Hogan Lovells welcomes 2021 with new promotions

Inmaculada Lorenzo has been promoted to IPMT partner, along with the promotions of two counsel in Litigation and Tax areas

Global law firm Hogan Lovells has welcomed the new year with 25 new partner and 60 new counsel promotions, from which one partner and two counsel are from its Madrid office.

Inmaculada Lorenzo (pictured left), until now senior associate, focuses on enforcement and litigation of IP rights, particularly in the field of patents, trademarks and unfair competition. Inmaculada represents and advises national and international companies, particularly in the Life Sciences (pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical devices) and Technology, Media and Telecommunications industries, in patent and trademark infringement and validity Litigation and complex IP disputes, including also unfair competition, copyright and trade secret claims.
Inmaculada acts regularly before the Spanish Commercial Courts, hearing all IP related disputes, as well as the European Union Trademark & Designs Court. She is commonly involved in multi-jurisdictional litigation and works hand-in-hand with Spanish and foreign experts, including European Patent Attorneys and reputed University Professors. Inmaculada studied Law, Business Administration and Management and Music. She lectures on IP and International Litigation in two Master´s degree programmes at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid and ISDE Law School and periodically publishes on hot topics in IP Law.

The two new counsel are Patricia Sánchez (Corporate & Finance/Tax) and Silvia Martínez (Litigation, Arbitration and Employment). The promotion of Silvia Martínez was announced by Iberian Lawyer on January 5.

Patricia Sánchez (pictured right) is a member of the Tax practice G Group, focusing her practice on the design, negotiation and implementation of structures for the financing of assets -such as vessels, films and research & development projects – based on a wide variety of tax incentives, providing global advice throughout the whole life of the transaction. Patricia has been part of the teams advising financial institutions, acting as structuring entities, and industrial associations, as well as companies producing and acquiring the financed assets. Additionally, Patricia has participated in the assistance to national and international clients in both direct and indirect taxation. Patricia has a dual degree in Law and Business Administration from Universidad Complutense de Madrid.


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