Publications

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Podcast series: False Claims Act 2019 and the road ahead Hogan Lovells

In addition to the False Claims Act Guide: 2019 and the road ahead, we are featuring a six-part podcast series based on select sections of the report. Go behind-the-scenes for more in-depth ...

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Doing Business in the UK: Consumer Sector 2020

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Doing business – Consumer sector

Entering a new market can be a game changer for businesses in the consumer industry, but it can come with some significant legal risks. Consumer protection laws, supply chain issues,...

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Will 2020 see further regulation of income share agreements? Education Alert

Income share agreements (ISAs) continue to draw interest from schools, policymakers, and other stakeholders searching for solutions to the issue of rising student debt.

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FCA Guide: 2019 and the road ahead Hogan Lovells

The pace of False Claims Act (FCA) litigation remained furious over the past year. Companies (and individuals) in all sectors of the economy continue to face the ever-present threat of FCA...

Published Works

Special Report on investment in Africa African Law & Business

The Special Report on investment in Africa gathers information from 30 countries to help inform clients’ investment decisions, summarising the key features of the legal and regulatory ...

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Doing Business in Germany: Consumer Sector

Germany should not be a blank spot on your company map. Located at the center of Continental Europe, it is the world’s fourth biggest economy and the home of some of the biggest...

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UK Financial Transaction Tax under Labour

Proposals to introduce financial transactions taxes in the UK and the EU have been around for a while. Although neither tax has yet come close to becoming law, political turbulence could...

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U.S. Court of Appeals in New York clarifies reach of U.S. discovery for use in foreign proceedings

For over 70 years, Section 1782 of the U.S. Judicial Code, 28 U.S.C. § 1782, has authorized U.S. district courts to compel non-parties to foreign proceedings to provide discovery...

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