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FDA signals potential shift toward interchangeability for all biosimilars

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently released a podcast on biosimilars, featuring Dr. Sarah Yim, director of FDA’s Office of Therapeutic Biologics and Biosimilars...


Auditors’ liability – English case casts doubt on effectiveness of disclaimers in negligence actions

A recent English case may cause concern amongst Hong Kong auditors hoping to protect themselves from liability towards third parties by the inclusion of standard disclaimer wording in their ...


The Data Chronicles: Net Neutrality alters the online ecosystem

Welcome to Hogan Lovells’ The Data Chronicles, brought to you by the firm’s global Privacy and Cybersecurity practice. This multimedia series is dedicated to the ever-changing...


Navigating intellectual property and cybersecurity challenges in the life sciences sector

In the ever-evolving fields of life sciences and health care, protecting intellectual property (IP) and trade secrets is more crucial than ever. Ruud van der Velden, partner in the Hogan...


AI health care firms face increasing state law compliance concerns

We recently hosted our 3rd annual AI Health Law & Policy Summit in Washington, DC where government and industry representatives joined members of the Hogan Lovells team to discuss new...


Security Snippets: Biden Administration announces global cybersecurity strategy

U.S. State Department announces international diplomacy strategy to promote digital solidarity.


New York’s revised bill addressing sovereign debt – proposed change to current 9% interest rate

New York State lawmakers this week proposed a revised champerty and sovereign debt bill (Senate Bill S5623/Assembly Bill A5290) that now includes changes to the current rate of interest...


HR in Hogan Lovells’ podcasts

In our "HR in Hogan Lovells’ podcasts" series, experts from the Hogan Lovells Warsaw office address a number of practical issues related to employment law in its broadest...


The EU Late Payment Regulation – unintended consequences for structured finance transactions?

The European Commission published a proposal for a regulation on combating late payment in commercial transactions last year which will introduce new rules, including that payments have to...

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