Hogan & Hartson
Hogan & Hartson, founded in 1904, is a lobbying firm that bills itself as the "oldest and largest major law firm based in Washington, D.C." Today it has over 1,000 lawyers serving clients in a practice that cuts across virtually all legal disciplines. Hogan & Hartson has a long tradition of representing companies and governments located throughout the Pacific Rim, as well as U.S., European, Asian and Latin American interests doing business in Asia and Latin America.
"In addition to the firm's nine U.S. offices, the firm has European offices in Berlin, Brussels, London, Moscow, Munich, Paris, Warsaw, and Asian offices in Tokyo Beijing, and Shanghai. These offices have substantial experience in representing clients in business, finance, litigation, intellectual property, and regulatory matters throughout Europe and Asia." 
In 2005, Hogan & Hartson made $15,980,000 total in lobbying income.
Areas of Litigation
- Antitrust, Competition and Consumer Protection
- Corporate, Finance & Tax
- Directors Advisory Services
- Emerging Business
- Employee Benefits
- Energy Regulatory
- Entertainment Law
- Food, Drug, Medical Device & Agriculture
- Government Contracts
- Intellectual Property
- International Trade
- Internet and E-Commerce
- Israel Practice
- Labor and Employment
- Life Sciences
- Litigation 5% of Practice Devoted to Litigation
Related SourceWatch Resources
555 13th St. NW
Washington, DC 20004-1109
Also see Hogan & Hartson office location information at Prac.org.
Articles and resources
Related SourceWatch articles
- Hogan & Hartson, Vault.com, accessed July 20, 2005.
- Defying the Odds. Many D.C. 20 firms saw generous increases in revenue, despite the downturn. Ranked by Gross Revenue, Hogan & Hartson ranked second 2000 and 2001. Law.com website, accessed July 20, 2005.
- Litigation Record: Hogan & Hartson (powered by Westlaw); accessed July 20, 2005.
Articles & Commentary
- Jeff Clabaugh, "FDA food safety chief heads for Hogan & Hartson," Washington Business Journal, December 1, 2003: "Joseph A. Levitt, the current director of the FDA's Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN), will join the firm after the first of the year."