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Coronavirus: The Hill and the Headlines, March 5 2021

Your guide to the latest Hill developments, news narratives, and media headlines from Hogan Lovells Government Relations and Public Affairs practice.

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Coronavirus: The Hill and the Headlines, March 4 2021

Your guide to the latest Hill developments, news narratives, and media headlines from Hogan Lovells Government Relations and Public Affairs practice.

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Kalifa Review of UK Fintech: Policy and Regulation summary
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Announced in the 2020 Budget and launched in July 2020, Ron Kalifa's review into the UK FinTech industry seeks to identify opportunities to support further growth in the sector, and...

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Protect Duty: What does this new duty mean for owners and operators?
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Owners and operators of commercial properties could soon be required by law to consider the adequacy of security measures, systems and processes adopted at their sites and take steps to...

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The rise of political subdivisions as mass action and MDL plaintiffs In-House Defense Quarterly

Recent years have seen an explosion around a relatively new front in U.S. mass and multidistrict litigation: claims asserted by cities, counties, towns, and other state political...

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Going green: protecting sustainable products in Italy

In Italy, “green IP” is on the rise. High-end brands, for instance those in the fashion industry, are becoming more and more eager to adopt sustainable strategies. Still,...

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UK Budget 2021: Fiscal head-aches and a new UK infrastructure bank

The economic challenges faced by Chancellor Rishi Sunak in preparing his 2021 budget could not be more different to those that he faced when preparing his first budget, in 2020. His 2020...

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Brexit and Debt Capital Markets transactions – some practical perspectives
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Following the end of the Brexit transition period, debt capital markets participants may now need to consider both EU rules and the parallel UK rules for EU and UK transactions,...

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The UK’s Job Retention Scheme

Although the government’s Job Retention Scheme (JRS) was originally expected to close on 31 October 2020, the government has extended it on several occasions. Following the Budget on...

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