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Litigation 2015: Roundtable

Who’s Who Legal brings together Bettina Knoetzl of Wolf Theiss, Edward Davis Jr of Astigarraga Davis and Martin Bernet of Schellenberg Wittmer to discuss issues facing litigators and their clients in the industry today.

No Specific Franchise Law… But An Obligation To Disclose


Michael Brennan and Philip Zeidman of DLA Piper provide insight into the important issues franchisors face when coming to terms with disclosure requirements in juridictions without a franchise statute.

Franchise 2015: Roundtable

Who’s Who Legal brings together Stephen Giles of Norton Rose Fulbright, John Pratt of Hamilton Pratt, Peter Snell of Gowling Lafleur Henderson and Jennifer Dolman of Osler Hoskin Harcourt to discuss pressing issues facing franchises today, noteworthy court decisions and the effect of technology on franchising.

The Dutch Participation Exemption in a Changing International Tax Climate


Jeroen Janssen and Charlotte Kiès of Loyens & Loeff NV discuss the Dutch participation exemption and to which extent the recent international developments in taxation will impact its scope and functioning.

One Act, Multiple Prosecutions, Unlimited Sanctions?


Ilias Anagnostopoulos of Anagnostopoulos considers the use of double jeopardy in an era of global enforcement that exposes corporations and individuals alike to unprecedented risk of parallel or consecutive prosecutions and sanctions in different states.

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.

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