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Fair Trade and Fair Supply Chains

We support our clients acknowledging their business responsibility in their efforts to build, maintain and monitor fair trade practices in their supply chains and to implement systems for...

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COP26: Business gets serious about climate change

As COP26 gets under way this week, it’s heartening to note that increasingly, corporates and investors are stepping forward to play their part in fighting climate change. If we are to ...

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More diversity at the top

On 28 September 2021 the Dutch Senate passed the act ''More balanced gender composition in the management and supervisory boards of large public and private companies'' (the ''Act'').1 The ...

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Paid Parental Leave

A Dutch employee is entitled to parental leave of up to 26 times the number of hours worked each week.1 This leave is currently unpaid, unless other agreements have been made, for example...

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Hogan Lovells Mobility and Transportation Newsletter | August 2021

The Mobility and Transportation (M&T) sector group presents the latest edition of our quarterly newsletter. Covering the latest news, events, achievements, and more from our Aerospace...

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Health care trends in a post-pandemic economy Life Sciences & Health Care Alert

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to the rapid expansion and widespread adoption of telehealth/telemedicine services, significantly altering how health care providers deliver—and how...

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Employment News: sex discrimination, trade unions

Employment newsletter

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Employment News: COVID-19, religion and belief

Employment newsletter

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Same-sex marriage equality developments in Japan

On 17 March 2021, a Japanese district court ruled, for the first time in Japan, that the national government’s failure to recognise same-sex marriage is "unconstitutional". As the...

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