Hogan Lovells

  • Top 10 in Law Blogs: Ebola on a Cruise, Fastcase Review, Connected Cars

    For those who are growing wearing of posts on Ebola being in the Top 10, my apologies—but the ones I’ve seen today are by far the most out there. Jim Walker writes on an Ebola quarantine on a cruse ship and Christopher McKinney writes on people potentially being fired for Ebola concerns. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 155.

    9 readers - Colin O'Keefe/ Real Lawyers Have Blogs
  • Preview of the Global Data Protection Conference in Mauritius: Hogan Lovells Partner to Play Prominent Role

    Home > News & Events > Preview of the Global Data Protection Conference in Mauritius: Hogan Lovells Partner to Play Prominent Role From 13 to 16 October 2014, privacy regulators and data protection authorities from around the world will be gathering together with experts in the field – including our London-based partner Eduardo Ustaran – to discuss, debate and hopefully agree on how .

    5 readers - HL Chronicle of Data Protection
    • Winnik International Telecoms & Internet Forum

      Please join us for the third annual Winnik International Telecoms & Internet Forum, which will be held on 22 October 2014 at Hogan Lovells’ Washington, D.C. office. This forum brings together professionals from around the world for an afternoon of high-level discussion on current topics in international telecoms, media, and the Internet landscape. Please register using the link on the right.
      6 readers - Global Media and Communications Watch

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    • Video: Legal Cheek Careers at Gray’s Inn

      …, Hardwicke, Mayer Brown, Hogan Lovells, Norton Rose Fulbright, the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives and City University Law School. Afterwards the students and panellists chatted together informally as they enjoyed drinks and nibbles kindly provided by Gray’s Inn. One lucky student won an iPad Mini, courtesy of the ‘Future of Law Fortune Cookie…

      3 readers - Legal Cheek
    • Hogan Lovells Launches Unmanned Aircraft Systems Group

      … As commercial use of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) begins to take flight, the Hogan Lovells Privacy and Information Management practice has partnered with colleagues across the firm to respond to the needs of manufacturers and operators of UAS. The launch of the group comes at a time when government activity to regulate UAS is creating both new…

      2 readers - HL Chronicle of Data Protection
    • IBM Pays Globalfoundries $1.5B to Take Over Chip Business

      … Cravath, Hogan Lovells and Weil advise as IBM agrees to pay Santa Clara, Calif.-based Globalfoundries, Inc. $1.5 billion in cash to take on its money-losing semiconductor business, including manufacturing plants and intellectual property. Sign up for a free digital membership and get great benefits like: Already Registered? Sign In now…

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      • Tech Players Line Up Against ITC Ban on Digital Files

        Congress gave the U.S. International Trade Commission the power to bar imports of products that infringe U.S. patents or otherwise offer their makers an unfair competitive edge. But should the ITC be able to block the flow of information as well? Sign up for a free digital membership and get great benefits like: Alr ...

        The Litigation Daily
      • Six Am Law 100 Firms Smooth Way for Another Pipeline Deal

        As the U.S. moves to become the world's largest oil producer, lawyers from Cooley, Latham & Watkins, McGuireWoods, Norton Rose Fulbright, Simpson Thacher & Bartlett and Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz are helping QEP Resources unload its natural gas pipeline and processing unit for $2.5 billion in cash to Tesoro Logistics, a refinery operator owned by Tesoro Corp.

        The American Lawyer
      • Lawyer Escapes Sanctions over Fosamax Trial 'Tirade'

        Four years after a federal district judge in New York lambasted a products liability lawyer for going overboard in his closing arguments during a bellwether trial against Merck & Co. Inc., an appeals court has vacated sanctions against the attorney. Sign up for a free digital membership and get great benefits like: ...

        3 readers - The Litigation Daily
      • Skadden Continues M&A Hot Streak With Two Big Deals

        The firm, which earlier this month took the top spot on three separate rankings for its M&A work, is representing longtime client Permira Advisers on its $3.5 billion sale of Arysta LifeScience Ltd. to Platform Specialty Products. Skadden is also advising British Columbia Investment Management Corporation as it partners with Macquarie Infrastructure and Real A ...

        1 readers - The Am Law Daily
    • Drone Practices Take Off at Hogan Lovells, MoFo

      … on ALM events and products The American Lawyer digital newsletter, plus your choice of more than 30 digital newsletters Access on the device of your choice: smartphone, tablet, or desktop Unlimited free access to Corporate Counsel and Law Technology News online…

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      • Am Law Firms in Africa See Minimal Effects of Ebola—For Now

        The outbreak of the virus has led to postponed conferences, travel restrictions and reliance on video conferences with clients for some firms doing business in West Africa, where the virus has taken its greatest toll. But for the most part, it's been business as usual. Sign up for a free digital membership and get great benefits like: ...

        3 readers - The Am Law Daily
      • Trinity Battles Guardrail Claims as Texas Trial Nears Close

        Three months after a whistleblower's billion-dollar case against a major Texas manufacturer of highway guardrail systems ended in a mistrial, platoons of lawyers for both sides are gearing up for closing arguments in a retrial now underway in Marshall, Texas. Sign up for a free digital membership and get great benefits like: Al ...

        5 readers - The Litigation Daily
      • Covington Gains QualComm Work, Loses Two Litigators

        Wireless technology company Qualcomm tapped Covington & Burling to advise on its proposed $2.5 billion acquisition of CSR, a British chipmaker known for its Bluetooth technology. At the same time, the firm saw two top litigators handling Deepwater Horizon-related oil spill work for BP depart its Beltway base for Kirkland & Ellis. Sign up for a free digital memb ...

        The American Lawyer
      • Fried Frank Picks Up Tax Duo in New York, London

        A month after losing its former leader and two other capital markets partners to Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Wall Street mainstay Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson is bringing on two tax partners from King & Spalding and Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe. Sign up for a free digital membership and get great benefits li ...

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      • Ambac Loses Bid to Revive JPMorgan RMBS Contract Claims

        Siding with defense lawyers at Sullivan & Cromwell, an appeals court in New York affirmed a decision dismissing breach of contract claims by Ambac against EMC Mortgage, a Bear Stearns unit acquired by JPMorgan Chase & Co. Sign up for a free digital membership and get great benefits like: Already Registere ...

        3 readers - The Litigation Daily
    • Winnik International Telecoms & Internet Forum

      … Telecommunications Bureau Dean Brenner, Senior Vice President for Government Affairs, Qualcomm Michael Brown, Vice President of Security Product Management and Research, BlackBerry Charlie Giordano, Chief Technology Officer for GE Healthcare Life Care Kathleen Ham, Vice President of Federal Regulatory Affairs, T-Mobile David Jeppsen, Vice President…

      6 readers - Global Media and Communications Watch
    • How One Firm Tracked an Oligarch—and Billions in Fraud

      …Mukhtar Ablyazov lived a fairy tale life until Hogan Lovells persuaded the world's toughest antifraud courts to get much tougher. Sign up for a free digital membership and get great benefits like: Already Registered? Sign In now 5 free articles* every 30 days, from other ALM publications Exclusive discounts on ALM events and products The American…

      1 readers - The Litigation Daily
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      • Litigator of the Week: Lewis Remele Jr. of Bassford Remele

        Capping years of litigation over an arbitration gone awry, Remele helped secure an estimated $800 million victory for Seagate in a trade secrets battle with rival hard drive maker Western Digital. Sign up for a free digital membership and get great benefits like: Already Registered? Sign In now 5 ...

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      • Four Firms Grab Roles on Gentiva’s Kindred Combination

        Gentiva Health Services, one of the nation’s largest home health care and hospice companies, will be absorbed into Kindred Healthcare in a $1.8 billion cash, stock and debt deal that will create the country’s largest rehabilitation and hospice services provider. Cleary Gottlieb, Gibson Dunn, Greenberg Traurig and Weil, Gotshal & Manges have landed lead roles on the transaction.

        The American Lawyer
      • Am Law 100 Firms Capitalize on Two Big Pharma Deals

        Sullivan & Cromwell, Latham & Watkins, McDermott Will & Emery and Sidley Austin advised on Impax Laboratories' purchase of Tower Holdings for $700 million. Sullivan & Cromwell also counseled Endo International on a separate pharmaceutical deal in which the company agreed to pay $2.6 billion for Auxilium Pharmaceuticals, itself advised by Morgan, Lewis & Bocki ...

        3 readers - The American Lawyer
      • Court Revives SOX Whistleblower's Case Against JPMorgan

        Thanks to an earlier decision by the Second Circuit that lowered the requirements for asserting whistleblower claims under Sarbanes-Oxley, JPMorgan Chase must again face allegations that it fired a former vice president for raising suspicions about a favored client. Sign up for a free digital membership and get great benefits like: ...

        The Litigation Daily
    • Weekly Tax Roundup

      … Accounts New York Times, What the Indictment of ‘The Situation’ Tells Us About the Tax Code, by Neil Irwin NYU Law Tax Blog, Address by Jason Furman: Business Tax Reform and Economic Growth Tax Analysts Blog, Should We Give Up On Reagan Style Tax Reform?, by Martin A. Sullivan Tax Policy Blog, Tax Inversions are the Canary in the Coal Mine…

      2 readers - Paul Caron/ TaxProf Blog