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Use of Committal Procedure in Commercial Fraud Litigation in England and Wales


Jane Colston and Mo Bhaskaran of Stewarts Law discuss the use of committal proceedings in England and Wales as a powerful tool in civil litigation.

Asset Recovery 2015: Roundtable

Who’s Who Legal brings together three leading experts to face questions concerning legal developments and increasing areas of work in the field, as well as the skills required of an asset recovery practitioner. 

Structured Finance Discussion

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.

SEC Issues Guidance on Abbreviated Debt Tender Offers

Gregg Noel and Jonathan Ko

Gregg Noel and Jonathan Ko of Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom discuss the new guidance from the US Securities and Exchange Commission regarding abbreviated debt tender offers, as well as the implications of the new guidance.

Debt & Equity Discussion

Eui Jong Chung of Bae Kim & Lee, Seoul and David Goldschmidt of Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom, New York, discuss the current features of the debt and equity markets.

Implementation of Directive 2014/24: Regulating the Modification and Termination of Contracts


The UK's recent enactment of the Public Contracts Regulations makes it the first among the EU member states to implement Directive 2014/24/EU, the new public sector directive. Totis Kotsonis of Eversheds clarifies the complex rules that relate to the modification and termination of contracts. 

Government Contracts 2015: Discussion

Who’s Who Legal brings together Peter Curran of Eversheds and Pedro García of Morales & Besa to discuss public sector investment, government initatives and the nature of the legal market in this field.

The Construction Industry and the Call for Concerted Action

julio cesar

Looking at endemic corruption in the construction sector, Júlio César Bueno of Pinheiro Neto Advogados highlights the need for new regulations, transparency and better governance within the industry.

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