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Litigation and regulatory risks of LIBOR cessation guide launched

With significant work being undertaken by industry bodies and institutions to prepare for the cessation of LIBOR in 2021, we have launched our Litigation and regulatory risks of LIBOR...


MAC/MAE clauses and the COVID-19 pandemic: a checklist of things to consider

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has been declared a global pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO). The virus has spread across continents, taken an enormous human toll, and...

Published Works

Consumer Lenders Can Act Now to Reduce Post-Libor Risk

Following the announcement by the UK's Financial Conduct Authority that it plans to stop requiring panel banks to contribute to the London Interbank Offered Rate (Libor) by the end of 2021, ...

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Payments and retail banking regulation in 2018: Transatlantic trends

Major change is now business as usual for those in the payments and retail banking sectors, whichever side of the Atlantic you're on. The many changes taking place cannot fail to have a...

Published Works

A.5918: Unconstitutional, Unwise and Futile Effort to Expand N.Y. Courts' Jurisdiction New York Law Journal

Marc J. Gottridge and Lisa J. Fried argue: Assembly bill A.5918 would codify the hoary fiction that applying for registration to do business in New York "constitutes consent to the...

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Why Courts Should Reject the “Consent by Registration” Theory of General Personal Jurisdiction Over Non-US Banks in New York Financial Institutions Group Alert

Hogan Lovells New York litigation partners Marc Gottridge and Lisa Fried have written an article, just published in the New York Law Journal, addressing an issue of great importance to the...

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