World Intellectual Property Review recognizes two Hogan Lovells lawyers in Diversity report
Dusseldorf, Beijing, 24 October 2023 – Hogan Lovells partner Miriam Gundt, Dusseldorf-based Global Managing Partner of our Intellectual Property, Media and Technology practice, and Beijing-based counsel Grace Guo, have both been recognized as Women of Influence in the WIPR Diversity 2023 report published by World Intellectual Property Review.
Gundt was ranked in the Influential Women in IP category, detailing “the best and brightest women in the field of IP in the world.” From 2018 to 2022 she served as the firm’s Diversity & Inclusion lead for Central Europe and remains a committed DEI Champion. Guo was ranked in the Trailblazer category, which celebrates those that have stood out due to their impressive practice in IP and their determination to promote diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) within the sector. As a member of our APAC DEI Committee and a regional certified inclusion ally, Guo is one of the APAC region’s key diversity and progress leaders.
The full list of lawyers recognized in this year’s list can be found here.