At the crossroads of litigation and arbitration: restraining foreign litigation proceedings with an anti-suit injunctionVery often, parties to a contract may – whether intentionally or unintentionally – elect to disregard a binding agreement to arbitrate
There is a lot of talk these days about pipeline, about targets for female partners, directors and the like. In my own firm, Hogan Lovells, globally women comprise 23 per cent of partners and 53 per cent of associates and other lawyers. In finance women comprise 14 per cent of partners. We have a...
In Spain, there are several legal texts that could be applicable to resolve compensation derived from an air accident. Each one of those legal texts regulates different maximum terms to exercise the civil liability action in order to claim for the compensation derived from an air accident. Spanish...
The UPC is coming
In the advent of the Unitary Patent patent holders, in Germany and elsewhere in Europe, ask themselves what the future will bring. It's not the continuing uncertainty about the fee schedule, but first and foremost the question of the right choice. Some patentees have gotten so...
The German Federal Court of Justice (Bundesgerichtshof - BGH) has referred to the European Court of Justice (ECJ) the question as to whether producers can be held liable for suspected defects.
The ruling of the ECJ on this question might influence many rulings on product liability law. The question...
Peter A Ivanick Hogan Lovells New York
From the US Supreme Court to the Treasury Department to insolvency forums, including state courts in insurance insolvency cases, 2013–2014 developments were significant.
The US Treasury Department, through the Financial Stability Oversight Council, designated a...