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Cryo-currency? Hong Kong court grants freezing injunction over bitcoins
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The court found that the plaintiff had made out a good arguable case that the bitcoin assets valued at up to US$2.7 million should be preserved in the face of competing claims to ownership.

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Getting the Deal Through - Automotive 2019 (Japan) Law Business Research 2019

A joint Hogan Lovells & GTDT publication on the law and regulation governing the automotive industry in Japan.

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Chinese pharma company fined for refusal to supply downstream competitors

On 22 December 2015, the State Administration for Industry and Commerce ("SAIC") published the decision of its local branch in Chongqing ("Chongqing AIC") against pharma company Chongqing...

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[International Trade Alert] New Requirements for Exports of Civil Nuclear Technology—Exports to China and Russia Affected Hogan Lovells International Trade and Energy Alert

President Barack Obama recently signed legislation that imposes multiple new requirements relating to the regulation of exports of civil nuclear technology.

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Competition bites HK today - are you ready? Hogan Lovells

New competition laws in Hong Kong are in full force from today.

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[International Trade Alert] Iran Deal Remains on Track Amid Congressional Oversight International Trade Alert

The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action between Iran and six of the world’s major powers over its nuclear program remains on track.

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[International Trade Alert] What's a President to Do? Options for Further Easing U.S. Sanctions Against Cuba International Trade Alert

During a roundtable discussion at The Brookings Institution on December 7, Hogan Lovells Partner Stephen Propst presented a new paper on the president's legal authority to further ease U.S. ...

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