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The Federal Trade Commission has taken the first step to launching a far-reaching study of the impact that patent assertion entities have on innovation and competition.
The CJEU has confirmed that a parent company can be held liable and fined by the European Commission for the antitrust infringements of its 50:50 joint venture in the EU.
On 30 September, key changes to the Takeover Code come into effect.
Retired NFL players settle concussion litigation, but potential insurance implications to be determined
The NFL and helmet manufacturer Riddell Inc faced lawsuits from thousands of former NFL players alleging that injuries sustained during their NFL careers resulted in neurological damage.
The European Court has given its preliminary view that a woman who has a child by a surrogate mother is entitled to the benefit of EU pregnancy and maternity rights.
Congress is working on new Iran sanctions legislation that would further target the activities of non-US companies with Iran, even when the activity has no US nexus.
Depending on the level of breach, a failure to adhere to a grievance procedure is capable of amounting to or being part of a breach of the implied term of trust and confidence.
Vince Cable has announced that there is to be a government consultation on zero-hours contracts.
An employer’s failure to allow an employee to have his appeal against the rejection of a grievance dealt with by a different manager could amount to a breach of the implied duty of trust and confidence.
New Third Circuit decision toughens standard for class certification when information about individual consumers is lacking
A recent decision has toughened the standard for class certification when information about individual consumers is lacking.
A federal judge has largely denied a series of motions seeking dismissal of various ‘pay-for-delay’ claims brought by direct and indirect purchasers involving AstraZeneca’s Nexium drug.
The Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security has proposed significant revisions to the unverified list provisions in the Export Administration Regulations.
The claimant in Rynda (UK) Ltd v Rhijnsburger had insufficient continuity of service to bring a claim for unfair dismissal based on her service with Rynda.
Carmelli Bakeries v Benali shows that even where an employee admits gross misconduct, there is no guarantee that the resulting dismissal will be fair.
A working group tasked with making recommendations for optimal regulation of health information technology delivered its final report to the Food and Drug Administration.
The much-maligned Equality Act provision making employers potentially liable for harassment of employees by third parties will disappear on 1 October.
The Internet of Things (‘IOT’), or the Internet of Everything, has become a popular buzzword in recent times. But what does it really mean?
US Department of State issues significant changes to ITAR brokering, registration and other related provisions
On 26 August 2013, the US Department of State issued its long-awaited brokering regulations as an interim final rule.
Tougher competition law enforcement regime in Belgium — new Belgian competition law enters into force
On 1 September 2013, a new Belgian Competition Act entered into force. The new rules introduce significant procedural changes.
There are many facets surrounding foreign exchange, but Hogan Lovells has looked specifically into these new rules to see how they will affect cross-border IP transactions.