WTO IP rights: The future of products combating COVID-19

The Biden Administration recently announced that it would support the request for a World Trade Organization (WTO) waiver of intellectual property (IP) rights under the WTO Agreement on...

U.S.-China relations in 2021: Looking ahead to the next normal

As China faces a new President in Washington, and President Biden in turn prepares to lead a fractured Washington, please join AmCham's Trade & Investment Committee kickoff event...

Hogan Lovells and Bracewell webinar: U.S. trade policy in the Biden administration

After four of the most volatile years in international trade in recent history, what will the approach be of the incoming Biden Administration on Trump-era tariffs, the China trade war,...

A bipartisan view of the 2020 election and its impact on U.S. / Middle East relations

Join Hogan Lovells for a webinar on Wednesday 16 December 2020, as we share bipartisan views of the 2020 election results and what their influence could mean for U.S relations with the...

U.S. national security measures against China – recent developments

FIIS embracing change Asia webinar series 2020
Risks and opportunities for financial institutions


Even without the headwinds caused by the pandemic, operating a financial institution in ...

Trade After Trump: Global automotive trade in an era of rising economic nationalism and COVID-19

The next episode of our Automotive Webinar Series will look at the impacts of the U.S. election 2020 on world trade. Our webinar will provide an update on the trade relations between the...

A bipartisan view of the 2020 election and its impact on U.S., UK, and EU relations

The 2020 U.S. Presidential election has come to a close with Joe Biden as the president-elect. A new presidency – coupled with a new relationship between the UK and the EU –...

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