Practice

Commercial Litigation

Whether you are using the courts to achieve your business goals, or defending a significant damage claim, our team has the experience you need. We successfully defend, as well as litigate or mediate claims.

Representative experience

Acted for a global chemical company in several contractual disputes concerning long-term supply relationships in countries such as the U.S., Germany, and China.

Represented a leading European household appliances manufacturer in connection with disputes arising from the termination of distribution contracts and with product liability claims.

Won class action trial in 13-year-old lawsuit filed by former employees and retirees of Connecticut who claimed entitlement to proceeds from Anthem's US$2bn demutualization and IPO.

Our team defended British American Tobacco against claims by smokers, governments, and health authorities in Africa, Australia, Europe, and the U.S.

Awards and Rankings

Hogan Lovells Paris has improved its rankings in five categories in The Legal 500 EMEA France 2019

Hogan Lovells is delighted to announce the progress by its teams in five categories of The Legal 500 EMEA France.

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Hogan Lovells Publications

Hong Kong and Australia agree investor-state dispute resolution in new FTA Government Contracts Alert

Hong Kong and Australia have signed a wide-ranging free trade agreement in a variety of areas, including trade in goods and services, government procurement, construction, communications,...

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Hogan Lovells Publications

Implementing an effective dispute resolution strategy which promotes the use of ADR

Disputes arise for all organizations. Dealing with a dispute constructively can enable the organization to achieve its ultimate objectives, save on resources, avoid financial exposure, and...

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Webinar

Risks and opportunities of the new 'discovery tools'

Competition Litigation Webinar

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Webinar

Cartel damages claims in a nutshell: Enforcement and Defense

Competition Litigation Webinar

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