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Insurance & Reinsurance 2018: Expert Witnesses

This year our research has identified 44 outstanding experts from 25 firms who are renowned for their capability advising clients on an array of complex matters in the insurance industry.

Insurance & Reinsurance 2018: Trends & Conclusions

This year, Who’s Who Legal interviewed over 40 leading insurance and reinsurance lawyers and expert witnesses to find out more about market trends. Sources we spoke to identified a number of hot topics, including ongoing consolidation in the market, cybercrime, and an increased emphasis on compliance and governance, all of which are discussed here.

Project Finance 2018: Analysis

This year’s research shines a spotlight on 313 eminent lawyers in the EMEA region, 135 in the US and Canada, and a further 194 lawyers from jurisdictions including Australia, Argentina and Brazil. In total, 647 lawyers have been highlighted. Due to the cross-border nature of project finance work, the expertise of many of the lawyers listed here has a wide geographical remit and their practices feature significant elements of international work.

Project Finance 2018: Trends & Conclusions

Project finance remains a diverse and busy area for the legal practitioners we spoke to in our research. This year, interviewees reported renewed focus on energy, infrastructure and transport work around the world. The energy sector is an area of high activity as commodity prices have continued to recover and driven interest in conventional power projects, and governments and businesses around the world have focused their attention on renewable energy. M&A and restructuring activities have been common, and lawyers have also observed an increased use of a range of financial structures to fund major projects.

Construction & Real Estate Review 2018

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Wolfgang Müller, Alexander Vogel and Walter Häberling, Meyerlustenberger Lachenal Ltd Although the general economic outlook for the world economy in 2018 is seen as very positive by most economists, the Swiss real estate sector is fighting vacancies in the housing and office space markets.

Central America: Dispute Resolution 2018

This chapter sees 70 practitioners listed for their exceptional work in the field of dispute resolution. These individuals advise and represent clients in both litigation and arbitration proceedings across the region and globally. 

Central America: Data, Telecoms & Media 2018

In our inaugural chapter for this practice area, 15 practitioners across five jurisdictions are recognised in our research this year for the impressive work they have engaged in. Regulation and transactional matters are prominent areas of focus for many of those highlighted in the region.

Central America: Asset Recovery 2018

In this chapter we highlight nine individuals from the region who are noted for their exceptional work in the field of asset recovery, assisting domestic and international clients with the tracing and recovery of assets.

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