Location

Denver

Fortune 500 businesses, venture-backed start-ups, and emerging technology companies all rely on Hogan Lovells in Denver to handle their complex business transactions. As one of the largest legal practices in the Rocky Mountain region, we provide clients access to a strong combination of local, national, and global knowledge.

Denver

Hogan Lovells US LLP
1601 Wewatta St.
Suite 900
Denver, CO 80202
United States

Phone +1 303 899 7300

Fax +1 303 899 7333


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Fortune 500 businesses, venture-backed start-ups, and emerging technology companies all rely on Hogan Lovells in Denver to handle their complex business transactions. As one of the largest legal practices in the Rocky Mountain region, we provide clients access to a strong combination of local, national, and global knowledge.

We are at the forefront of events shaping the region. We work at the intersection of law and public policy. We help clients develop innovative public finance strategies to complete large-scale projects such as international airports, major sports arenas, educational facilities, and highway systems. We advise energy and power companies, utilities, independent power producers, coal producers, renewable energy developers, and capital providers on all aspects of project development on private and public land.

Chambers USA consistently ranks Hogan Lovells among the top Colorado law firms for corporate/M&A, environmental and natural resources, intellectual property, labor and employment, and litigation.

Press Releases

Hogan Lovells is advising Mikhail Prokhorov in sale of full ownership of Barclays Center and controlling interest in the Brooklyn Nets to Joe Tsai

Denver, 16 August 2019 – International Law firm Hogan Lovells is representing Mikhail Prokhorov in an agreement to sell full ownership of Barclays Center and his 51% controlling...

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Published Works

Investors who want to buy sports teams look to Europe, not the U.S. MarketWatch

In an opinion piece for MarketWatch, Hogan Lovells partner Matthew Eisler writes that investors wanting to buy sports teams look to Europe, not the United States.

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Hogan Lovells Publications

Getting The Deal Through: M&A Litigation 2019 - United States Law Business Research

A joint Hogan Lovells & GTDT publication on M&A Litigation in the U.S.

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Hogan Lovells Publications

TMT Horizons 2019

The dynamism of the Technology, Media and Telecoms sector is set to continue.

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Hogan Lovells Publications

DOJ issues new guidance regarding cooperation in False Claims Act investigations

Continuing its recent trend of revising and issuing new white collar enforcement guidance, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) on Tuesday announced a new policy[1] governing when...

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