The king has met Friday at the Palacio de la Zarzuela with the president of the international law firm Hogan Lovells, Stephen J. Immelt, who is in Madrid to attend the events for the 15th anniversary of the presence in Spain of these legal services.
Felipe VI has received Immelt in the Courtroom of the Palace and exchanged a few words in English while posing for the graphic informants before moving to the office of the monarch in order to keep their meeting.
The president and CEO of Hogan Lovells has been accompanied by the managing partner of his office in Madrid, Lucas Osorio.
Hogan Lovells became one of the top ten legal services providers in the world when, on May 1, 2010, two international credentialed firms, Hogan & Hartson, based in the United States, and the European firm Lovells joined.
Steve Immelt, executive director of the company and in charge of defining its strategy, has introduced a global initiative known as "Project Redefine".
Its objective is to improve the way in which tasks are carried out for the benefit of clients in a market that changes and evolves rapidly.
Prior to assuming his current position in 2014, Immelt was Global Co-Director of Litigation and Arbitration and a member of the International Management Committee.
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