Hogan Lovells Partners are Recognized by Global Competition Review’s Esteemed 2021 Women in Antitrust Global Survey

Hogan Lovells Partners are Recognized by Global Competition Review’s Esteemed 2021 Women in Antitrust Global Survey

Awards & rankings | 11 October 2021

Hogan Lovells is pleased to announce that Antitrust and Competition partners Sabrina Borocci and Edith Ramirez were selected by the Global Competition Review (GCR) to be part of their esteemed Women in Antitrust 2021 issue.

Women in Antitrust is a special GCR publication honoring the women who have made the greatest impact on the global antitrust bar. The list highlights “more than 130 female private practitioners, enforcers, in-house counsel, economists, and academics who deserve recognition for their standout careers.” Both Sabrina and Edith are consecutive winners.

Sabrina Borocci commands attention as the head of the Hogan Lovells Italian antitrust practice. Her experience encompasses a broad range of antitrust work including antitrust public enforcement litigation, mainly on cartels and abuse of dominance cases, merger investigations, state aid, unfair commercial practices cases, antitrust compliance, and counselling work. Sabrina Borocci is a tremendous asset not only to the Hogan Lovells global antitrust team and her wide range of clients, which include some of the top global corporations in the world, but she also brings her antitrust experience to the role of Non-Governmental Advisor of the Italian Competition Authority in the International Competition Network and in the European Competition Network.

Edith Ramirez has earned a reputation as a thoughtful leader in the fields of antitrust and privacy law and brings more than 25 years of experience in government and the private sector. Edith joined the FTC as a Commissioner in 2010 and served as FTC Chairwoman from 2013 to early 2017. During her tenure, she focused on promoting competition – particularly in the technology and life sciences sectors – safeguarding consumer privacy and data security, and protecting vulnerable communities from deceptive and unfair practices. Due to her in-depth knowledge of competition law and policy and understanding of government agencies gained from her time at the FTC, Edith brings a wealth of experience and critical insight to client engagements at Hogan Lovells.

The full list of honorees can be found here.