The corrosive effects of rising nationalism and the sheer complexity of conducting business on a global scale has made leading tech executives concerned about their companies’ ability to trade freely and secure the regulatory and other government approvals they need to compete successfully. These and other issues surfaced during a candid hour-long discussion between Hogan Lovells’ counsel Tom Sugrue and … Continue Reading
Businesses may often use peer-to-peer (“P2P“) telemarketing calls involving interpersonal communication to promote goods and services directly to customers. While such calls may be effective in some cases, they appear to be not so welcomed by customers in Hong Kong. A 2015 government consultancy study in Hong Kong reports that an overwhelming 96% of call recipients considered such … Continue Reading
The new EU Radio Equipment Directive 2014/53/EC (“RED”) applies to all radio equipment, such as products with mobile communication, Bluetooth or WiFi. It is replacing the former EU Directive on Radio and Telecommunication Terminal Equipment 1999/5/EC (“R&TTE Directive”).
RED has been applicable since 13 June 2016 but provided a one-year transitional period, during which companies were allowed to continue placing … Continue Reading