Marie-Aimée de Dampierre
and Phoebe Wilkinson
have been elected for two of the “At Large” seats and Andrew McGinty
has been elected as the representative for the Asia Pacific Middle East area. Miguel Zaldivar
has been re-elected as the representative for a second term to the non-DC Area U.S. seat. All begin or continue their roles with immediate effect.
The Hogan Lovells Board comprises 12 members in total and has supervisory responsibility for overseeing the affairs of the firm, but without executive responsibility for strategy, management, and operating decisions. It provides input to the CEO and Hogan Lovells’ International Management Committee. Members of the Board make up the Compensation Committee and are part of the Advancement Committee which they chair. Membership of the Board is designed to reflect the broad scope of the business, with members representing a combination of geographic and other backgrounds.
Biographical details on the new Board members:
Marie-Aimée de Dampierre
is the Managing Partner of the firm’s Paris office and head of its Intellectual Property, Media & Technology practice, focuses her practice on local and international disputes in trade mark law, copyright law, design law, and unfair competition. She advises clients within the frame of local and international disputes in the field of trademark and author right related matters.
Andrew McGinty is a partner in the firm’s Shanghai office and head of the corporate practice in Asia. He has broad experience advising on PRC-related corporate and commercial matters, private and public mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and other foreign investment projects. His practice is broad-based, but with areas of particular focus in the financial services, competition, real estate, and TMT.
is a partner in the firm’s New York office and heads its Litigation, Arbitration and Employment group. Phoebe has more than 20 years of experience appearing in courts throughout the United States and before international arbitration tribunals around the world. She focuses on product-related matters, advising and representing global product manufacturers at trial and on the array of legal issues they face.
The Board will now comprise:
|Chair (and "At Large"):
|Asia Pacific Middle East:
||Leopold von Gerlach
|Washington, D.C. area:
|U.S. (except D.C.):
|45 and under:
|"At Large" representatives:
||Marie-Aimée de Dampierre, Craig Hoover, Phoebe Wilkinson
"I am delighted to welcome Marie-Aimée, Andrew and Phoebe to the Board and look forward to continuing to work with Miguel,” said Hogan Lovells Chair Nicholas Cheffings. “The Board plays an important role in the governance of Hogan Lovells, in its relationship with our management team, and in listening to, and representing, the views of partners. The high level of participation in this election process is testament to that.”
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