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Financial Industry Trends to Watch 10 Years After the Collapse of Lehman Brothers

Lehman Brothers’ collapse a decade ago changed the financial services industry and brought about stronger regulation around the world. Now efforts to relax those regulations have...

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French legal and regulatory update – July to October 2018

The Paris office of Hogan Lovells is pleased to provide this English language edition of our monthly e - newsletter, which offers a legal and regulatory update covering France and Europe...

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Going global: the spread of U.S.-style M&A litigation to Europe

Buying or selling any company involves risk and uncertainty. And sometimes even the most strategic and well-planned M&A transaction does not deliver the planned benefits. This is one...

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Hong Kong court refuses to enforce an arbitral award on the basis of violation of public policy

In Z and Y [2018] HKCFI 2342, the Hong Kong Court of First Instance (CFI) refused to recognize and enforce an arbitral award (Award) of the China Guangzhou Arbitration Commission...

Published Works

Referral of arbitrations to court adjudication

In South Africa, arbitration has become a more appealing alternative to battling an opponent in court. Arbitrations tend to be more efficient, expedient and convenient for litigating...

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Adoption of new HKIAC arbitration rules

The Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC) announced on 18 October 2018 that it updated its Administered Arbitration Rules, which had entered into effect on 1 November 2018. A...

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CFA limits defence for insider dealers

On 12 October 2018, the Court of Final Appeal (CFA) found former executives of a listed company, Asia TeleMedia Limited (ATML) culpable for insider dealing. The majority four to one...

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Successor liability: Stamping out corruption is good for business

The responsibility to "clean up" corrupt business practices in the developing world has more often than not fallen to foreign-based investors as opposed to the authorities in those...

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