Hogan Lovells to close Mongolia office as managing partner exits to launch local firm

Firm's office head to launch local firm that will co-operate with Hogan Lovells

Hogan Lovells is closing its Mongolian office, with local managing partner Chris Melville set to launch a local firm with other lawyers from the base.

The firm has announced that its office in Mongolian capital Ulaanbaatar will close by the end of November following a strategic review. Melville is due to set up a new independent law firm that will cooperate with Hogan Lovells.

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