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Hogan Lovells has advised Henderson Group on the creation of a global real-estate investment management company with the TIAA-CREF.
This report, entitled Doing business in Africa, focuses on the challenges and opportunities facing those investing or operating in the world’s second-largest continent.
The employer in City and County of Swansea v Gayle was informed that an employee had been seen playing squash at a sports centre on two occasions when he was paid for being at work.
The claimant was a police community support officer. Her application to become a police constable revealed she had had a conviction 17 years previously that she had not disclosed.
The Data Protection Act (DPA) contains an exemption for personal data that is processed by an individual for the purposes of his or her personal affairs.
Hogan Lovells recognised by WILEF.
The Supreme Court has held that courts must enforce class arbitration waivers even where a plaintiff shows that it is economically infeasible to arbitrate individually.
The SEC has published answers by its staff to a dozen frequently asked questions relating to its rule requiring reporting companies under the Exchange Act to provide annual disclosures regarding conflict minerals.
On 31 May 2013, the parliament of Mongolia approved a revised version of the Law of Mongolia on Combatting Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing.
On 12 June the final version of the HKIAC rules was published.
The FDA has released draft guidance aimed at helping companies design studies that are more likely to support successful marketing applications in future.
On 25 June, three key changes come into force in the UK in relation to whistleblowing claims.
Hogan Lovells’ Global Client Forum has held its second Global Women’s Executive Summit.
Hogan Lovells advises UBS and Standard Chartered Bank.
Hogan Lovells advises in tax case.
Hogan Lovells received two Outstanding Achievement Awards at the Washington Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs’ (WLC) 45th Anniversary Wiley A Branton...
On 17 June, the Supreme Court finally weighed in on the issue of pharmaceutical patent settlement agreements involving so-called ‘reverse payments’.
The Netherlands Supreme Court has ruled that the partitioning doctrine is inapplicable in case of a change in law.
Hogan Lovells has won four categories at the Euromoney European Women in Business Law Awards 2013.
Hogan Lovells’ M&A practice has been awarded a Tier-1 ranking for M&A: large deals ($1bn-5bn) by Legal 500.