Hogan Lovells wins four awards at Euromoney European Women in Business Law event
Hogan Lovells has won four categories at the Euromoney European Women in Business Law Awards 2013.
Brussels senior EU regulatory affairs adviser Jacqueline Mailly won the Best in Environment accolade; Munich partner Ina Brock was named Best in Product Liability; London intellectual property partner Sarah Turner was recognised as a Rising Star in IP, and Hogan Lovells was awarded Best International Firm for Work-Life Balance.
The Euromoney European Women in Business Law Awards celebrate firms setting the standard for female-friendly work practices and recognise the achievements of women leading the field in the legal sector across Europe.
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