Veronica Mullally is a partner in the New York office of Hogan Lovells US LLP, an international law firm with 2,500 lawyers in 47 offices around the world. Veronica’s practice is focused in patent litigation in the life sciences. She has litigated disputes in a wide variety of technologies including: pharmaceuticals, biologics, siRNA, gene sequencing, transgenic plants and cardiovascular stents. Belfast born Mullally obtained a B.Sc in biochemistry from Queen’s University, Belfast and did postgraduate work in leukemia research at Oxford University. She later joined Celltech as a research scientist where she developed diagnostic tests using some of the first monoclonal antibodies. She became a lawyer after moving to the US and graduated with a JD, magna cum laude, from The Pace University School of Law. A mother of five, Veronica and husband Dr. Ricardo Muñoz reside in Darien, Connecticut.
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