Practice

Litigation

To defend your hard-won advantage or to implement new business strategies, you need thoughtful, effective, and timely advice — advice that is pragmatic and creative, and backed by long experience.

Representative experience

A major international bank involved in LIBOR investigations in the US, UK, and EU involving multiple regulators and complex issues under various domestic and international laws.

One of the largest banks in Kazakhstan in asset recovery litigation concerning fraudulent transactions of over US$6bn entered into by its former management.

Representing world’s largest turbine supplier in arbitration and bankruptcy proceedings related to a US$2bn power generation facility in the U.S.

Acting for government of Vietnam in UNCITRAL arbitration under France-Vietnam Bilateral Investment Treaty in connection with health industry investment in Vietnam.

A Fortune 200 company regarding a DOJ and SEC investigation into allegations that it paid bribes to secure a contract in China and similar allegations elsewhere.

Defending a pharmaceutical company on a substantial U.S. federal criminal investigation in connection with the promotion, marketing, and sale of one of their drugs.

Hogan Lovells Publications

IRS renews focus on cryptocurrency-related offenses

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has signaled for years that it would eventually bring enforcement actions against individuals who failed to report cryptocurrency gains. It appears that...

Quick view Full view

Hogan Lovells Publications

Vietnam issues new regulations implementing its Anti-Corruption Law, effective 15 August 2019 Litigation, Arbitration, and Employment Alert

On 1 July 2019 the Vietnamese government issued new regulations pursuant to Decree No. 59/2019/ND-CP (the New Regulations), which will take effect on 15 August 2019.

Quick view Full view

Awards and Rankings

Hogan Lovells duo named among Washington, D.C.’s “Rising Stars”

The National Law Journal has named Hogan Lovells partners Lillian S. Hardy and Sean Marotta to its 2019 D.C. Rising Stars list. The list, highlighted in the August issue, features 40 D.C....

Quick view Full view

Blog Post

N v RBS: Terminating a banking relationship without notice where money laundering is suspected

A recent High Court judgment has held that a bank was not in breach of contract for closing a customer's account without notice in circumstances where the bank had suspicion of money...

Quick view Full view

Hogan Lovells Publications

Round-up: Indonesia

Round-up: Indonesia is our new quarterly newsletter, rounding up all the latest legal updates and events in Jakarta.

Quick view Full view
Loading data