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Arbitration Highlights in the Year of the Rabbit

As the world continues to celebrate the Year of the Rabbit, we look back at seven decisions that made an impact over the past year.

Published Works

FTC Non-Compete Ban: A Right to Unfairly Compete? The Federal Lawyer

Hogan Lovells Houston lawyers Lee Whitesell and Jillian Beck discuss the complex and important issue of non-compete agreements.


Saudi Center for Commercial Arbitration publishes updated arbitration rules

Saudi Arabia has taken a number of steps over recent years to modernize its arbitration laws, as well as establishing the Saudi Center for Commercial Arbitration (the "SCCA") in...


Denial of process – Hong Kong court sets aside award, finding arbitrator's conduct "seriously flawed"

A Hong Kong court has set aside an HKIAC Final Award finding that the arbitrator's conduct was so "seriously flawed" and "egregious" that there had been a serious...

Hogan Lovells Podcasts

"Thanks... Good Talk" Shortcast

Ivan Zapien focuses his shortcast on the issues, people, and culture that help shape Washington, D.C.


A right to be heard – Hong Kong court says it need only be "reasonable"

Parties to an arbitration only need to be given a "reasonable" opportunity to present their case and to address the cases of their opponents under the Hong Kong Arbitration...


Update on digitalization of Civil Litigation procedures in Japan

Promulgated on May 25th, 2022, the amended Japanese Code of Civil Procedure has a significant update especially regarding digitalization of civil litigation procedures.


Agreement reached on new maritime biodiversity treaty

After nearly two decades of on-off negotiations, agreement was reached on March 4, 2023 on a draft agreement under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (“UNCLOS”) ...


The EU and the United Kingdom develop strategic partnerships with Canada on critical raw materials

Critical raw materials, such as rare earths, lithium and cobalt, are essential to the energy transition and to modern and green technologies. As States compete to secure these materials,...

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