Tag:Hogan Lovells

Legal Lowdown: Holland & Hart Adds to Real Estate Practice

Holland & Hart on April 27 announced the addition of partner Melinda Pasquini to its real estate, finance and development practice in its Denver office

Senators Recommend Regina Rodriguez for U.S. District Court Judgeship

Last week, Colorado’s two U.S. senators submitted their recommendations for a federal judgeship, U.S. Attorney and U.S. Marshal’s offices

Hogan Lovells Represents Laird Superfood in Private Financing Round and IPO

 Attorneys from Hogan Lovells’ Denver office represented Laird Superfood in a duo of deals culminating in a Q3 IPO that netted the Oregon-based snack...

Barrister’s Best 2020

Supreme Court Justice Barrister’s Choice: Nathan Coats Chief Justice Nathan Coats has served on the Colorado Supreme Court for more than 20 years. The chief’s public...

Barrett’s Lone Second Amendment Case as a Roadmap to Her Jurisprudence

Judge Amy Coney Barrett has openly discussed her reverence for the judicial philosophies of Justice Antonin Scalia, whom she clerked for. And since President...

Big Deals Q2: 2020

ACQUISITION $743,900,000 Holland & Knight Client: Pacific Premier Bancorp, Inc. Team: Shawn Turner, partner; Jeffrey Haas, partner (Washington, D.C.); Mark Goldschmidt, partner; Sarah Seedig, partner; Pippa Balestrieri, associate...

Holland & Hart Names First Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer

Holland & Hart announced Wednesday that Phyllis Wan has joined the firm in Denver as chief diversity and inclusion officer. Wan previously served as...

‘Crash Course’ in M&A Discusses Deals, Details and Tech

What happens if you have a tech company in the middle market approach you for advice about selling their business, which was started in...

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