Events and webinars

Consumer Horizons Webinar: Trading in 2021: How the Consumer Industry Should Navigate a Stormy Trade Environment

Join Hogan Lovells for the second installment of our Consumer Horizons webinar series on Thursday 6 May. Our team will discuss the impact of the current state of international trade on the...

Navigating the tech world: U.S.-China relationship under Biden's administration

Join us to hear the latest policy updates of the new U.S. administration and the current U.S.-China relationship's impact on technology companies.

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...

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 ...

U.S. sanctions on Hong Kong and its legal and financial implications

Hogan Lovells registered foreign lawyer Ben Kostrzewa will participate in the Centre of Chinese Law of the University of Hong Kong sponsored webinar on the legal consequences of the recent...

Trade Talks: Risk Management Webinar

The U.S. Commercial Service at the U.S. Consulate in Hong Kong in partnership with the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce (HKGCC) will host a "Trade Talks" webinar on risk mitigation in...

Trade, Trump, and sanctions: What financial institutions and corporates operating in Southeast Asia need to know

On 31 July 2019 we will explore through a panel of experienced individuals, including Partner Aleksandar Dukic, what you need to know to protect your organization from running afoul of the...

China's new Foreign Investment Law: fewer obstacles, and more opportunities for international investors

On 15 March 2019, China passed a new Foreign Investment Law ("FIL") that takes effect on 1 January 2020, which, when combined with a slimmed-down Negative List, and pre-market access...

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