Hogan Lovells wins European Firm of the Year at Managing Intellectual Property awards
Hogan Lovells has been named European Firm of the Year for its OHIM (Office of Harmonisation for the Internal Market) work by Managing Intellectual Property (MIP) magazine.
Alicante-based OHIM is the trade mark and designs registry for the European Union. Hogan Lovells received the award at a ceremony at the Dorchester Hotel in London.
The firm was also shortlisted in the following categories:
- International Law Firm of the Year
- Germany Contentious
- Italy Contentious
- UK trade mark: Contentious
- Europe: Patents — High-Tech
- Europe: Patents — Life Sciences
- Europe: Trade Marks and Designs
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