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Hybrids and Inadmissibility

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By Alan L Limbury, Strategic Resolution In this article, Alan Limbury from Strategic Resolution discusses the development in many jurisdictions of hybrid forms of alternative dispute resolution - combining mediation with arbitration – as well as the current issues faced concerning evidentiary “black holes” arising from court-ordered mediation. 

African Legal Innovations in the Renewable Energy Sector

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By Hugues de La Forge of Holman Fenwick Willan Africa enjoys a gigantic renewable energy potential which remains vastly under-exploited and unevenly allocated throughout the continent. In furtherance of the COP21, the Renewable Energy Initiative in Africa (REIA) plans to install 300 GW of electricity from renewable energy by 2030. This initiative, like many others, stimulates the renewable energy sector and brings out innovative models that meet new needs

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.

Asset Recovery 2016: Roundtable

Who’s Who Legal brings together Stéphane Bon​ifassi of Bonifassi Avocats, Keith Oliver of Peters & Peters and Andrew Thorp of Harney Westwood & Riegels to discuss issues facing asset recovery lawyers and their clients today.

Structured Finance Discussion

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Matthew Cahill of Sidley Austin, London, and Cathy Kaplan of Sidley Austin, New York, discuss the drastic changes that the structured finance market has undergone since the financial crisis.

Capital Markets 2016: Q&A

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Who’s Who Legal speaks with Clinton van Loggerenberg, director of banking and finance at ENSafrica, to find out more about what has been going on in the market in the last 12 months.

The Effect of “Brexit” on UK Public Procurement Legislation and the Application Of EU State Aid Rules in the UK

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By Totis Kotsonis, Eversheds LLP This article considers issues concerning the extent to which the UK’s exit from the European Union might lead to changes in domestic procurement legislation, and whether, post-Brexit, restrictions on government subsidies might continue to apply.

The Construction Industry and the Call for Concerted Action

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