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TMT Horizons 2019: Dynamism of TMT sector set to continue

Challengers can reach scale seemingly overnight, forcing market change at a similar speed. Established business models are upended, driving consolidation and restructuring. Regulators rush to respond, radically reshaping the environment. These trends show no sign of slowing down. This year’s TMT Horizons includes 22 short articles contributed by our lawyers around the globe, focusing on

Webinar, 20 June: China’s new Foreign Investment Law – IP protection & technology transfers and more…

On 15 March 2019, China passed a new Foreign Investment Law (“FIL”) that takes effect on 1 January 2020, which, when combined with a slimmed-down Negative List, and pre-market access national treatment outside of it, attempts to increase market access, prohibit forced transfers of technology, and consolidate existing rules relating to foreign direct investment (which

China’s first Data Protection Measures lifting its veils

On May 28, 2019, the Cyberspace Administration of China released the draft Measures on the Administration of Data Security (“Data Security Measures“, see our in-house English translation here) for public consultation. These Data Security Measures will be a great leap forward in China’s current data protection landscape, which mainly consists of scattered provisions contained in

Deal Dynamics: Headwinds make little impression on cross-border deal dynamics

For those operating in the TMT sector, the pace of change in technology and in business models seems only to be matched by the pace with which regulators rush to keep up. It can sometimes feel like decisions in Beijing, Brussels, London and Washington, to name but a few, are creating unbeatable headwinds for those looking

Deal Dynamics: New cross-border M&A data tool launched

Hogan Lovells has just launched a powerful new global cross-border M&A tool, in partnership with Mergermarket. Deal Dynamics combines interactive deal data by markets and sectors with exclusive editorial content to provide insights on cross-border M&A. Diversified Industrials, Energy, Real Estate, and TMT sectors drive the M&A market in Q3 2018, according to new data from Hogan

Vietnam: Mandatory technology transfer registration – Why, what, who, where and how?

Why? Under the previous practice, except for certain types of technologies restricted from transferring, a technology transfer agreement was valid regardless of whether it had been registered with the competent authority.  In other words, registration of technology transfer was optional – it was not an obligation of the parties involved in technology transfer. The new

Straight Talks podcast: New players, new rules – IP disruption in the automobile industry

Not long ago, an automotive “innovation” meant a new way of engineering a powertrain or emissions system, which would then be patented by the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) or supplier. A “gentlemen’s agreement” allowed competitors to maintain similar portfolios, routinely infringe on patents, and sustain relationships that were mostly devoid of litigation. But autonomous and

China issues new rules tightening up on overseas transfers of intellectual property rights

On 29 March 2018, the Chinese State Council released the External Transfer of Intellectual Property Rights Measures (for trial implementation) (the IPR Overseas Transfer Measures) providing for further governmental scrutiny of overseas transfers of IPR from the People’s Republic of China (PRC or China), with a focus on the impact of such transfers on national

Asia IP Splash seminars: Making transactions work – What every company needs to know about IP

Intellectual property (IP) values are soaring and often make up a high percentage of Enterprise Value (in some industry the majority). IP issues have a significant impact on business strategies. Many commercial transactions have underlying IP considerations, including economic vs. legal ownership, centralisation, effective provisions in licenses and assignments to protect brand equity, the vital

US – Put your finger on the IP pulse: Law in The Global Marketplace Symposium

Emerging technologies. Rapidly evolving markets. Changing regulatory frameworks. Businesses around the globe are affected by these influences and intellectual property (IP) plays a central role. On 4th November, Hogan Lovells, Santa Clara University’s High Tech Law Institute, and the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology are bringing together the IP industry’s thought leaders to discuss