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Self-Driving Cars in Belgium: A Clash Between Innovation and Liability?

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By Steven De Schrijver and Olivier Van Fraeyenhoven of Astrea "As a matter of fact, innovation is ultimately bound by existing legal principles. Hence, the completely self-driving car project might have to be put “on hold” if the current legal framework does not offer sufficient legal certainty."

Telecoms & Media Roundtable: 2016

Who’s Who Legal brings together six leading experts from Denmark, England, Singapore, Brazil and the UAE to discuss issues facing telecoms and media lawyers and their clients in the industry today.

Information Technology Roundtable: 2016

Who’s Who Legal brings together eight leading experts from England, India, Finland, Hong Kong, Austria, Brazil, Germany and Israel to discuss issues facing IT lawyers and their clients in the industry today.

Walking The Line: Conflict Between State and Sponsor

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Ian Coles, Mayer Brown "An entire country’s budget may have been written and sold to domestic constituencies on the basis of a fixed amount of revenue generated by the mining industry. Reduce that revenue significantly and fault lines beyond the mining industry start to appear."

International Law Trends and Natural Resources: An Integral Perspective

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Florencia Heredia, HOLT Abogados "Every phase of the mineral industry, from extraction of the resources to the commercialisation of the minerals, is bound to be regulated by international laws and principles that not do not always find synchronicity with relevant domestic regulations."

Mining 2016: Roundtable

Who’s Who Legal brings together Carlos Vilhena of Pinheiro Neto, Luis Carlos Rodrigo Prado of Prado Rodrigo, Elías & Medrano, Darrell Podowski of Cassels Brock & Blackwell and Peter Leon of Webber Wentzel, to discuss several key issues facing mining lawyers and their clients today.

Dealing with Challenges and Opportunities Arising from Next Generation Trade and Investment Agreements

Appleton Luff – International Lawyers "Economic regulation is entering a new stage of development, one where the traditional role of national governments and multilateral agreements is being supplemented, and in many instances supplanted, by trade agreements."

Trade & Customs 2015: Roundtable

Who’s Who Legal brings together Richard Luff of Van Bael & Bellis, David Christy of Perkins Coie, Daniel Crosby of King & Spalding and Warren Maruyama of Hogan Lovells to discuss the key issues facing trade and customs lawyers and their clients in the industry today.

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