Four Hogan Lovells lawyers selected among Law360's Rising Stars

Washington D.C., 30 July, 2020 – Law360 has included four Hogan Lovells lawyers among its annual list of the most successful and influential lawyers around the world aged 40 and under. The publication selects its “Rising Stars” based on their legal achievements in the previous 12 months, both for clients and pro bono, and on important work done in previous years.

This year, Law360 selected Washington, D.C.-based partners Justin Bernick (Antitrust) and Allison Holt Ryan (Privacy and Cybersecurity), Denver-based counsel Scott Campbell (Real Estate), and Washington, D.C.-based senior associate Hannah Graae (Transportation). All four were nominated after a string of outstanding results for clients since September 2019. 

Bernick won praise for his lead role on a Hogan Lovells team defending Blue Cross Blue Shield in massive antitrust litigation brought by health insurance buyers and medical providers accusing BCBS of allocating markets. Bernick’s full profile at law360 can be found here. Among her impressive results, Holt Ryan steered health insurer Anthem through the legal fallout from a massive data breach and is currently helping LabCorp fight multidistrict litigation over a cyberattack that hit one of its vendors. Her full Law360 profile can be found here.

Campbell, the only Hogan Lovells nominee from outside the firm’s Washington, D.C. office, led a team that successfully completed the transfer of ownership rights to the Brooklyn Nets’ Barclays Center, part of a larger deal that saw the NBA franchise change ownership in the biggest sports transaction of 2019. Campbell’s full Law360 profile can be found here. Finally, Graae was selected primarily for her leadership of a team of associates advising Ford on the development and implementation of autonomous vehicle delivery and robot taxi services, including prioritization of favorable jurisdictions. Graae’s full Law360 profile can be found here.

A full list of all Law360 Rising Stars winners can be found here.


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