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Asset Recovery 2016: Roundtable

Who’s Who Legal brings together three leading experts to discuss issues facing asset recovery lawyers and their clients in the industry today.

Asset Tracing and Recovery

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By Peter D Maynard, Peter D Maynard Counsel & Attorneys Corruption and fraud go hand in hand. Globally the magnitude of corruption is about $1 trillion a year. Private-sector corruption alone in developing countries was more than three times all foreign assistance in 2012.

Project Finance 2016: Roundtable

Who’s Who Legal brings together Lance Brasher, Ira Eddymurthy and Philip Stopford to discuss issues facing project finance lawyers and their clients in the industry today, including the effects of the recent drop in commodity prices, the future of yieldcos, the current state of legal competition and the availability of funding for projects in emerging markets.

M&A and Governance Practice Area Review: Austria

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By Clemens Philipp Schindler, Schindler Attorneys As a recent study in M&A Review (January 2016) reports, Austria saw approximately 330 deals in 2015, an increase of 37 per cent from 2014. This makes 2015 one of the top 10 years since 1988, with the period spanning 2000 to 2007 being the strongest, peaking in 2005 with over 500 deals. For both public M&A as well as private M&A activities an increase can be reported for 2015 and early 2016.

M&A and Governance 2016: Roundtable

WWL has brought together Jon Webster of Allens, Katrien Vorlat of Stibbe, Fernando de las Cuevas Castresana of Gómez-Acebo & Pombo  and Javier Canosa of Canosa Abogados to discuss key issues facing corporate lawyers and their clients today.

Drawing the Line in Contractual Claims

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By Humphrey Lloyd QC and Jennifer Jones, Atkin Chambers Contracts often limit the losses recoverable for a default, for example saying that those which are “indirect” or “consequential” are not recoverable. Where is the line to be drawn? If the contract is governed by the law of England and Wales, a court or arbitral tribunal will probably get some help from seeing what might be allowed in law in a comparable situation for damages for breach of contract.

Terminations for Convenience: Contracting for the “Upper Hand”

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By Trent Cotney, Trent Cotney PA Over the past 40 years, construction contracts have become increasingly one-sided in favour of the project owner. Contracts have evolved to include a myriad of provisions to shelter owners from liability. One in particular has allowed owners to gain even more control over the contracting process by creating more favourable termination provisions: the termination for convenience clause. 

Construction 2016: Discussion

Who’s Who Legal brings together R Bruce Reynolds of Borden Ladner Gervais and independent arbitrator Douglas Jones AO to discuss issues facing construction lawyers and their clients today.

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