Entries by leadersinlaw

Rights and Liberties, Liability of the French State and Judicial Review

On 24 December 2019 the Conseil d’Etat ruled that indemnification can be granted under French law on the ground of a prejudice suffered due to the application of a law ruled contrary to the Constitution by the Conseil Constitutionnel. The Conseil d’Etat now leaves the door open to a new possibility for indemnification, within the framework of a QPC examination […]

COVID-19 – Insurance Coverage

In times of crisis, individuals and corporations rightly turn to their insurance policies in the expectation of alleviating current and future loss. When doing so, they discover, for the first time, the policies’ exclusions, named perils, deductibles, self-insured retentions, specific and aggregate limits (and sub-limits) of coverage. On March 23, 2020, Swiss Re, the world’s […]

Indonesian Visas in the Time of COVID-19

On 11 March 2020, the World Health Organization (“WHO”) officially announced that COVID-19 had become a global pandemic. Following this announcement, as with many other countries, Indonesia enacted regulations to govern the traffic of individuals entering and leaving the country. These regulations specifically mandate limitations and exceptions for the granting of Entry Permits for foreign […]

Federal Tax Relief to Alleviate COVID-19 Hardships

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has already had widespread effects on the U.S. economy. Demand for many goods and services has stalled. Unemployment claims have skyrocketed. And many schools and businesses are operating online — if at all. Life has changed dramatically across the country. The federal government has been working on various relief measures to help […]

Coronavirus (Covid-19), French continuing plans and economy

On 13 March 2020, French Ministry of Justice issued a press release just after the announcements of the President of the French Republic. The aim, due to the emergency, is to protect citizens who are the most vulnerable and to curb the epidemic. Chancery has now prepared continuing plans to allow Justice to face core […]

Time to Protect Indian Businesses from Insolvency

The medium to long term financial effects of Coronavirus are yet to unfold, but the magnitude is already anticipated to be huge. Many countries across the world are announcing financial packages for businesses. India is also on the track to take a decision on relief packages. With widespread lockdowns, the coming months are expected to […]

Force Majeure and Coronavirus: Frequently Asked Questions

Part 1: Force Majeure and Suspension/Termination of Contracts Coronavirus (COVID-19) is turning out to be a twin fold pandemic – that started with affecting public health and soon spread throughout the economy. Sudden global shutdown and travel restrictions have brought the economy to a screeching halt before most of us could even comprehend the real […]

CCWC and Hogan Lovells: Our Shared Vision

As part of our commitment to being a leader in diversity and inclusion, we are proud to announce the beginning of a partnership between Hogan Lovells and Corporate Counsel Women of Color (CCWC). The nonprofit organization provides a support network to in-house women of color attorneys, promotes career advancement and success at all levels within corporations, […]

Footbal and Administrative Decisions

On 10 March 2020, the French Conseil d’Etat (Conseil d’Etat case, Fédération Française de Football, Req. 424347) confirmed the possibility for the executive committee of the FFF (Fédération Française de Football) to accept the propositions of the CNOSF (Comité National Olympique et Sportif Français) given in the course of a conciliation and to additionally ask the DNCG […]

UN Condemns Thailand poultry producer for silencing human rights defenders

A group of United Nations (UN) experts condemned Thammakaset, a Thai poultry producer, for alleged targeting of human rights defenders Thursday. In 2019, Thammakaset allegedly used Thai defamation laws to sue and have prosecuted ten individuals who criticized Thammakaset’s labor practices for human rights abuses. The UN experts called upon Thailand to reform defamation laws based on the UN Guiding […]