Publications

Hogan Lovells Publications

A tale of two visions: what does China's social credit system really mean?

The Social Credit System ("SCS") in the People's Republic of China is not a new concept.

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A new model for obtaining data protection consents: unbundling the proposed amendments to China's Personal Information Security Specification

On 1 February, 2019, the National Information Security Standardization Technical Committee issued an amended version of the GB/T 35372-2017 Information Technology – Personal...

Published Works

5 Myths In Legal Crisis Communications

Robert Gemmill pulls from his legal and crisis communications background to clear up common misconceptions in the Law360 article titled "5 Myths In Legal Crisis Communications."

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China's NAFMII publishes Panda Bond rules for non-financial issuers

China's National Association of Financial Market Institutional Investors (NAFMII) recently published a much-anticipated set of Panda Bond implementing rules, the Debt Financing Instrument...

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ADG Insights: Cybersecurity and supply-chain developments and trends for companies that conduct business with the U.S. government

Through ADG Insights, we share with you the top legal and political issues affecting the aerospace, defense, and government services (ADG) industry. Our ADG industry team monitors the...

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Liquidated damages on work never completed

The English Court of Appeal recently considered what should happen when a contractor, through its own fault, never delivers any completed work, despite having contracted to do so by a...

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The foreign investment law: A new chapter opens for foreign direct investment in China

As had been widely anticipated, the Foreign Investment Law (the "FIL", full text in Chinese here, in-house English translation available upon request) was voted into law by China's highest...

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China breaks new ground with Foreign Investment Law-related Intellectual Property (IP) reform

In a recent move involving both the Chinese legislature (the National People's Congress) and the executive branch (the State Council), China has overhauled two of its most important pieces...

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