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The PetroTiger Investigation

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Jocelyn Strauber and Micah Fergenson of Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom explore the US Department of Justice's use of cooperation credit in light of the PetroTiger investigation.

Business Crime Defence 2015: Discussion

Who’s Who Legal brings together Niels van der Laan of De Roos & Pen and Vânia Costa Ramos of Carlos Pinto de Abreu e Associados to discuss growing areas of legal work and future developments in the field.

Ireland aims for the “gold standard” of anti-bribery laws

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Kenan Furlong of A&L Goodbody looks at Ireland's new anti-bribery law due later this year, which will bring the country in line with the "gold-standard" anti-bribery laws established in the UK and US.

Corporate Tax 2015: Roundtable

Who’s Who Legal brings together Anders Oreby Hansen of Bech-Bruun, Devon Bodoh of KPMG and Shane Hogan of Matheson to discuss recent trends in the marketplace, including enforcement and the impact of globalisation. 

Corporate inversions and the need for United States corporate tax reform

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Jeff Paravano, Paul Schmidt and John Bates of BakerHostetler LLP provide an in-depth look at corporate inversions and the need for reform in the US. 

Developments in Dutch Environmental Law

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In light of several major industrial incidents over the past decade, the Dutch environmental authorities have become particularly stringent. André Gaastra of Gaastra attorneys at law highlights the increasingly rigorous regulation and enforcement of environmental law in the Netherlands.

Chemical Control: Environmental Law in a Deindustrialised Society

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Doug Bryden of Travers Smith and Russell LaMotte of Beveridge & Diamond, reflect on combined EU, US and international efforts to regulate the use of chemicals in products.

The Past and Future of Environmental Law

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Theodore Garrett of Covington & Burling, winner of the Who’s Who Legal Lifetime Achievement Award 2015, writes about his experiences as an environmental lawyer and explains why it is such an exciting time to be one. 

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