Publications

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Over-the-air software updates for IoT devices present companies with product liability and safety opportunities — and challenges

Mobile devices within the Internet of Things (IoT) are continuously benefitting from rapid technological advancements. And once those devices are sold to consumers, over-the-air (OTA)...

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No limitation period in breach of duty claim against director

A recent UK Supreme Court decision establishes that where a director unlawfully transfers property to a company he controls, a subsequent breach of duty claim will not be subject to a...

Health care program penalties rise with Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018

Buried within a two-year budget agreement, among hundreds of pages of federal spending legislation, are key changes to several federal health care fraud statutes. The Bipartisan Budget Act...

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Straight Talks: Innovations in product liability for autonomous and connected vehicles

The autonomous vehicle revolution has introduced an exciting array of innovations into the automobile industry. Groundbreaking technology has created ingenious ways to address mobility and...

ERISA Litigation Pitfalls — The “Deemed Exhausted” Rule And Its Strict Compliance Standard

One of the most widely used defenses in ERISA litigation is a plaintiff’s failure to exhaust his or her administrative remedies. Although defendants often obtain early dismissal for...

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The 3-D printing revolution: Opening the doors to new opportunities — and risks associated with IP infringement

As the use of 3-D printing has increased exponentially, so has its potential. Stella Wong, counsel focusing on patent litigation at our Hogan Lovells office in London, compares a 3-D...

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Court of Final Appeal extends time for First Media to challenge enforcement orders and judgment

In Astro Nusantara International B.V. and Others v. PT First Media TBK [2018] HKCFA 12; FACV 14/2017 (11 April 2018), Hong Kong's highest court the Court of Final Appeal (CFA) handed down...

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Winding-up Petition v Arbitration Clause: Hong Kong Court Dismisses Winding-up Petition in Favor of Arbitration Clause

On 2 March 2018, the Hong Kong Court of First Instance (CFI) issued a notable decision which signifies a development of Hong Kong law in the contexts of insolvency and arbitration. The CFI...

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