Hogan Lovells IP group named Global IP Firm of the Year from Managing IP

Hogan Lovells' IP group named Global IP Firm of the Year from Managing IP

Awards & rankings | 02 May 2024

Global law firm Hogan Lovells is pleased to announce it has won 11 awards at the Managing Intellectual Property awards, including being named “Global Firm of the Year” for 2024.

The Managing IP awards program is the most comprehensive and widely respected IP law firm awards event in the legal industry, covering several IP practice areas and more than 50 jurisdictions.

“We are immensely proud of our team’s hard work and the trust our clients place in us,” said Miriam Gundt, Global Managing Partner of Hogan Lovells’ Intellectual Property practice group. “This recognition reaffirms our position as leaders across IP counseling, transactions, and litigation. We are defining the path forward, together. We will continue to deliver exceptional results and cohesive solutions for our clients around the globe.”

The firm won awards in the following categories:

• Global Firm of the Year 2024

• Impact Deal of the Year – Automotive joint venture to create electric vehicle charging network

• Europe Patent Firm of the Year 2024

• European Cross-border Patent Litigation Team of the Year – Bristol-Myers Squibb (Apixaban)

• European Cross-border Patent Litigation Team of the Year – Merck Sharp & Dohme (Sitagliptin)

• Europe Impact Case of the Year – AIM Sport Vision v Supponor Oy & Others

• Germany Impact Case of the Year – IP Bridge v HTC

• UK Impact Case of the Year – Anan Kasei Co & Anor v Neo Chemicals & Oxides

• Netherlands Practitioner of the Year – Ruud van der Velden

• Netherlands Rising Star of the year – Dirk-Jan Ridderinkhof

• Managing IP Lifetime Achievement Award – Winfried Tilmann

Managing Intellectual Property bases its selections on information obtained by research analysts from thousands of firms, IP practitioners, and their clients through interviews, email, and online surveys. Before compiling the shortlists, researchers evaluated work data supplied by firms and reviewed publicly available information such as court and IP office records. They focused on work done or concluded in the previous year, particularly looking for case studies that were of great significance to clients and/or IP law and practice.

More information on the Managing IP Awards can be found here.