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Hogan Lovells Publications

International products law review 2020: Issue 77

We're excited to bring you issue 77 of our "International products law review" with insights and updates on all aspects of products law. In this issue, provide updates on COVID-19, address...

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Consumer sector COVID-19 resource guide

The Hogan Lovells Consumer team recognizes the challenges that you are facing during this uncertain time. Businesses are reshaping the way they operate, and consumers are changing the way...

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The A Perspective Podcast: Andrew Skipper talks to Ronak Gopaldas The A Perspective Podcast

Andrew Skipper is the Head of Hogan Lovells Africa Practice. Since taking on this role six years ago, he has met and formed close relationships with some of Africa's most influential...

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The A Perspective Podcast: Andrew Skipper talks to Lucy Quist The A Perspective Podcast

Andrew Skipper is the Head of Hogan Lovells Africa Practice. Since taking on this role six years ago, he has met and formed close relationships with some of Africa's most influential...

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Germany bans sugar from baby and infant tea products

Today, 15 May 2020, the German Federal Council approved a new regulation by the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture. The regulation provides for a ban of sweetened baby and infant tea...

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Back to work during COVID-19: A guide for retailers re-opening their doors

Closing stores during a global pandemic wasn't easy. But re-opening stores during a global pandemic comes with its own set of challenges. With a strategic approach and focus on crisis...

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Five things retailers should consider in the COVID-19 era

As the world learns how to navigate the new normal, businesses have become accustomed to dealing with what used to be considered exceptional – managing mass shut-downs, disrupted...

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