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Hogan Lovells International LLP

VIA MARCHE 1-3, 00187 ROME, ITALY
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Leah Dunlop

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Hogan Lovells US LLP

Work Department

Corporate/M&A

Position

With over 30 years' experience, first in London and then in Italy, Leah Dunlop is one of the very few bi-lingual, dual-qualified M&A lawyers operating in Italy. She is head of our Italian M&A practice and leads cross-border teams supporting clients in M&A, strategic alliances, reorganisations and first-mover projects, with a consolidated track record in sectors such as Automotive, Energy and Natural Resources, TMT, Consumer and Financial Institutions.

Career

Law Society Final, The College of Law, Chester LL.B (Hons); University of Southampton

Languages

English, Italian

Member

Italian Bar; The Law Society


Italy

Commercial, corporate and M&A

Within: Commercial, corporate and M&A

Hogan Lovells Studio Legale combines specialist teams in TMT, IP, finance, employment, public law, antitrust and tax with the firm’s M&A expertise, which is often retained by clients in the energy, life sciences and consumer goods sectors. Italian M&A head Leah Dunlop and the ‘very accurateFrancesco Stella, together with a multi-jurisdictional, cross-practice team, advised Dana Incorporated on its acquisition of 80% of the global power-transmission and fluid-power businesses of Brevini Group, with an option to purchase the remaining 20%. Marco Rota Candiani is ‘clear, pragmatic and calm’ and Luca Picone and Antonio Di Pasquale are also highly regarded.

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Private equity

Within: Private equity

Hogan Lovells Studio Legale’s ‘advice is always appropriate’. Francesco Stella assisted ORCA Developpement, majority owned by private equity fund IDI, with its acquisition of Fait Plast. Leah Dunlop and Luca Picone are the key advisers.

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