Hogan Lovells Paris has improved its rankings in five categories in The Legal 500 EMEA France 2019
Hogan Lovells is delighted to announce the progress by its teams in five categories of The Legal 500 EMEA France.
The office has improved its performance in the following categories: Administrative & public law, Employment, Insolvency, Industry focus: IT, telecoms and the internet, Industry focus: Energy and has entered into three new rankings: Capital Markets: Equity, Environment and Industry Focus: Luxury Goods. Our teams have maintained their Tier 1 position in the following categories: Derivatives and structured finance, Industry Focus: Healthcare and life sciences, Intellectual Property: trademarks, designs.
These standings affirm the strengthened position of Hogan Lovells in the French market, notably through its approach by industry sectors. While our Life Sciences team has maintained its position as Tier 1, our Technology, Media and Telecommunications (Tier 1) and Energy (Tier 2) teams have risen by one ranking.
From an individual perspective, this year our lawyers have performed strongly. Many of our partners have been identified as "Leading Individuals" including: Cécile Derycke (Product liability litigation, Industry focus: Healthcare and life sciences), Sharon Lewis (Derivatives and structured finance), Sébastien Gros (Insurance), David Taylor (Industry focus: IT, telecoms and the internet, Intellectual property: Trademarks and designs) et Jane Seager (Intellectual property: Trademarks and designs).
Alexander Premont (Aviation Finance, Shipping Finance), Katia Merlini (Derivatives and structured finance), Thomas Kendra (Dispute resolution: International arbitration), Eric Paroche (EU, competition and distribution), Romain de Ménonville (Insolvency), Julien Martinet (Banking litigation) et Stanislas Roux-Vaillard (Intellectual Property : Patents) are identified as "Next generation lawyers".
The full rankings in The Legal 500 EMEA 2019 are available here.