Sports and esports - the same but different?!

The esports market has grown exponentially over recent years. Today, it is lined up to be the next billion dollar industry, reaching broad global audiences and attracting heavy investment...

Consumer Horizons webinar - COVID-19, lessons learned and what's next while keeping your supply chain running

The consumer sector has faced unprecedented changes over the past year. Every aspect of business has been impacted and companies have drastically changed how they operate. A look ahead to...

Asia IP webinar 2020 – Recent trademark cases and trends you do not want to miss

In the latest in our series of Asia IP webinar, our multi-jurisdictional panel of speakers will take you through some of the recent major trademark cases in China and Japan.

Launch Webinar: API and Financial Services – Hogan Lovells' Open API Survival Guide 2.0

Application programming interfaces (API) are the lifeblood of the emerging digital economy. Join us to hear how API are reshaping the financial services landscape in Hong Kong, promising...

A bipartisan view of the 2020 election and its impact on U.S. foreign policy

Democratic nominee for president Joe Biden and Republican incumbent Donald Trump are preparing foreign policy platforms in the final months of the 2020 election cycle.

China Global Trade and CFIUS Compliance Update

The U.S. government has been expanding national security-based restrictions in connection with technical, business and academic activities involving China, which is having far-reaching...

Weathering COVID-19: A webinar series. Labor/Employment and Privacy - what Japanese companies need to know

Businesses in Japan and around the globe are experiencing significant challenges as a result of COVID-19. In this 70-minute webinar, Tokyo partner Hiroto Imai, Tokyo counsel Seiji Niwa,...

Expansion of export controls on China, Russia, and Venezuela

In the last few months, the United States has announced new rules that will significantly expand export restrictions on China, Russia, and Venezuela. On 28 April the U.S. Department of...

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