Publications

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Insurance and reinsurance in Poland

Beata Balas-Noszczyk, Head of the Financial Institutions group in our Warsaw office authored the Thomson Reuters' Practical Law Guide on insurance and reinsurance in Poland. The Q&A...

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Implications of the one-year postponement of the application of the Medical Devices Regulation (MDR) LexisNexis

Life Sciences analysis: Regulation (EU) 2020/561 amends Regulation (EU) 2017/745, the Medical Devices Regulation (MDR) by postponing its application to 26 May 2021. Elisabethann Wright and...

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How OEMs and top-tier suppliers can not only navigate the downturn but come out ahead Thomson Reuters Westlaw

This article highlights key signs of supplier distress and steps that OEMs and top-tier suppliers can take to address them, as well as strategies these organizations may adopt to seize...

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Coronavirus crisis will spark consumer protection enforcement actions Bloomberg Law

While financial institutions are focused on implementing the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) and assisting customers, regulators will be looking over their...

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Executive considerations: government collusion with corporate counsel in internal investigations Financial Executives International

While executives and employees should in most situations cooperate with their employer's internal investigation, there are some things to be mindful of as they cooperate.

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Best practices for internal investigations during COVID-19 Bloomberg Law

In this article for Bloomberg Law, Lisa LeCointe-Cephas of Merck & Co. and Lillian S. Hardy and Jennifer D. Brechbill of Hogan Lovells offer their perspectives for internal...

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How force majeure differs in the U.S., Europe, and China Law360

COVID-19 has had a grave impact on the energy industry, triggering delays and issues in the supply of both labor and materials. This article looks at the impact of the pandemic on supply...

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Virtual law Intellectual Property Magazine

As the coronavirus continues to disrupt life worldwide, federal courts in the U.S. are calibrating operating procedures to continue their vital work while mitigating the risk of spreading...

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