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FIG Bulletin, 13 September 2019

We are delighted to send you our latest e-newsletter, setting out recent regulatory developments of interest to financial institutions.

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Time to weed out knotweed – is Europe leading the way?

Are we overly cautious when dealing with Japanese knotweed? Are other countries more proportionate in their approach? And do we need a new risk assessment to better reflect the situation on ...

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Chain reaction: Managing financial risk and exposure in the automotive supply chain

Hogan Lovells partners Joe Bannister (UK), Heiko Tschauner (Germany), and Chris Donoho (U.S.) are part of the firm’s Business Restructuring and Insolvency practice. Bannister and his...

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Broader than Brexit podcast series

Businesses around the world are assessing the potential impact of socio-economic and political uncertainty. This climate will influence their operations and the commercial and investment...

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Trade controls and foreign investment reviews involving China continue to expand

Against the backdrop of China’s growing economic, political and military influence worldwide, the United States is reassessing its economic relationship with China, particularly with...

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Watch: Platform-to-business trading practices in the European Union

We expect to see more legislation, policies, and public debate regarding the regulation of online platforms globally.

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Final guidance provides additional clarity to the Humanitarian Device Exemption program

On 6 September 2019 the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA or the agency) issued its final guidance document entitled "Humanitarian Device Exemption (HDE) Program."

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State Department signals increased focus on surveillance technology and human rights abuses

On 4 September 2019 the U.S. State Department issued "Draft 'U.S. Government Guidance for the Export of Hardware, Software and Technology with Surveillance Capabilities and/or...


EUIPO: Repeat Trademark Applications for Same Classes Can Equate to Bad Faith

In July, the Second Board of Appeal of EUIPO declared the MONOPOLY trade mark invalid to the extent that the underlying application covered goods and services for which the trade mark was...

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