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What a nuisance! UK Supreme Court widens private nuisance to include “overlooking”

The Supreme Court has given its judgment in Fearn and others v Tate, and has widened the law on private nuisance to include being “overlooked” for the first time.

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The secondaries market adjusts to further changes in the US ECI withholding regime

Beginning 1 January 2023, the US tax rules impose a “secondary” or “backstop” withholding obligation on both US and non-US partnerships. Under the new provisions,...


Sustainability disclosure requirements for the UK: where are we now?

The Financial Conduct Authority has published a long-awaited consultation paper on a new regime of sustainability disclosure requirements and investment labels for the UK.


Payback and Health Technology Assessment in Italy: a new governance for medical devices?

While waiting for a new governance to make the process of selecting and purchasing medical devices more efficient, thus incentivizing investment in innovative technologies, the activation...


UK Defined benefits (DB) pension funding code: what does it mean for you?

On 31 January 2023, Hogan Lovells and PwC co-hosted a webinar defined benefit (DB) funding code, discussing the legal, covenant and actuarial implications on the draft code.


NIST publishes Artificial Intelligence Risk Management Framework and resources

The US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has officially released the initial version of its Artificial Intelligence Risk Management Framework (AI RMF). The AI RMF is one ...

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Life Science Law Update – Key developments for pharma & device companies in EU and EU Big Five

In this first issue of our quarterly Life Science Law Update, our teams highlight key trends across life sciences regulatory, corporate, compliance, competition, and privacy throughout the...


UK Real Estate Horizon Scanner

The last year has seen a huge amount of change, both politically and economically, which has also been reflected in a constant array of new government policies. What is coming down the line ...


The UK Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill – imminent reform to corporate criminal liability?

In a debate in the House of Commons on Wednesday 26 January 2023, MP Tom Tugendhat indicated that a major reform to corporate criminal liability is imminent. In this article, we take a look ...

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