Hogan Lovells’ leading Privacy and Information Management practice is due to have its largest presence ever at the forthcoming IAPP Europe Data Protection Congress taking place in Brussels from 18 to 20 November. More than 20 lawyers from 7 offices will be attending and actively participating at the conference. Please come and visit us at Booth 3.
The Hogan Lovells Privacy and Information Management practice has received a “first tier” ranking from the ratings guide Legal 500 US in the “Technology: Data Protection and Privacy” category. Partners Christopher Wolf and Marcy Wilder were also each recognized as “leading lawyers” in the field. Legal 500 notes that the Privacy and Information Management practice at Hogan Lovells is “’among the best’ at advising ‘not only on where the law is, but where it is heading’.”
Chambers USA ranks the leading firms and lawyers in an extensive range of practice areas throughout America, including privacy and data security, based on client research. We are pleased and gratified that the Hogan Lovells Privacy and Information Management practice has been ranked in the top band, and that both of its practice leaders, Chris Wolf and Marcy Wilder, have been selected for top rankings among practitioners.
Hogan Lovells is proud to have six lawyers from its Privacy and Information Management group presenting at various sessions of this year’s IAPP Global Privacy Summit. For those attending the Summit, please consider attending the sessions this week to hear from members of the Hogan Lovells team about various cutting edge topics, as well as about how you can get involved in the IAPP’s public service initiative.
On an uncharacteristically cool but bright and sunny late August day, yesterday Washington, DC-based lawyers in the Privacy and Information Management (PIM) practice traveled west one hour from DC to the Marriott Ranch in Hume, Virginia to take stock of current trends in privacy law and to discuss ways in which the practice can better serve its clients in the dynamic times ahead.