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The UK-EU trade deal: What you need to know

On Christmas Eve, the United Kingdom and European Union finally agreed a trade deal – the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) – which will define the post-Brexit trading...

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New best practices guide on UN sanctions implementations and guidance on UN sanctions laws published

The Guide provides useful information on UN sanctions prohibitions as well as best practices guidance for the implementation of UN sanctions by stakeholders. Whilst the Guide is primarily...

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EU adopts a global human rights sanctions regime

On 7 December 2020, the EU adopted a global human rights sanctions regime. No individuals have been designated yet. Going forward, this means that companies should ensure that they conduct...

Hogan Lovells Publications

Beyond Brexit transition series

As Brexit comes to a head with the possibility of a deal within touching distance, on our Brexit hub you’ll find updates from our lawyers on key issue that will continue to be high on ...

Insights

Beyond Brexit transition – the impact on customs and tariffs
Registered Content

This article is part of our 'Beyond Brexit transition' series.

News

UK extends China arms embargo to Hong Kong but stops short of announcing sanctions designations

The UK Government has announced that it is extending the UK's arms embargo on China to Hong Kong, following China's imposition of new national security laws on the former...

Analysis

Is national security a game changer for foreign investment control regimes and M&A transactions in Europe?

Governments all over the world are continuing to take steps to strengthen their powers to intervene in foreign direct investments ("FDI") into their countries. These changes come at a time...

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UK announces first sanctions designations under new global human rights sanctions regime

The UK Government has issued sanctions for the first time under the new global human rights sanctions regime against individuals and organisations responsible for human right violations....

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Update on UK export licencing processes amidst the COVID-19 outbreak Focus on Regulation

Amidst the global COVID-19 pandemic many things are uncertain. For businesses, this is further compounded by the rapidly changing and temporary measures that governments are launching to...

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