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Data class actions guide
Registered Content

Does your processing of personal data fall within the scope of the GDPR? Are you ready to defend potential data-related litigation – in particular, data class actions?

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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 ...

Published Works

Complying with SPA notice provisions UK Private Company Director

Partner Ivan Shiu authored an articled in the UK Private Company Director titled, "Complying with SPA notice provisions".


Complying with SPA notice provisions: united we stand, divided we fall

A recent High Court decision has delivered a pertinent reminder of the importance of complying with the strict terms of notice provisions in a sale and purchase agreement, both in terms of...


Brexit Hague Convention ensures English jurisdiction agreements and judgments will continue to have force within the EU

Following last week's vote for Brexit, many are wondering what impact the decision will have on litigation and arbitration in the UK. Will jurisdiction agreements in favor of the UK courts...

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Jurisdiction and Governing Law Rules in the EU Client Notes

A guide to the main rules applied by courts in the EU to questions of jurisdiction and governing law - whether they are free (or obliged) to try a case, and what law they apply when they do ...

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Webinar: A new regime for competition claims in the UK

Hogan Lovells recently hosted a webinar on the new regime for competition claims in the UK and their potential impact. The webinar also looks to the US experience to see what can be learnt. ...

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A guide to the new regime for competition claims in the UK Client Notes

The Consumer Right Act comes into force on 1 October 2015, this guide explains the new competition regime and the implications it will have for competition litigation claims in the UK.

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