A closer look at recent issues facing regulatory communications lawyers finds the sector to be bearing up remarkably well, despite recent turmoil in the financial markets.
This is the largest edition of our banking book to date, with 442 experts selected from 63 countries. Several firms stand out for the large number of leading practitioners they field, as well as the geographical breadth of their international expertise.
Tom Barnes takes a closer look at the issues affecting banking lawyers.
This edition of The International Who’s Who of Commercial Arbitration identifies more experts in the field than ever before. This year we have selected 535 individuals from 66 countries, underlining the ever-increasing depth and geographical breadth of expertise in this sector.
Our research allows us to highlight the firms and individuals who are leaders of this practice area.
Tom Barnes identifies the issues currently faced by leading mining lawyers.
We identify the leading firms and individuals in the field of private funds law.
The market has been behaving atypically recently and many of the lawyers we have interviewed are relishing the challenging and interesting workload as the focus of private funds practices shifts to accomodate new trends.
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Nominees have been selected based upon comprehensive, independent survey work with both general counsel and private practice lawyers worldwide. Only specialists who have met independent international research criteria are listed.