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Assets Freezing of Russian Individuals and Entities: Which protection for Italian Parties?

Freezing of assets is one of the most pervasive forms of sanctions against Russian individuals and entities. While much has been written with regard to the protection of the rights of...


International arbitration: the mechanics of persuasion and how decisions are made
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On 29 March 2022, as part of Paris Arbitration Week, Hogan Lovells hosted a conference titled “International arbitration: the mechanics of persuasion and how decisions are made,”...


Paris Arbitration Week recap: Human Rights, ESG, and Arbitration at a crossroad

As part of Paris Arbitration Week, on 31 March 2022, Hogan Lovells hosted a hybrid in-person lunch and webinar titled “Human Rights, ESG and Arbitration at a Crossroad,” a...


UK government publishes updated Online Safety Bill

On 17 March 2022, the UK Government introduced the Online Safety Bill to Parliament. The Online Safety Bill will regulate providers of: services which host user-generated content...


UK Utilities regulation: a brave new world?

The UK Government has formally fired the starting gun on the refresh of its approach to economic regulation of the utilities sectors.


German Constitutional Court rejects complaints against federal states' climate protection laws

In its decision of 18 January 2022, the German Federal Constitutional Court rejected several constitutional complaints against climate protection laws on the federal state level.Further...


JR Back in Vogue? Judicial Review under the NSI, SCB and OSB

Judicial review is the mechanism by which the Courts review the lawfulness of a decision taken by a public body. In the past few years1 the Government has expressed reservations...


Fighting misinformation - EU launches public consultation for the European Media Freedom Act

According to the European Commission, freedom of expression (one of the pillars of democracy in Europe) is in jeopardy, as governments and private groups increase pressure on the media.The...


Indonesia Constitutional Court declares Omnibus Law “conditionally unconstitutional”

On 25 November 2021, just one year after the Government of Indonesia passed Law No. 11 of 2020 on Job Creation (the Omnibus Law), the Constitutional Court issued decision no....

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