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Andrea Gregory DiSandro

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Hogan Lovells Innovation Lounge talks data privacy, drones, 3D printing, autonomous vehicles and AI. Catch the next edition in July

On April 16 we held the latest Innovation Lounge at our Washington D.C. office. Law students, associates, counsel, and government employees alike listened to a select panel of tech titans from Koch, MOBORK, Rosetta Stone, and GE address the latest issues in the innovative tech and regulatory space. Senior Associate Andrea DiSandro chaired the event

Join Us: Hogan Lovells Innovation Lounge

April 16 from 5:30 – 8:30pm || Hogan Lovells, Washington, D.C. On April 16, join us for a networking event highlighting cutting-edge technology. Joining us are four industry trailblazers discussing a range of innovative technologies, research, and ideas. The conversation will explore existing and forthcoming legal issues associated with our panelists pioneering work. Hors d’oeuvres and drinks will be served

UPDATE – TTB’s proposed labeling modernization: What alcoholic beverage companies need to know

Recently, an interdisciplinary team from our IPMT and Food Regulatory practices discussed a pending proposed rulemaking from the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB), the primary federal agency that regulates alcohol beverages. On November 26, 2018 TTB proposed modernizing its labeling and advertising regulations with the goal of making the current regulations simpler

U.S. – Top takeaways from TTB’s proposed labeling modernization: What alcoholic beverage companies need to know

If you make a living producing and selling alcohol beverages, congratulations, you are beloved by many! As someone who manufactures spirits, wine, beer, or other alcohol beverages, you not only address the high demand for your libations, but also the complex and often confusing regulations that affect your business. Now, however, you have the opportunity

U.S. Music Modernization Act: Copyright law changes its tune

Over the years, tastes have shifted from bands like the Beatles and Led Zeppelin to more electronically-produced sounds. But no matter your opinion of Justin Bieber’s or Lady Gaga’s artistic chops, there’s no doubt music – and the industry that supports it – has evolved. And, as music changes, so must the laws and regulations