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Mediators Get More and Better Settlements When They Don't Take Notes

Jeff Kichaven

Jeff Kichaven, Jeff Kichaven Commercial Mediation When I became a mediator in 1996, I took notes from the start to the finish of every case. Around 1998, I stopped. I have neither held a pen nor touched a keyboard to take notes since then. I believe this discipline results in more and better settlements. This article explains why.

Brexit and UK Public Procurement Law

Totis Kotsonis - Government Contracts 2017

By Totis Kotsonis, Eversheds Sutherland Totis Kotsonis at Eversheds Sutherland explores the potential effects of Brexit on UK public procurement law. 

Government Contracts 2017: Discussion

Who’s Who Legal brings together Robert Metzger at Rogers Joseph O’Donnell and Jenny Mellerick at McCann Fitzgerald to discuss the issues facing practitioners and clients in the industry today, including recent legislative developments, the increase in disputes work and the effects of evolving political agendas. 

The Construction Industry and the Call for Concerted Action


By Júlio César Bueno, Pinheiro Neto Advogados In this article, Júlio César Bueno explores the issue of corruption throughout the international construction industry. He highlights not only the current problems that the industry faces, but also the way in which it can progress and move towards a future of transparency and good governance. 

An Update on Corporate Governance Issues in Initial Public Offerings

Davis Polk

Richard Truesdell, Davis Polk & Wardwell Richard Truesdell at Davis Polk & Wardwell discusses the various corporate governance issues that arise when it comes to initial public offerings, and their effects on market practice. 

The Optimal Balance Between Direct (Civil) Recovery and (Criminal) International Cooperation Strategies for Asset Recovery

Guillermo Jorge

Guillermo Jorge, Governance Latam "In this article, I describe the main strengths and weaknesses of MLA-based and direct asset-recovery strategies and conclude with my take on the conditions under which each type of strategy should be advanced."

Asset Recovery 2017: Roundtable

Who’s Who Legal brings together Jeff Lane at Tanner De Witt, David Mizrachi Fidanque at Mizrachi Davarro & Urriola, Martin Kenney at Martin Kenney & Co Solicitors and Stephen Baker at Baker & Partners to discuss issues facing asset recovery lawyers and their clients in the industry today.

Transparency Over Who Owns What - But Will the Adoption of Ultimate Beneficial Ownership Rules Make Asset Recovery Easier?

Gervase MacGregor

Gervase MacGregor, BDO BDO’s Gervase MacGregor discusses the impact of the 2015 ultimate beneficial owner regulations on asset recovery in the commercial world. 

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