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Quantum of Damages 2017: Analysis

This chapter features 254 damages experts who have been recommended by peers and market sources for their proven expertise in damages assessments, pecuniary remedies and asset valuations, as well as their strong testifying experience.

Forensic & Litigation Consulting - Digital 2017: Analysis

We feature 75 leading digital forensics specialists in this section who focus on the collection, preservation and analysis of large amounts of information to assist clients in both internal and external investigations.

Forensic & Litigation Consulting - Accountants 2017: Analysis

In this section we highlight 276 individuals who stand out for their exceptional work aiding clients in “fact finding” in relation to disputes and regulatory inquiries, as well as foreign corruption investigations and investigative due diligence.

Construction Quantum & Delay 2017: Analysis

We feature 165 experts in this chapter who stand out for their exceptional work handling quantum and delay analysis and assisting in providing expert testimony in formal construction disputes, most commonly arbitration. 

Australia: Competition Review 2017

Clifford Chance

By Dave Poddar, Clifford Chance Clifford Chance’s Dave Poddar explores the current state of competition and consumer laws in Australia and the impact of an ever-changing regulatory framework.

Australia: Product Liability Defence Review 2017

Clayton Ulz

Is It Time to Revisit Australia's Class Action Procedure?  By Colin Loveday and Bonnie Perris, Clayton Utz Colin Loveday and Bonnie Perris at Clayton Utz explore the development of class actions in Australia and question whether it may be time for procedural reform. 

Australia: Corporate Immigration Review 2017

Immigration Solutions

By Anne O’Donoghue, Immigration Solutions Lawyers Anne O’Donoghue at Immigration Solutions Lawyers discusses recent reforms in the Australian corporate immigration market and the need to address skill shortages as well as encourage domestic business and trade.

Asset Recovery 2017: Analysis

In this year’s edition of Who’s Who Legal: Asset Recovery, we identify 534 leading practitioners from over 250 firms across 84 jurisdictions, highlighting the truly international scope of asset recovery work. Offshore firms continue to dominate our listings, with Walkers, Mourant Ozannes and Appleby leading the charge. International investigations and disputes specialist firm Kobre & Kim performs well globally in this year’s research, with listings in North America, Europe and the Asia-Pacific. Asset recovery boutiques such as PCB Litigation, Sequor Law and Mizrachi Davarro & Urriola also impress, demonstrating the expertise and international coverage offered by alliances and networks such as the ICC’s Fraudnet.

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