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Tag Archives: IP Transactions

Posted in Deal Trends, intellectual property

M&A 2018 in Review and 2019 Outlook: IP in the mix

Around the globe and across a wide variety of industry sectors, our IP practice collaborated with our corporate and other practice areas of our firm to provide integrated legal services for our clients and friends on exciting, challenging, and innovative M&A transactions, and shared many successes throughout 2018. Once again, your transactions propelled Hogan Lovells to top 10 M&A rankings … Continue Reading

Posted in Copyright, designs, Policy & Regulation Sahira KhwajaClare Matheson

Real Estate Horizons: The Power of the Brand

Real Estate Horizons is a snapshot of key legal topics and market trends across the globe. This post higlights the importance of IP rights in this sector. With property developments increasingly focusing on experience and becoming “destinations” or lifestyle brands in their own right, branding has become an essential element of the development process. Therefore, protecting your IP rights is … Continue Reading

Posted in Copyright

U.S.: Innovation Lounge networking event, October 17

Join us on October 17 for our Hogan Lovells Innovation Lounge, a networking event in our Washington, D.C. office aimed for associate-level attorneys and professionals with an interest in tech. Catch up with old friends and make new connections as a panel of industry disruptors discuss their cutting-edge technologies and the legal issues that arise in development and commercialization. … Continue Reading

Posted in Copyright, Entertainment & Content

US – Put your finger on the IP pulse: Law in The Global Marketplace Symposium

Emerging technologies. Rapidly evolving markets. Changing regulatory frameworks. Businesses around the globe are affected by these influences and intellectual property (IP) plays a central role. On 4th November, Hogan Lovells, Santa Clara University’s High Tech Law Institute, and the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology are bringing together the IP industry’s thought leaders to discuss these issues and start a … Continue Reading