Brexit 2020 Webinar Series – Webinar 2: Engaging with the Exit Process

It is now almost impossible to imagine that the United Kingdom will not leave the European Union on 31 January 2020.

Navigating through European and US FDI screening mechanisms

The European Union and various EU Member States are actively strengthening their foreign direct investment (FDI) screening mechanisms amid increasing global trade and geopolitical tensions.

Snap Brexit webinar: Your guide to the latest developments

On 24 September 2019 the Supreme Court found unanimously that the power to prorogue Parliament is limited in law by other fundamental constitutional principles, including the constitutional ...

National Security on the rise FIRRMA and the UK EU Foreign Investment Screening reforms

Increased scrutiny of foreign investments has led the U.S., UK, and EU to further expand or develop new legislation to ensure that these investments do not pose a threat to national...

American Conference Institute's 11th Flagship Conference on Economic Sanctions, Enforcement, and Compliance

Hogan Lovells partner Lourdes Catrain will be speaking at the upcoming American Conference Institute's 11th Flagship Conference on Economic Sanctions, Enforcement, and Compliance. She will...

MLex and Hogan Lovells lunch talk: Foreign Direct Investment Control: Time to act for Europe?

The European Commission has proposed a framework for the screening of foreign direct investments. Does this serve the goal of defending European strategic interests or is it only another...

The WorldECR Export Controls and Sanctions Forum: Washington D.C. 2017

Anthony Capobianco, Lourdes Catrain, and Stephen Propst are speaking at the WorldECR Export Controls & Sanctions Forum in Washington D.C.

The WorldECR Export Controls and Sanctions Forum: London 2017

Lourdes Catrain and Jamie Rogers are speaking at the WorldECR Export Controls & Sanctions Forum in London on what Brexit means for export controls and sanctions.

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