Hogan Lovells Announces New Staff

09 Jan, 2012

Hogan Lovells has announced the promotion of 35 new partners, effective 1 January 2012, and 46 new appointments to the role of counsel, of counsel or consultant.   As a result, Hogan Lovells now includes more than 800 partners in offices across Asia, Europe, the Middle East and the United States.


Collectively, the group of new partners represent each Hogan Lovells practice group:

•     10 in Litigation, Arbitration and Employment

•     Seven in Corporate including Transactional, Commercial, Financial Institutions and Private Equity

•     Six in Finance including Banking, International Debt Capital Markets and Business Restructuring and Insolvency

•     Six in Government Regulatory including Antitrust, Competition and Economic Regulation, Communications, Food, Drug, Medical Device and Agriculture, Government Contracts and Privacy and Information Management

•     Six in Intellectual Property

The jurisdictional spread reflects the broad international nature of Hogan Lovells’ practice:

•     18 in Europe: Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, London, Madrid, Munich and Paris

•     12 in the United States: Houston, New York, Northern Virginia, Philadelphia and Washington D.C.

•     Five in Asia: Hong Kong, Beijing and Shanghai

Speaking today, Co-CEOs of Hogan Lovells, Warren Gorrell and David Harris, said:


“In addition to acknowledging the hard work of each individual, these promotions are testament to the depth and quality of Hogan Lovells and they reflect our commitment to nurturing talent and investing in our people.  On behalf of everyone at Hogan Lovells we would like to send our congratulations and best wishes to all those who have been promoted.”

Full list of new partners

  • Tom Astle: Business Restructuring and Insolvency – London
  • Adam Bellack: Corporate Transactional – Washington, D.C.
  • Sabine Bironneau Loy: Banking – Paris
  • Wolf Bussian: Litigation – Frankfurt
  • Eugene Chen: Litigation – Shanghai
  • Angus Coulter: Antitrust, Competition and Economic Regulation – London
  • Michael DeLarco: Employment – New York
  • Peter Dennin: Litigation – New York
  • Thomas Dünchheim: Corporate Transactional – Dusseldorf
  • Zhen (Katie) Feng: Intellectual Property, Media and Technology – Shanghai (IP Agency)
  • Olaf Gärtner: Litigation – Munich
  • Baptiste Gelpi: Debt Capital Markets – Paris
  • Benjamin Holt: Antitrust, Competition and Economic Regulation – Washington, D.C.
  • Stéphane Huten: Private Equity – Paris
  • Sahira Khwaja: Intellectual Property, Media and Technology – London
  • Richard Kiddell: International Arbitration – London
  • Michael Larner: Intellectual Property, Media and Technology – Northern Virginia
  • David Leggott: Banking – London
  • Steven McEwan: Corporate, Financial Institutions – London
  • Michael McGill: Government Contracts – Washington, D.C.
  • Christopher Odell: Litigation – Houston
  • Yarmela Pavlovic: FDA/Medical Device – Philadelphia
  • Elaine Penrose: Litigation – London
  • Nils Rauer: Intellectual Property, Media and Technology – Frankfurt
  • Richard Reimer: Banking – Frankfurt
  • Mikael Salmela: Corporate, Commercial – Paris
  • Constanze Schulte: Intellectual Property, Media and Technology – Madrid
  • Randy Segal: Corporate Transactional – Northern Virginia/Washington, D.C.
  • Ivan Shiu: Litigation – London
  • Olesya Spandau: Corporate Transactional – Washington, D.C.
  • Timothy Tobin: Privacy and Information Management – Washington, D.C.
  • Allan Wardrop-Szilagyi: Banking – Hong Kong
  • Paul Werner: Government Regulatory, Communications – Washington, D.C.
  • Terence Wong: International Arbitration – Shanghai
  • Rae Yan: Intellectual Property, Media and Technology – Beijing (IP Agency)

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