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Australia's Migration Programme: An Increasingly Restrictive and Dynamic Landscape

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By Maria Jockel, BDO Migration Services In this article, Maria Jockel at BDO Migration Services explores the ever-changing and increasingly stringent nature of Australian immigration regulation and enforcement. 

A Happy Future for Migration to Europe?

WWL Corporate Immigration 2017 - Ted Badoux

By Ted Badoux, Everaert Advocaten Ted Badoux explores the correlation between migration and both individual and collective happiness across the world. 

Brexit: An Overview

Laura Devine

By Laura Devine, Laura Devine Solicitors Laura Devine navigates the current uncertainties surrounding Brexit and discusses its implications on the UK immigration market. 

The Value of the Immigration Lawyer in the Age of Anti-Immigration Populism

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By Jacqueline R Bart, BartLAW Canadian Immigration Jacqueline Bart discusses the role of the immigration lawyer in a world of ever-increasing anti-immigration populism.  

South Africa's Immigration System: A Reality Check

WWL Corporate Immigration 2017 - Gary Eisenberg

By Gary Eisenberg, Eisenberg & Associates Gary Eisenberg assesses the reasons behind and effects of the 2014 amendments to South Africa’s immigration policy, and the need for “a legislative overhaul”. 

Quantifying Disruption With The System Dynamics Method – A Brief Explanation

WWL Construction 2017 - HKA

By Thomas Hofbauer and Nicole Mörchen, HKA Disruptions frequently lead to the project schedule and subsequent completion date slipping, as well as cost overruns from inefficiencies. Quantification of disruption often remains problematic, leaving the analyst with a degree of uncertainty. In this article, Thomas Hofbauer and Nicole Mörchen at HKA briefly discuss how system dynamics methodology can be used to quantify disruption with regard to the time and cost of projects.

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. 

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