Publications

Published Works

A Commitment to Your Community—Defender of Rights American Bar Association

Stephanie Carman wrote the article "A Commitment to Your Community—Defender of Rights." The article discusses the benefits of pro bono and community work and describes opportunities...

Hogan Lovells Publications

To resolve international disputes, the automotive industry increasingly looks to international arbitration

Disputes happen in any commercial relationship, and when they happen to companies based in different countries, they get complicated. Traditionally, the first choice for disputing parties...

Published Works

Key Considerations in Investigations FEI Daily

Stephanie Carman and Tziporah Tapp co-authored this article on high-level considerations regarding what a company could do before and when faced with a government investigation.

Published Works

Coffee, Anyone? An Insider's Look at the Gender Disparity in International Arbitration IILP Review 2019-2020: The State of Diversity and Inclusion in the Legal Profession

International arbitration is a fascinating area of practice but when one is a Latina or other woman of color, the gender disparities with which one must deal are decidedly more complex than ...

Hogan Lovells Publications

Getting The Deal Through: M&A Litigation 2019 - United States Law Business Research

A joint Hogan Lovells & GTDT publication on M&A Litigation in the U.S.

Media Mention

Five Attorneys on Being the Only Women in the Room Law360

Partner Maria Ramirez shares her experiences as a woman in a largely male-dominated field.

Hogan Lovells Publications

U.S. and Brazilian Authorities Reportedly Cooperating in Investigation of Alleged Bribery and Price Fixing Related to Medical Equipment Sales in Brazil Client Alert

In a May 17, 2019 press report that has been widely distributed in Brazil and the United States, Brazilian Federal Prosecutor Marisa Ferrari confirmed that the U.S. Federal Bureau of...

Hogan Lovells Publications

U.S. policy reversal allows suits in U.S. courts and visa denials, for “trafficking” in confiscated property in Cuba Client Alert

Title III of the Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity (LIBERTAD) Act of 1996 (Helms-Burton) allows U.S. persons to bring an action in U.S. federal court to seek damages for...

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