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LIDW 2024: Is the price still right? Are firms being priced out of the courts and London seated disputes?

The cost of litigating in the English courts has increased steadily over the last few years. Court data shows that the size of cases heard in London is increasing and that they are taking...

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Spain’s exit of the Energy Charter Treaty is official: what now?

The Energy Charter Treaty and the Protocol were signed in December 1994 to promote international investment in the energy sector. On 16 April 2024, Spain gave written notice of its decision ...

Insights and Analysis

Optimists see opportunities; pessimists see risk. Your counsel should see both.

The India - Middle East - Europe Economic Corridor (IMEC) is expected to generate significant investment opportunities in sectors such as construction, rail, shipping, logistics, energy and ...

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Spain’s exit of the Energy Charter Treaty is official: what now?

The Energy Charter Treaty and the Protocol were signed in December 1994 to promote international investment in the energy sector. On 16 April 2024, Spain gave written notice of its decision ...

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UK government proposes further changes to TUPE

As part of its “Smarter regulation to grow the economy” initiative, the UK government is consulting on further changes to TUPE. These include making it clear that TUPE applies...

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No clear picture - Hong Kong court criticises legal representatives in refusing to sanction scheme of arrangement

A Hong Kong court has refused to sanction a scheme of arrangement, saying that practitioners should explain the key terms and effect of any proposed restructuring in a way which can be...

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Going into Labor: The European Commission’s newfound Interest in Antitrust and Labor Markets

In May 2024, the European Commission (“EC”) published a policy briefing on the application of European competition law to conduct related to labor markets, in particular...

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Employment in the news | April 2024

April was a smorgasbord of developments, with a UK Supreme Court case on detriments and industrial action and two EAT decisions on international jurisdiction. In Parliament, another...

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HR in Hogan Lovells’ podcasts

In our "HR in Hogan Lovells’ podcasts" series, experts from the Hogan Lovells Warsaw office address a number of practical issues related to employment law in its broadest...

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