Practice

Litigation

To defend your hard-won advantage or to implement new business strategies, you need thoughtful, effective, and timely advice — advice that is pragmatic and creative, and backed by long experience.

Representative experience

A major international bank involved in LIBOR investigations in the US, UK, and EU involving multiple regulators and complex issues under various domestic and international laws.

One of the largest banks in Kazakhstan in asset recovery litigation concerning fraudulent transactions of over US$6bn entered into by its former management.

Representing world’s largest turbine supplier in arbitration and bankruptcy proceedings related to a US$2bn power generation facility in the U.S.

Acting for government of Vietnam in UNCITRAL arbitration under France-Vietnam Bilateral Investment Treaty in connection with health industry investment in Vietnam.

A Fortune 200 company regarding a DOJ and SEC investigation into allegations that it paid bribes to secure a contract in China and similar allegations elsewhere.

Defending a pharmaceutical company on a substantial U.S. federal criminal investigation in connection with the promotion, marketing, and sale of one of their drugs.

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Supervisory board members' liability - latest developments

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French legal and regulatory update - April 2019

The Paris office of Hogan Lovells is pleased to provide this English language edition of our monthly e - newsletter, which offers a legal and regulatory update covering France and Europe...

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Press Releases

Hogan Lovells lawyers win precedent-setting Mexico City taxi arbitration decision at SDNY

New York and Miami, 15 May 2019 – A cross-office Hogan Lovells team from Miami and New York achieved a significant victory on behalf of Espiritu Santo Holdings, LP, in the Southern...

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Fracking fracas - English Court of Appeal gives guidance on injunctions against persons unknown Litigation, Arbitration, and Employment Alert

When can the courts issue injunctions against people who cannot be identified but who they suspect may be intending to engage in a wrong?

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With Cochise Decision, Supreme Court Expands Limitations Period in Declined Qui Tam Cases Client Alert

The Supreme Court handed down its decision today in Cochise Consultancy, Inc. v. United States ex rel. Hunt, a closely-watched case about the False Claims Act’s (FCA) statute of...

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