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French Legal and Regulatory Newsletter French Legal and Regulatory Newsletter

The Paris office of Hogan Lovells is pleased to provide an overview of the main French and EU regulatory developments from the past month.

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Global Media and Communications Quarterly

This edition of the Global Media and Communications Quarterly focusses on trends in mergers and acquisitions in the Telecommunications, Media and Technology industry.

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[Newsletter] Hong Kong Court casts doubt on the ability of minority lenders to enforce independently

It has long been considered that lenders under a syndicated facility retain a right to seek to recover their portion of a loan directly following a payment default, typically by seeking the ...

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[Newsletter] CFTC Proposes New Rules Relating to Margin Requirements for Cross-Border Non-Cleared Swaps Swaps Update

On July 14, 2015, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) published new rules with respect to the cross-border application of the CFTC’s margin requirements (the Proposed Rule)...

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Don't catch a falling knife: navigating volatility in the PRC

The current volatility in the Chinese stock market has been giving investors in the PRC and the Asia Pacific region generally something of a roller coaster ride as well as producing...

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[Newsletter] Vietnam publishes new regulations for derivatives market

On 1 July 2015, Decree 42/2015/ND-CP (Decree 42) became effective. This represents the first phase in setting out the legal framework for trading derivatives securities in Vietnam and is an ...

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[International Trade Alert] U.S. Government Steps Up Cybersecurity Efforts With New Rules for Export Controls, Economic Sanctions International Trade Alert

With cybersecurity dominating the headlines, the U.S. government has taken several recent steps to target the national security threat posed by cybercriminals and hackers with new...

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[Newsletter] Trade Promotion Authority Debate Heads to House International Trade Alert

Capping two weeks of debate, the Senate voted 62-37 just before Memorial Day recess to restore trade promotion authority, sending the bill to the House of Representatives.

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