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Hogan Lovells Announces 24 Promoted to Partnership and 46 to Counsel, Of Counsel and Consultant

03 January 2013

Hogan Lovells has announced the promotion of 24 new partners, effective 1 January 2013, taking the number of partners to more than 800 in offices across Asia, Europe, the Middle East and the U.S. 

Collectively, the group of new partners represents each Hogan Lovells practice group:

·                      Eight in Corporate including Corporate Commercial,  Financial Institutions, Pensions and Tax

·                      Five in Government Regulatory including ACER, Environment , Health and International Trade & Investment

·                      Six in Litigation, Arbitration & Employment including Commercial Litigation, Financial Services Disputes, International Arbitration, and Investigations, Contentious Insolvency & Fraud

·                      Three in Finance including Banking and Infrastructure, Projects & Public Finance

·                      Two in Intellectual Property

The jurisdictional spread reflects the broad international nature of Hogan Lovells' practice:

·                      13 in Europe: Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Hamburg, London, Madrid, Milan, Munich and Paris

·                      7 in the United States: Denver, New York and Washington D.C.,

·                      Four in Asia & the Middle East: Beijing, Dubai, Hong Kong and Singapore

In addition to the 24 new partners, 46 new appointments to the role of Counsel, Of Counsel or Consultant have also been made.

Speaking today, Co-CEOs of Hogan Lovells, Warren Gorrell and David Harris, said:

"These latest promotions are testament to Hogan Lovells’ commitment to recruiting and retaining the best talent in the legal sector and our on-going investment in the business.  In addition to acknowledging the hard work of each individual, the promotions demonstrate the depth and quality of Hogan Lovells around the world.  On behalf of everyone at Hogan Lovells we would like to send our congratulations and best wishes to all those who have been promoted.”

New Partners

  • Jennifer Biever: Government Regulatory (Environment) - Denver
  • Edward Brown: Corporate (Pensions) - London
  • Anthony Capobianco: Government Regulatory (International Trade & Investment) - Washington D.C.
  • Jonathan Chertkow: Corporate (Financial Institutions) -  London
  • Manon Cordewener: Corporate (Commercial Litigation) - Amsterdam
  • Ingmar Dörr: Corporate (Tax) - Munich
  • Tanja Eisenblätter: Litigation, Arbitration & Employment (Litigation) - Hamburg
  • Adrian Emch: Government Regulatory (Antitrust, Competition and Economic Regulation) - Beijing
  • Tobias Faber: Finance (Infrastructure, Project & Public Finance) - Frankfurt
  • Lisa Fried: Litigation, Arbitration & Employment (Commercial Litigation) - New York
  • Casto González-Páramo: Government Regulatory (Antitrust, Competition and Economic Regulation) - Madrid
  • Sébastien Gros: Corporate (Financial Institutions) - Paris
  • Elizabeth Halpern: Government Regulatory (Health) - Washington D.C.
  • Allen Hicks: Corporate (Corporate/transactional) - Washington D.C.
  • Carlo Massini: Finance (Banking) - Milan
  • Patrick Mittmann: Finance (Banking) - Frankfurt
  • Mahvesh Qureshi: Corporate (Corporate/transactional) - Washington D.C.
  • Alex Sciannaca: Litigation. Arbitration & Employment (Financial Services Litigation) - London
  • Gary Serbin: Intellectual Property, Media and Technology (Patent Litigation) - New York
  • Thomas Tarala: Corporate (Corporate/transactional) - Hong Kong
  • Paul Teo: Litigation, Arbitration & Employment (International Arbitration) - Singapore
  • Warren Thomson: Corporate (Corporate Commercial) - Dubai
  • John Tillman: Litigation, Arbitration & Employment (Litigation, Contentious Insolvency & Fraud) - London
  • Sarah Turner: Intellectual Property, Media and Technology (Trade Secrets and Patents) - London

New Counsel, Of Counsel and Consultants

  • Natasha Ayres: Finance (Business Restructuring and Insolvency) - London (Of Counsel)
  • C. Alex Bahn: Corporate (Corporate/transactional) - Washington D.C.  (Counsel)
  • Shalini Bhuchar: Finance (Banking) - London (Of Counsel)
  • Helen Bignall: Government Regulatory (Antitrust, Competition and Economic Regulation) - London (Of Counsel)
  • Sabine Boos: Intellectual Property, Media and Technology - Dusseldorf (Counsel)
  • Christine Burke: Litigation, Arbitration & Employment (Employment) - Northern Virginia (Counsel)
  • Laurence Davidson: Corporate (Corporate/transactional) - Hong Kong (Consultant)
  • Christian Di Mauro: Litigation, Arbitration & Employment (Litigation) - Milan (Of Counsel)
  • Paul Dillbeck: Finance (Infrastructure, Projects & Public Finance) - Baltimore (Counsel)
  • Robert Efthimos: Corporate (Corporate/transactional) - Los Angeles (Counsel)
  • Jan Eggers: Government Regulatory (Antitrust, Competition and Economic Regulation) - Hamburg (Counsel)
  • Vincent Fidelle: Finance (International Debt Capital Markets) - Paris (Counsel)
  • Jerome Finnis: Litigation, Arbitration & Employment (International Arbitration) - London (Of Counsel)
  • "Sherry" Yingzi Gong: Corporate (Corporate/transactional) - Beijing (Counsel)
  • Tomasz Grygorczuk: Corporate (Corporate/transactional) - Warsaw (Counsel)
  • Miriam Gundt:  Intellectual Property, Media and Technology - Dusseldorf (Counsel)
  • Christopher Healy: Finance (Infrastructure, Projects & Public Finance) - London (Of Counsel)
  • Hilary Holt LoCicero: Litigation, Arbitration & Employment (Investigations, White Collar and Fraud) - Washington D.C.  (Counsel)
  • Rebecca Huntsman: Litigation, Arbitration & Employment (Financial Services Litigation) - London (Of Counsel)
  • Tim Joppich: Litigation, Arbitration & Employment (Employment) - Dusseldorf (Counsel)
  • Bruno Knadjian: Corporate (Tax) - Paris (Counsel)
  • Richard Lewis: Litigation, Arbitration & Employment (Litigation, Contentious Insolvency & Fraud) - London (Of Counsel)
  • Perrine Limousin: Finance (Infrastructure, Project & Public Finance) - Paris (Counsel)
  • Ling Lui: Finance (Banking) - Singapore (Counsel)
  • Geraldine Marteau: Litigation, Arbitration & Employment (Litigation) - Paris (Counsel)
  • Katie McConnell:  Intellectual Property, Media and Technology - London (Of Counsel)
  • Derek Meilman: Corporate (Corporate/transactional) - New York (Counsel)
  • Bernardino Muniz: Litigation, Arbitration & Employment (Litigation) - Madrid (Counsel)
  • Nancy Parsons: Government Regulatory (FDA/Pharmaceuticals) - Washington D.C.  (Counsel)
  • Marieke Poulie: IPMT, (IPMT International Practice) - Amsterdam (Counsel)
  • Edward "Ned" Purdon: Finance (Banking) - Washington D.C.  (Counsel)
  • Evans Rice: Litigation, Arbitration & Employment (Investigations, White Collar and Fraud) -  Washington D.C. (Counsel)
  • Nicholas Roberts: Corporate (Real Estate) - London (Of Counsel)
  • James Robinson: Finance (Business Restructuring and Insolvency) - London (Of Counsel)
  • Nicola Rondel: Corporate (Pensions) - London (Of Counsel)
  • Stanislas Roux-Vaillard: Intellectual Property, Media and Technology - Paris (Counsel)
  • Christian Schaefer: Corporate (Corporate/transactional) - Ho Chi Minh (Consultant)
  • Peter Stokking: Corporate (Corporate/transactional) - Amsterdam (Counsel)
  • Arne Thiermann: Corporate (Corporate Commercial) - Munich (Counsel)
  • Matt Thomson: Corporate (Corporate/transactional) - Washington D.C. (Counsel)
  • David Toy: Intellectual Property, Media and Technology - Denver (Counsel)
  • Andrea Trento: Litigation, Arbitration & Employment (Litigation) - Baltimore (Counsel)
  • Christian Ulrich: Corporate (Corporate/transactional) - Washington D.C. (Counsel)
  • Hein van den Bos: Government Regulatory (FDA/Pharmaceuticals) - Amsterdam (Counsel)
  • Lucky Vidmar: Intellectual Property, Media and Technology - Denver (Counsel)
  • Thomas Weber: Corporate (Corporate/transactional) - Munich (Counsel)

Ends

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