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Hogan Lovells Publications

A proposed EU-wide representative action may blur legal boundaries around collective actions

The European Commission is proposing a directive that would repeal the existing Injunctions Directive and require European Union (EU) member states to introduce into their national laws...

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Data Class Actions: the era of mass data litigation

Class actions are commonplace in the United States but relatively rare in Europe.

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Straight Talks: Autonomous regulations around the world

With autonomous cars creating historic disruption in the automotive industry, some countries are reassessing regulations while trying to seize market leadership. Policymakers and industry...

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Over-the-air software updates for IoT devices present companies with product liability and safety opportunities — and challenges

Mobile devices within the Internet of Things (IoT) are continuously benefitting from rapid technological advancements. And once those devices are sold to consumers, over-the-air (OTA)...

Automakers and suppliers in the U.S. and EU grapple with increased scrutiny, new emissions requirements, and evolving guidance from authorities

In this hoganlovells.com interview, Joanne Rotondi, a partner in the Hogan Lovells Washington, D.C. office, and Sabine Chromek, a senior associate in the firm’s Munich office, discuss ...

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Insurance horizons 2018

As a global insurance industry team, we aim to follow industry trends and developments as closely as possible in order to deliver well informed perspectives and thought leadership to our...

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A road map to successful life sciences transactions in Europe

U.S. based life sciences companies considering transactions in Europe may easily become overwhelmed with the complexity of Europe’s various jurisdictions.

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Payments and retail banking regulation in 2018: Transatlantic trends

Major change is now business as usual for those in the payments and retail banking sectors, whichever side of the Atlantic you're on. The many changes taking place cannot fail to have a...

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