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Brazil - The First Six Months of the Lula Administration and Beyond
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As Brazil emerges from a historic presidential election which resulted in Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (Lula) assuming office as the newly elected President in January 2023, the country ...

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Government Relations and Public Affairs team receives honors from Chambers USA 2023

Chambers USA has released its 2023 guide, and we are excited to announce that the Hogan Lovells Government Relations and Public Affairs practice and several of its members have been...

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Knowing me, knowing MoU: UK Government reaches agreement on parliamentary scrutiny of NSI regime

The highly anticipated Memorandum of Understanding on scrutiny of the Investment Security Unit (“ISU”) between the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee...

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Crypto and Digital Assets in the 118th Congress

As the field of digital assets and blockchain rapidly evolves, a redesigned and digital future for financial institutions is developing before our eyes.Our Annual Summit on Crypto and...

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A Discussion on the 2022 U.S. Midterm Election

Senator Norm Coleman and Ivan Zapien discussed their thoughts on the 2022 Midterm election results and how this will impact legislation, oversight and the President’s agenda.

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GOP House Majority Will Bring Scrutiny, Tight Budgets Law360

With Republicans now in control of the U.S. House of Representatives, the Biden administration's climate and environmental justice goals will move further out of reach as the new majority...

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Greater Federal coordination may not hasten 5G rollout

Years of ugly disagreement among the Federal Communications Commission and other federal agencies have stymied efforts to find new sources of 5G-suitable spectrum. In what's been billed ...

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Shift in Congressional majority could drive Democrats’ oversight agenda

People who track politics say the majority in Congress could switch next year from Democratic to Republican. If that's the case, that prospect will drive the Democrats' oversight...

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U.S. Justice Department seeks input on modernization of the FARA for the first time in 15 years

Following its efforts in recent years to enforce the Foreign Agents Registration Act of 1938 (22 U.S.C. 611 et seq. (FARA)) more rigorously and transparently, for the first time in nearly...

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