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Hogan Lovells Podcasts

Podcast: Talking the cure

Our team is always thinking about how to conquer and foresee the most significant industry issues facing our clients. Over the next year, we will touch on cutting-edge topics such as...

Insights and Analysis

The SPC Manufacturing Waiver: how it works and potential issues
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Until recently, the “SPC Manufacturing Waiver” law did not have a major impact in practice as its application was initially limited to SPCs that are applied for on or after 1...


Trends and Developments in the German Life Sciences & Health Care industry

Germany is one of the most important and developed healthcare markets in the world. Legal developments are complex and often connected, whether in the areas of advanced therapies, digital...

Media Mention

Hsu Untied interview with Andreas von Falck HsuUntied

Partner Andreas Von Falck spoke with Richard Hsu on the ABA award-winning podcast HsuUntied.

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Energy Transition - Impacts on your business
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Energy transition describes the global shift away from fossil fuels towards meeting global energy demand through a smart and efficient energy eco-system producing sustainable greenhouse gas ...

Published Works

Patent Litigation 2021 guide Chambers and Partners

A cross-border team contributed to the Chambers and Partners "Patent Litigation 2021" guide.


COVID-19 IP update: impact on litigation

The Hogan Lovells IP & Media Technology team is closely following the impact of COVID-19 on the operation of Courts around the world and what this means in practice for clients...


German Federal Court of Justice decides first FRAND case post Huawei vs ZTE -"Sisvel vs Haier"

The Federal Court of Justice revoked the decision of the Dusseldorf appeals court which originally had allowed Haier's FRAND defence. The written grounds of the decision have not been...


German Federal Constitutional Court declares Act of Approval to the UPCA to be null and void

On Friday, 20 March 2020, the Federal Constitutional Court (FCC) published its decision on the Constitutional Complaint filed against the national German Act of Approval to the ...

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