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Construction 2017: Discussion

Who’s Who Legal brings together Erin Miller Rankin at Freshfields and Andrew Ness at Jones Day to discuss issues facing construction lawyers and their clients in the industry today, including the rise in construction costs, the effects of global political uncertainty and the growing number of sector-related disputes. 

The Construction Industry and the Call for Concerted Action

WWL Construction 2017 - J C Bueno

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. 

The UK's Place in the World

By Global Restructuring Review London has been a leader in international rescue culture since the Insolvency Act came into effect in 1986. But with Brexit on the horizon and other jurisdictions catching up (particularly in the EU and Asia) what lies in store for the UK’s future as a cross-border restructuring hub?

Banking 2017: Q&A

Wolf Stumpf, Noerr

Wolf Stumpf, Noerr In an exclusive interview with Who’s Who Legal, Wolf Stumpf at Noerr discusses the impact of Brexit on the European banking sector, the ever-growing prominence of regulation and compliance, innovation within the industry, and the increasing competition within the legal market. 

Salient Features of Kenya’s Banking Amendment Act, 2016

Kamami Christine Michira Mweti, Bowmans Kenya

By Kamami Christine Michira Mweti, Bowmans Kenya Kamami Christine Michira Mweti at Bowmans Kenya explores the significance of Kenya’s Banking Amendment Act which came into force in September 2016.

Mining in Latin America

WWL Mining 2017 - Vergara

By Rafael Vergara, Carey Abogados Rafael Vergara at Carey Abogados explores the many issues currently facing the Latin American mining industry, including environmental concerns, community relationships, indigenous rights and regulatory developments. 

Mining 2017: Roundtable

Who’s Who Legal brings together Pablo Mir of Bofill Mir & Alvarez Jana Abogados, Geoff Simpson of Allen & Overy LLP and Florencia Heredia of Holt Abogados to discuss the impact of falling mineral prices, adapting to client constraints in the current market, alternative sources of financing and the legal challenges posed by an increased focus on environmental issues. 

Exploration and Mining In Sensitive Areas – A Nordic View

WWL Mining 2017 - Borenius

By Casper Herler and Niklas Vartiainen, Borenius Attorneys Ltd Casper Herler and Niklas Vartiainen at Borenius Attorneys highlight the challenges faced by the Nordic mining industry when it comes to establishing exploration projects in novel sites. 

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