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Hong Kong Corporate Insights | June 2020

Hogan Lovells' Hong Kong Corporate Insights June 2020 edition is published today to keep you abreast of the recent legal and regulatory developments in the Hong Kong corporate market.

Insights

COVID-19: FCA consults on updated temporary relief measures for motor finance and HCSTC agreements
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The FCA has published draft updated temporary guidance to provide continuing support for customers who have entered into motor finance or high-cost short-term credit agreements and have...

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Force majeure claims in future waves of COVID-19: four key actions Litigation, Arbitration, and Employment Alert

As countries emerge from lockdown, talk turns to the return of COVID-19.

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Eleventh Circuit restores most of multimillion dollar verdict in favor of qui tam relator backed by litigation funder

On June 25, 2020, the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit reversed one of the most noted False Claims Act (FCA) decisions to have been handed down in a decade and...

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Hong Kong opens the door to insurance-linked securities business Corporate and Finance Alert

With the sharp rise in the number of natural and other large-scale catastrophic events in recent years and the challenges posed by climate change, the demand for innovative solutions in...

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BIS issues frequently asked questions to clarify the military end use/user rule International Trade Alert

On 29 June 2020, the final rule expanding the military end user/user controls (MEU) issued by the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) went into effect.

News

EU Commission takes action against three Member States over lack of implementation of AML obligations

The European Commission has referred Austria, Belgium and the Netherlands to the Court of Justice of the European Union for failing to fully implement the fourth Anti-Money Laundering...

Analysis

Cross Border Guide to Restructuring and Insolvency - China and Hong Kong
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As the economic costs of COVID-19 come ever more sharply into focus, our new cross-border restructuring guide gives you key pointers on the latest developments in the insolvency arena in...

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