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European Climate Law

The European Commission, the Council and the European Parliament have agreed on a so-called "European Climate Law". After the European Commission had already proposed the draft for the...

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Coronavirus: The Hill and the Headlines, April 21 2021

Your guide to the latest Hill developments, news narratives, and media headlines from Hogan Lovells Government Relations and Public Affairs practice.

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Significant restrictions for share exchange offers under German takeover law

Under German takeover law the bidder in a voluntary public takeover is given two options with regard to what the bidder offers the shareholders of the target company as compensation for...

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Rooster trademark infringes collective trademark rights of Italian Chianti Classico
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EU General Court (GC) rules on the protection based on reputation of the Italian collective figurative mark Chianti Classico showing a black rooster in relation to an individual EU...

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Tips for Companies Saying Goodbye to Racial Stereotypes in Branding

The last year has seen urgent discussions concerning racism, discrimination, police violence, inequality, and social justice come to the forefront of life in the United States....

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Biden Administration sanctions target Russian technology and defense sectors and Russian sovereign debt

On 15 April 2021, the U.S. Government announced a number of new sanctions measures against Russia, targeting a variety of “harmful foreign activities” contrary to U.S. foreign...

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Pay for delay and document retention - The ECJ's Lundbeck decision

In the much-anticipated Lundbeck case (i.a. C-591/16 P), the European Court of Justice (“ECJ”) on 25th March 2021 confirmed the decision of the European Commission...

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China's Sovereign Digital Currency and Electronic Payment (DC/EP): a Hong Kong Perspective
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On 4 December 2020 the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) announced that it is collaborating with the Digital Currency Institute of People's Bank of China (PBOC) in a pilot testing...

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Indigenous peoples’ rights and large-scale development projects: Avoiding unexpected risks in the Americas Focus on Regulation

Many countries across the Americas are home to large indigenous populations: Mexico has around 25.7 million people, Guatemala, 6.5 million, Bolivia 5.4 million, the US 4.3 million and...

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