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Posted in Data Protection & Privacy, Internet, Policy & Regulation, Technology, Telecoms & Broadband Julie BrillWinston Maxwell

Hogan Lovells academic all-stars debate hot tech topics

On 17 March Hogan Lovells hosted a live webinar where several of our Global TMT thought leaders interviewed a panel of academic experts from our Law and Technology Academic Advisory Council on the key legal and tech trends for 2017, including regulation of artificial intelligence, competition law and big data, global privacy and copyright trends, and the future of broadband … Continue Reading

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Q&A with Joshua Gans, author of “The Disruption Dilemma”

Your recent book “The Disruption Dilemma” examines how disruption can destroy even the best managed corporations. The case studies in your book – the mobile phone industry disrupted by Apple, Blockbuster’s store-based video business disrupted Netflix – show that disruption is not a single phenomenon, and that there’s no single strategy for dealing with it. The case studies involving Fujifilm … Continue Reading

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Joshua Gans, Hogan Lovells, discuss disruption with French academics and regulators

Joshua Gans presented his new book, “The Disruption Dilemma“, at a seminar organized jointly by Hogan Lovells, and the Innovation and Regulation Chair of Telecom ParisTech and the Ecole Polytechnique. Gans was joined in the debate by Nicolas Curien, Professor of Economics and Commissioner at France’s audiovisual regulatory authority (CSA), Eric Paroche, competition partner at … Continue Reading