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Hogan Lovells Publications

Navigating coronavirus: Considerations for rent modifications in the U.S. Real Estate Update

As people across the country practice social distancing and are increasingly being asked to shelter-in-place in response to the coronavirus pandemic, Americans are drastically reducing...

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Navigating coronavirus: Top real estate industry considerations

On Wednesday, 11 March 2020, the World Health Organization declared the spread of coronavirus a global pandemic and on Friday, 13 March 2020, President Trump declared a national emergency...

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Tax newsletter - 6 June 2018

Periodical newsletter on tax matters.

Published Works

REIT around the world EG's Global Investor Guide, Spring 2018

We are seeing the continued strength of the global "REIT" brand. As we explain in this article, new REIT regimes are being proposed or adopted in some jurisdictions and in other...

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2017 commercial real estate outlook: The impact of U.S. tax reform

Despite strengthening market headwinds and troubling political uncertainties, the U.S. commercial real estate market is likely to remain the top destination for global real estate capital...

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French Legal and Regulatory Newsletter French Legal and Regulatory Newsletter

The Paris office of Hogan Lovells is pleased to provide an overview of the main French and EU regulatory developments from the past months.

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Follow the PATH (Act): REITs and Their Foreign Investors Have a Spring in Their Step Corporate Alert

Generally, foreign investors are exempt from U.S. tax on the capital gain they recognize on the sale of stock or debt instruments issued by U.S. corporations (if the gain is not effectively ...

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