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SFC test cases — such as SFC v Tiger Asia — have sought to use section 213 of the SFO as a third route of market misconduct enforcement.
This briefing provides an update on the implementing regulations of the Law of Mongolia on the Regulation of Foreign Investment in Business Entities Operating in Sectors of Strategic Importance.
Antitrust enforcement against abuse of IPRs and anti-competitive conduct in the high-technology sector — an update from China
SAIC has held a meeting to obtain feedback on the latest draft of the IPR abuse regulation.
The Dutch Supreme Court has ruled that uncollected dividend tax liability is part of taxable profits.
Hogan Lovells has released the 13 May edition of Employment News.
Myanmar has formally acceded to the New York Convention — according to a depositary notification issued by the secretary-general of the UN on 24 April 2013.
The Chinese Ministry of Commerce has stepped up its merger control activities on many fronts in recent weeks.
The May 2013 edition of Hogan Lovells’ Corporate Newsletter is available now.
The new Hong Kong Companies Ordinance is planned to come into operation in the first quarter of 2014.
Supreme Court denial of certiorari leaves exclusive dealing and loyalty discount jurisprudence in flux
The treatment of exclusive dealing and loyalty discounts is in a state of flux.
English civil law essentially comprises legislation by Parliament and decisions by the courts. There is no civil code.
The US EPA has unveiled a new approach to evaluating climate change impacts under NEPA — monetising social costs of CO2.
The Hong Kong Minimum Wage Ordinance (Cap. 608) came into force on 1 May 2011 and introduced a statutory minimum hourly wage rate of HKD28.
The Life Sciences Law Review explores legal issues of special interest to pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device companies in 27 jurisdictions.
OIG’s ‘Special Fraud Alert on Physician-Owned Entities’ is the strongest statement to date that investing in or doing business with a POD is a significant Antikickback law risk.
The FERC has issued a notice of proposed rulemaking to approve, subject to certain modifications, Version 5 of the CIP Standards proposed by the NERC.
The parliament of Mongolia has approved an amendment to its strategic foreign investment law.
Hogan Lovells has released the latest edition of Employment News, focusing on warnings, employment reforms and whistleblowing.
On 28 March, the Arbitration (Amendment) Bill was gazetted. The bill proposes to amend the Arbitration Ordinance to support incoming revisions to the HKIAC Rules.
On 11 April 2013, a press conference was held in Shanghai to announce the establishment of the Shanghai International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission.