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The complexities of conglomerates podcast – episode one
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Jacky Scanlan-Dyas and Ben Higson talk to Mark Brennan, head of Hogan Lovells’ global Technology and Telecommunications industry sector group and Lead Innovation Partner, about...

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Power solutions for mines in Sub-Saharan Africa
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One of the key factors affecting the operation of mines in Africa is the availability of a reliable, uninterrupted supply of power. However, Sub-Saharan Africa has a severe power deficit...

Analysis

Fundamental Reforms to Environmental Law in Vietnam
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Spanning over 300 pages, the new environmental protection legislation includes fundamental changes in how projects are evaluated by the authorities for environmental approval, permitting...

Media Mention

Emerging trends in board diversity

Partner Tifarah Allen discusses board diversity and the role of general counsels in an interview with the Black In-House Counsel (BIHC) Network, published as part of BIHC’s Emerging...

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Competition begins for DOE infrastructure act funds

In November 2021, Congress passed, and President Biden signed into law, the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA or the Act), which provides support for a broad array of clean...

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Building a resilient tech strategy: Cyber attacks

Being an innovative business comes with its challenges and legal risks. In recent years, there has been a major increase in cyber attacks, and this is a real risk for every business. ...

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U.S. announces record Strategic Petroleum Reserve release; energy-related Russia sanctions updates

On March 31, to address rising energy prices in the U.S. and globally, the Biden administration announced a record release from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, of roughly one million...

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New measures from the US, UK, and EU aim to significantly reduce reliance on Russian energy supplies

On March 8, 2022, the United States, United Kingdom, and European Union announced measures intended to eliminate or reduce their reliance on Russian energy imports. Until now, these...

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Summary of new energy-related Russian sanctions and measures
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We continue to monitor energy-related sanctions associated with Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, but this is a dynamic situation that is continuously changing. This update is current as...

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