Publications

Hogan Lovells Publications

TMT China Brief - Summer 2018

Cybersecurity in China remains a hot topic. The Cyber Security Law is already in place but the question is how this law is going to be interpreted and implemented. In this edition, we will...

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A changing landscape? What AT&T/Time Warner means for future deals

In one of the most significant antitrust cases in recent years, AT&T won the right to merge with Time Warner when Judge Richard Leon ruled in their favor.

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No fly zone: FCC proposes US$2.8 million penalty for marketing non-compliant drone AV accessories

The Federal Communications Commission is proposing to bring a US$2.8 million penalty against HobbyKing for marketing drone-attachable audio/video (AV) transmitters that operate on...

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How the Internet of Things could redefine product safety and liability in the EU

How big is the Internet of Things (IoT)? It’s likely that there will be tens of billions of connected devices in use by 2020. As this massive network of “things” keeps...

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Venture capital and private equity in Asia-Pacific in 2018

As one of the world's leading international law firms, with market-leading practices throughout Asia-Pacific, advising on headline deals such as Walmart's recent acquisition of a 77 per...

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New scientific data rules in China: China claims "data sovereignty"

In March of this year, the State Council released the Scientific Data Administrative Measures, a set of rules with the seemingly innocuous aim of collecting and making public the results of ...

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Data Class Actions: the era of mass data litigation

Class actions are commonplace in the United States but relatively rare in Europe.

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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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