Publications

Published Works

The Legal 500: Bribery & Corruption Comparative Guide

This country-specific Q&A provides an overview to bribery and corruption law in Singapore.

Hogan Lovells Publications

The Warsaw office of Hogan Lovells represents the Malta Foundation in a dispute with the Ministry of Culture regarding the limits of freedom of speech

Based on the agreement between the Malta Foundation and the Ministry of Culture, the Ministry committed itself to co-finance the theatre festival organized by the Foundation over the years...

Hogan Lovells Publications

Blurred boundaries: The latest developments in class actions, mulitclaimant actions, and cross-border litigation in the EU and U.S.

The Second Edition Blurred Boundaries captures the most essential collective action developments across the EU Member States and the United States. It addresses details on the blurred...

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How the Internet of Things could redefine product safety and liability in the EU

How big is the Internet of Things (IoT)? It’s likely that there will be tens of billions of connected devices in use by 2020. As this massive network of “things” keeps...

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False Claims Act - Taking a bite of the customs duties apple?

In a decision that highlights the overlap of international trade obligations and False Claims Act (FCA) jurisprudence, a federal judge recently dismissed an FCA suit because the...

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Private action for contempt of court?

In March, the UK Supreme Court handed down a landmark judgment, in which it held that:

  1. contempt of court constitutes unlawful means for the purposes of the tort of unlawful means...

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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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Following a cyber attack, IoT device manufacturers, data controllers, and sellers could face liability under the EU’s Product Liability Directive and the GDPR

Advancements in technology may provide consumers with a continuous stream of upgraded products, but they’re also proving that current security and privacy regulations fall short...

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