Hogan Lovells welcomes the New Year with 28 new partner and 59 new counsel promotions – Earn Charter

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| 04
January
2024

LONDON and WASHINGTON, D.C., 4 January 2024 – Global law firm Hogan Lovells announced the promotion of 28 lawyers to partner effective 1 January. The newly promoted partners work in 16 of the firm’s 45 offices across all of the firm’s regions, which span the Americas, Asia-Pacific, and Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.  

Speaking on the promotions, Hogan Lovells’ CEO Miguel Zaldivar said: “I am so pleased to welcome this tremendous group of talented lawyers to our partnership. Clients turn to us for their most complex, high-stakes work across our practices and sectors, and ensuring that we are promoting the next generation of talent is crucial to maintaining the exceptional legal services for which we are recognized around the world. Our newly promoted lawyers reflect our ambitious and supportive culture, and I am delighted to congratulate and thank them for their contributions and commitment to our continued success.

It’s particularly encouraging to see that in the UK and U.S. more than a third of this year’s group of new partners and 20% of the newly promoted counsel identify as racially or ethnically diverse. Globally, women comprise 43% of our new partner group. This is in addition to an encouraging pipeline of talent underlining our continued commitment to the recruitment, retention, and advancement of diverse talent.”

Each of Hogan Lovells’ practice groups is represented in the 2024 partner promotions:

  • Eight in Corporate & Finance (including in Banking and Loan Finance, Infrastructure, Energy, Resources and Projects, Mergers and Acquisitions, and Private Equity).
  • 12 in Global Regulatory & IPMT (including in Antitrust, Competition and Economic Regulation, Financial Services, Government Contracts, Health, International Trade and Investment, Intellectual Property, Media and Technology, Privacy and Cybersecurity, Pharmaceuticals and Biotechnology, and Strategic Operations, Agreements and Regulation).
  • Eight in Litigation, Arbitration and Employment (including in Employment, International Arbitration, Investigations, White Collar and Fraud, and Litigation).

The additions to the partnership are a reflection of the firm’s global legal practice. The new partners include:

  • 16 in the Americas, spread across our Boston, Los Angeles, Mexico City, New York, Northern Virginia, Philadelphia, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. offices.
  • Nine in Europe, the Middle East & Africa, spread across our Berlin, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, London, Munich, and Rome offices. 
  • Three in Asia-Pacific, in Hong Kong and Singapore.
  • 35% racially/ ethnically diverse*

Our new partners are:

  • James T. Adams – Corporate & Finance (Banking and Loan Finance) – Washington, D.C. – Private Capital
  • Jasmeet K. Ahuja – Litigation, Arbitration and Employment (Litigation) – Philadelphia – Technology and Telecoms
  • Steve Argeris – Corporate & Finance (Mergers and Acquisitions) – New York, Washington, D.C. – Sports, Media and Entertainment 
  • Alberto Bellan – Global Regulatory & IPMT (Strategic Operations, Agreements and Regulation) – Rome – Technology and Telecoms
  • Maximilian Broermann – Corporate & Finance (Infrastructure, Energy, Resources and Projects) – Frankfurt – Energy and Natural Resources 
  • Janice Cheng – Litigation, Arbitration and Employment (International Arbitration) – Hong Kong – Manufacturing and Industrials
  • Adam Cooke – Litigation, Arbitration and Employment (Litigation) – Washington, D.C. – Life Sciences and Health Care  
  • Louise Crawford – Global Regulatory & IPMT (Strategic Operations, Agreements and Regulation) – London – Financial Institutions
  • Michelle Roberts Gonzales – Litigation, Arbitration and Employment (Employment) – Los Angeles – Life Sciences and Health Care, Sports, Media and Entertainment
  • Simon Grimshaw – Corporate & Finance (Private Equity) – London – Technology and Telecoms
  • Stacy M. Hadeka – Global Regulatory & IPMT (Government Contracts) – Washington, D.C. – Aerospace and Defense
  • James A. Huang – Global Regulatory & IPMT (Health) – Washington, D.C. – Life Sciences and Health Care
  • Scott Hughes – Global Regulatory & IPMT (Intellectual Property, Media and Technology) – Washington, D.C. – Automotive and Mobility 
  • Moritz Langemann – Litigation, Arbitration and Employment (Employment) – Munich – Life Sciences and Health Care
  • David Michaeli – Litigation, Arbitration and Employment (Litigation) – New York – Aerospace and Defense
  • Zohar Nevo – Corporate & Finance (Mergers and Acquisitions) – Boston – Technology and Telecoms
  • Alan Ramirez Casazza – Global Regulatory & IPMT (Antitrust, Competition and Economic Regulation) – Mexico City – Automotive and Mobility, Consumer
  • Lukas Ritzenhoff – Litigation, Arbitration and Employment (Investigations, White Collar and Fraud) – Berlin – Automotive and Mobility, Technology and Telecoms
  • Jo-Ann Sagar – Litigation, Arbitration and Employment (Litigation) – Washington, D.C.
  • Nathan Salminen – Global Regulatory & IPMT (Privacy and Cybersecurity) – Washington, D.C. – Technology and Telecoms
  • Michael W. Snow – Corporate & Finance (Mergers and Acquisitions) – Washington, D.C. – Life Sciences and Health Care
  • Cecilia Stahlhut – Global Regulatory & IPMT (Pharmaceuticals and Biotechnology) – Mexico City – Consumer, Life Sciences and Health Care
  • Sylvia M. Taslim – Corporate & Finance (Mergers and Acquisitions) – Singapore – Private Capital
  • Helen Y. Trac – Global Regulatory & IPMT (Intellectual Property, Media and Technology) – San Francisco – Technology and Telecoms
  • Caitlin Weeks – Corporate & Finance (Mergers and Acquisitions) – London – Consumer, Technology and Telecoms
  • Elena Wiese – Global Regulatory & IPMT (Antitrust, Competition and Economic Regulation) – Dusseldorf – Automotive and Mobility 
  • Sarah Wrage – Global Regulatory & IPMT (Financial Services) – Frankfurt – Financial Institutions 

Also promoted is Foreign Legal Consultant Ben Kostrzewa – Global Regulatory & IPMT (International Trade and Investment) – Hong Kong – Technology and Telecoms.

In addition, 59 of our lawyers have been promoted to counsel.

Our new counsel are:

  • Erkang Ai – Global Regulatory & IPMT (Medical Device and Technology) – Philadelphia – Life Sciences and Health Care
  • Telha Arshad – Global Regulatory & IPMT (Antitrust, Competition and Economic Regulation) – London – Technology and Telecoms
  • Francesco Banterle – Global Regulatory & IPMT (Intellectual Property, Media and Technology) – Milan – Technology and Telecoms
  • Katharina Bickel – Global Regulatory & IPMT – (Intellectual Property, Media and Technology) – Munich – Technology and Telecoms
  • Aldo Boni De Nobili – Corporate & Finance (Mergers and Acquisitions) – Beijing – Consumer, Energy and Natural Resources
  • Alessandro Borrello – Litigation, Arbitration and Employment (Litigation) – Milan – Automotive and Mobility, Life Sciences and Health Care
  • Tony Brown – Global Regulatory & IPMT (Intellectual Property, Media and Technology) – Northern Virginia – Automotive and Mobility
  • Lacy G. Brown – Litigation, Arbitration and Employment (Litigation) – Houston – Energy and Natural Resources
  • John W. Castle – Global Regulatory & IPMT (Communications, Internet and Media) – Washington, D.C. – Technology and Telecoms
  • Matt Clark – Global Regulatory & IPMT (Transportation) – Washington, D.C. – Transportation and Logistics
  • Sean P. Collins – Corporate & Finance (Mergers and Acquisitions) – Washington, D.C. – Automotive and Mobility
  • Maria Cristina Conte – Corporate & Finance (Tax, Pensions and Benefits) – Rome – Financial Institutions, Insurance
  • Drew Cook – Corporate & Finance (Mergers and Acquisitions) – Washington, D.C. – Life Sciences and Health Care
  • Chantal van Dam – Global Regulatory & IPMT (Privacy and Cybersecurity) – Amsterdam – Life Sciences and Health Care
  • Ailsa Davies – Corporate & Finance (Capital Markets) – Paris – Financial Institutions
  • Juliana De Valdenebro Garrido – Litigation, Arbitration and Employment (International Arbitration) – Miami – Energy and Natural Resources, Manufacturing and Industrials
  • Val Delp – Corporate & Finance (Capital Markets) – Philadelphia – Life Sciences and Health Care
  • Matthijs Dols – Corporate & Finance (Tax, Pensions and Benefits) – Amsterdam – Private Capital
  • Zoe Dong – Litigation, Arbitration and Employment (International Arbitration) – Hong Kong – Private Capital
  • William Robinson (né Foubister) – Litigation, Arbitration and Employment (Litigation) – London – Financial Institutions
  • Weston J. Gaines – Corporate & Finance (Capital Markets) – Washington, D.C. 
  • Alexandre G. Giacobbi – Corporate & Finance (Mergers and Acquisitions) – Paris – Private Capital
  • Jessica Hanna – Global Regulatory & IPMT (Health) – Washington, D.C. – Life Sciences and Health Care
  • Michael Jahn – Litigation, Arbitration and Employment (Investigations, White Collar and Fraud) – Munich – Automotive and Mobility
  • Karen Jelsma – Litigation, Arbitration and Employment (Litigation) – Amsterdam – Life Sciences and Health Care
  • Ahmet Kalafat – Corporate & Finance (Banking and Loan Finance) – Dubai – Financial Institutions
  • Martin Adrian Koch – Global Regulatory & IPMT (Intellectual Property, Media and Technology) – Dusseldorf – Life Sciences and Health Care
  • Benedikt Lüthge – Global Regulatory & IPMT (Intellectual Property, Media and Technology) – Hamburg – Technology and Telecoms
  • Samantha D. Marshall – Global Regulatory & IPMT (Health) – Washington, D.C. – Life Sciences and Health Care
  • W. David Maxwell – Litigation, Arbitration and Employment (Litigation) – Washington, D.C. – Life Sciences and Health Care
  • Stefan Mayr – Litigation, Arbitration and Employment (Litigation) – Munich – Life Sciences and Health Care
  • Carlos Meijide – Corporate & Finance (Banking and Loan Finance) – Madrid – Financial Institutions
  • Margarita Morales – Litigation, Arbitration and Employment (Litigation) – Madrid – Insurance, Life Sciences and Health Care
  • Elizabeth A. Och – Litigation, Arbitration and Employment (Litigation) – Denver – Energy and Natural Resources
  • Catalina Santos Parkinson – Corporate & Finance (Capital Markets) – Washington D.C. – Real Estate
  • Roshni Patel – Global Regulatory & IPMT (Privacy and Cybersecurity) – Los Angeles – Financial Institutions
  • Charlotte Reimers – Global Regulatory & IPMT (Intellectual Property, Media and Technology) – Hamburg – Consumer
  • Christine Reynolds – Global Regulatory & IPMT (Government Contracts) – Washington D.C. – Aerospace and Defense
  • Ashley E. Roberts – Global Regulatory & IPMT (International Trade and Investment) – Washington D.C. – Life Sciences and Health Care
  • Markley Schlegel – Corporate & Finance (Infrastructure, Energy, Resources and Projects) – Washington, D.C. – Energy and Natural Resources 
  • Phillipp Schmidt – Litigation, Arbitration and Employment (Litigation) – Hamburg – Consumer
  • Susanne Schuster – Global Regulatory & IPMT (Strategic Operations, Agreements and Regulation) – Munich – Automotive and Mobility
  • Julie Schwartz – Global Regulatory & IPMT (Strategic Operations, Agreements and Regulation) – Paris – Life Sciences and Health Care
  • Max Scott – Global Regulatory & IPMT (Intellectual Property, Media and Technology) – San Francisco – Technology and Telecoms
  • Emily Sharkey – Global Regulatory & IPMT (Intellectual Property, Media and Technology) – London – Consumer
  • Anvita Sharma – Litigation, Arbitration and Employment (Employment) – London – Financial Institutions, Life Sciences and Health Care
  • Beth Sheehan – Corporate & Finance (Pensions) – London
  • Brooke Shekhar – Corporate & Finance (Banking and Loan Finance) – Washington, D.C. – Real Estate
  • Dominik Steghöfer – Litigation, Arbitration and Employment (Litigation) – Berlin – Automotive and Mobility
  • Stephen Timbrell – Global Regulatory & IPMT (Financial Services) – London – Financial Institutions
  • Lewis Turner – Corporate & Finance (Real Estate) – Denver – Real Estate
  • Sophie Ulrich – Corporate & Finance (Mergers and Acquisitions) – Dusseldorf – Life Sciences and Health Care
  • Bastiaan van Rath – Corporate & Finance (Mergers and Acquisitions) – Amsterdam – Financial Institutions, Private Capital
  • Khushaal (Kush) V. Ved – Litigation, Arbitration and Employment (Investigations, White Collar and Fraud) – Singapore – Life Sciences and Health Care
  • Mark Vincent – Corporate & Finance (Private Equity) – Singapore – Consumer
  • Hank Watsky – Global Regulatory & IPMT (Intellectual Property, Media and Technology) – Northern Virginia – Life Sciences and Health Care
  • Amy Williamson – Corporate & Finance (Private Equity) – London – Private Capital
  • Antonia Wolf – Corporate & Finance (Banking and Loan Finance) – Frankfurt – Financial Institutions 
  • Roman Würtenberger – Global Regulatory & IPMT (Intellectual Property, Media and Technology) – Dusseldorf – Life Sciences and Health Care 

* UK and U.S. only owing to legal restrictions.

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