Area of focus

Tech Litigation

Technology evolves quickly. It is increasingly difficult to predict technology’s direction and evolution. Many cyber incidents, such as data breaches and cyberattacks, are also followed by litigation, whether in the form of government investigations or enforcement actions, or private party civil litigation seeking millions of dollars in damages.

When disputes relating to the supply, performance, or financing of IT equipment, solutions, or services, or relating to cyber incidents arise, you need a strategic...

Representative experience

Licensor in litigation with licensee arising from licensee’s failure to take delivery of US$23m in agreed quantities of cellular digital packet data network equipment and software.

One of world’s largest software developers in litigation involving alleged breach of license, copyright infringement, and trade secret misappropriation.

We represented a global company in a claim that they were in breach of a framework licensing agreement governing the use of software in 40+ jurisdictions.

We represented a university hospital in a dispute relating to its Cyberknife surgical program. Our client was alleged to have appropriated claimed joint venture opportunities.

Hogan Lovells Publications

How Article 82 of the GDPR has revised the rules on liability, compensation claims, and class actions when data breaches occur in Europe

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is driving tremendous changes in the European Union (EU), and companies that haven’t implemented their data protection requirements could ...

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Blurred boundaries: The latest developments in class actions, mulitclaimant actions, and cross-border litigation in the EU and U.S.

The Second Edition Blurred Boundaries captures the most essential collective action developments across the EU Member States and the United States. It addresses details on the blurred...

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Following a cyber attack, IoT device manufacturers, data controllers, and sellers could face liability under the EU’s Product Liability Directive and the GDPR

Advancements in technology may provide consumers with a continuous stream of upgraded products, but they’re also proving that current security and privacy regulations fall short...

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Over-the-air software updates for IoT devices present companies with product liability and safety opportunities — and challenges

Mobile devices within the Internet of Things (IoT) are continuously benefitting from rapid technological advancements. And once those devices are sold to consumers, over-the-air (OTA)...

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Publications

China data privacy policy case implications for browse wrap and implied consent

On 12 October 2016, Hangzhou West Lake District People's Court issued its decision concerning the enforceability of a data privacy policy forming part of the Alibaba's Taobao user...

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The Internet of Things - Planning for the Next Wave of Patent Litigation

Dr. Chris Mammen has been litigating patents and technology cases since the start of the first dot.com boom in the late 1990s. His experience spans cellular communications, microchips, HD...

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