The International Who’s Who of Corporate Immigration Lawyers has brought together four of the leading practitioners in the world to discuss key issues facing lawyers today. Bernard Caris of Praetica, Gabriela Lessa of Veirano Advogados, Gunther Mävers of Mütze Korsch Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft and Jane Pilkington of Mason Hayes & Curran look at tougher immigration laws, the challenges facing clients and changes in the legal market.
Julie Pearl and Sameer Khedekar of Pearl Law Group use their insight and experience to provide a guide to international immigration compliance. "The good news is that there are ever-better methods for improving companies’ compliance. Even if perfection in this area is unattainable, government and private sector systems now give companies ways to demonstrate their 'good faith' and efforts to do the right thing in all countries."
In an interview with Who's Who Legal, Khaled El Dardiry speaks about his life as an in-house counsel for Orascom Construction Industries in Egypt and discusses the challenges of working in emerging markets. "Urbanisation in emerging countries has forced governments to invest in infrastructure – increasing construction activity and demand for equipment."
Robert Gaitskell QC of Keating Chambers examines developments in international construction dispute resolution. "In today’s challenging financial circumstances lawyers are obliged to identify the most cost-effective way of resolving any particular dispute. This is particularly the case with construction disputes, where a conventional arbitration can easily run for weeks and consume costs well into millions of dollars per party."
The International Who’s Who of Construction Lawyers has brought together five of the world’s leading practitioners to discuss key issues facing lawyers today. Andrew Ness of Jones Day, David Courtney-Hatcher of Dentons, Helena Chen of Formosan Brothers Attorneys-At-Law, Lindy Patterson QC of Dundas & Wilson and Sumeet Kachwaha of Kachwaha & Partners discuss current activity, the impact of the global financial crisis, emerging markets and future trends in the construction industry.
Who's Who Legal has brought together five of the world’s leading insurance and reinsurance practitioners to discuss the current key issues in this practice area. James Grennan of A&L Goodbody, Pablo Cereijido at Marval O'Farrell & Mairal, Matthew Jacobs of Jenner & Block, Charles Scibetta at Chaffetz Lindsey and Mark Goodman of Freeborn & Peters talk about their insurance and reinsurance practices, competition in the legal marketplace in their jurisdictions and recent regulatory developments.
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