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Posted in Policy & Regulation

Webinar: How to effectively do business with UK government

Doing business with governments – winning opportunities, negotiating successfully, and delivering profitability – is an art and a science. At a time of unprecedented government intervention, it has never been more important to ensure effective engagement, whether to win new contracts or secure investments, grants, or loans. You know how to succeed in the United States. In this webinar, we … Continue Reading

Posted in M&A

Negotiating M&A transactions in the COVID-19 era: considerations for navigating new opportunities in uncertain waters

As businesses around the world continue to adapt to new day-to-day realities and challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, priorities necessarily shift to near-term concerns. Nevertheless, times of significant disruption also give rise to new opportunities for both strategic buyers and financial sponsors.

Whether in the form of distressed M&A, defensive M&A, or strategic combinations – many industries are … Continue Reading

Posted in Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, Copyright, Cybersecurity, Data Protection & Privacy, Intellectual Property, Internet, Policy & Regulation, Technology

A Turning Point for Tech – Global survey on digital regulation

Whilst political uncertainty may have businesses’ attention fixed, the Hogan Lovells Global Survey on Digital Regulation: ‘A Turning Point for Tech’ suggests that tech companies should be looking elsewhere. During yesterday’s launch at Hogan Lovells’ London Office, editor of the survey, Falk Schoening uncovered the 452 digital regulations that had been proposed across 16 jurisdictions in just six months of … Continue Reading