Financial sanctions as a tool of foreign policy – Taking stock of the latest U.S., EU, French and UK sanctions developments

Now more than ever the international sanctions legal landscape is evolving and becoming more challenging and complex, and difficult to navigate. Increasing protectionist trends mean...

U.S. sanctions on Hong Kong and its legal and financial implications

Hogan Lovells registered foreign lawyer Ben Kostrzewa will participate in the Centre of Chinese Law of the University of Hong Kong sponsored webinar on the legal consequences of the recent...

Preparing for the USMCA’s facility-specific rapid response labor mechanism: The revolution is upon us

On 1 July, the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) entered into force. Contained in the USMCA is a regime, the Facility-Specific Rapid Response Labor Mechanism (RRLM), by which...

Managing supply chain risks effectively in times of crisis, in partnership with French Chamber of Great Britain

Please join Hogan Lovells' partner Aline Doussin for a webinar titled Managing supply chain risks effectively in times of crisis. In partnership with French Chamber of Great Britain, we...

COVID-19-Challenges for supply chains in international business relationships: An Indo-German perspective

India and Germany have a long history of bilateral trade and investment in a variety of sectors including IT, automotive, and pharmaceuticals. The COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent...

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...

Can the MPIA save WTO dispute settlement? Critical perspectives and views

Please join Kelly Ann Shaw, partner at Hogan Lovells and the SRC, on June 16 at 10:00 a.m. ET (4 p.m. CET/7:30 p.m. New Delhi) for the first part of a webinar series exploring the...

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