Hogan Lovells announces new Board appointments

Hogan Lovells announces new Board appointments

Press releases | 11 April 2024

11 April 2024 - Hogan Lovells is pleased to announce new appointments to the firm’s Board. Board members can serve up to two three-year terms.

The new Board appointments, as of 1 May, are as follows: 

  • Lillian S. Hardy - re-elected to the Washington D.C. seat
  • Andrew Gallagher - elected to the London seat
  • Andreas von Falck - re-elected to the “At Large” seat
Commenting on the appointments, Chair Marie-Aimée de Dampierre added: "I'd like to congratulate Lillian, Andrew and Andreas on their re-elections and election to the Board and to thank them for their continuous dedication and support to the firm. I would also like to extend my thanks and gratitude to Adrian Walker for his service on the Board.”

Biographic details for Board appointments
Andrew Gallagher
Andrew sits in the firm’s Infrastructure, Energy, Resources and Projects team, based in London. He trained with the firm and has been a partner for 20 years. Specializing in infrastructure and energy finance and related M&A transactions, Andrew advises senior lenders, sponsors and borrowers across a range of market sectors including transport, power and renewable energy and digital/fibre infrastructure. Recent projects include advising the UK Infrastructure Bank on its financing of the NeuconnectInterconnector project between the UK and Germany and lenders on the financing of the Moray East and East Anglia One offshore wind transmission assets (OFTOs). Andrew is recognized as a ‘Leading Individual’ for Infrastructure: Project Finance by Legal 500. Outside of his practice, Andrew is co-chair of the Partner Advancement Committee, was a previous lead partner on Graduate recruitment, and is active within our Alumni network program. 
Washington D.C.

Lillian S. Hardy 
Lillian, a partner in our Investigations, White Collar & Fraud group, heads up the firm’s multidisciplinary, global crisis management practice and works with companies to develop and improve their compliance programs. She founded the firm’s Crisis Leadership Practice after recognizing a market need for legal services that account for reputation management. Lillian’s practice focuses on controversies and investigations emanating from a wide array of incidents across all industries. She has been with the firm for over 15 years, and is relationship partner for multiple strategic clients such, and is a member of the Americas Leadership Team. Lillian spends a significant amount of time mentoring members of the firm, and is dedicated to her Pro Bono and community investment commitments, which have included working across our projects relating to Advancing Racial Justice. Lillian is passionate about diversity and inclusion in the bar and supporting women of color lawyers
At Large
Andreas von Falck
Andreas, a patent litigator based in our Dusseldorf office, works with some of the firm’s most prominent and well-known clients in the technology and life sciences sectors. With almost 30 years at the firm, Andreas has held a number of leadership roles starting in 2003, when he was appointed Head of IP at the firm, and his positions include being a previous member of the firm’s International Management Committee. Andreas was recently recognized as the “Intellectual Property Lawyer of the Year” for Germany by Legal 500. 
The Hogan Lovells Board comprises 12 members and supervises the affairs of the firm and its management on behalf of the partners. Membership of the Board is designed to reflect the broad scope of the business, with members drawn from a variety of geographic and other backgrounds.
In line with our strategic priority to deliver on our commitments to Diversity & Inclusion and Responsible Business, 41.6% of the members of the Board are women.
As of 1 May 2024, the Hogan Lovells Board will be: 

Chair (and "At Large"): Marie-Aimée de Dampierre
CEO: Miguel Zaldivar
Asia Pacific Middle East: Owen Chan
Continental Europe Tobias Faber
Washington D.C. region: Lillian S. Hardy
London: Andrew Gallagher
The Americas: Celine Jimenez Crowson
U.S. (except D.C. region): Bruce Oakley
45 and under (and "At Large"): Mahvesh Qureshi
"At Large": David Gibbons, Andreas von Falck, Karen Hughes