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Some Observations on International Developments in White-Collar Cases

Robert de bree

Robbert de Bree, Wladimiroff Advocaten In this article, Robbert de Bree at Wladimiroff Advocaten explores the challenges posed by the ever-increasing internationalisation of white-collar cases. 

Business Crime Defence 2017: Discussion

Who’s Who Legal brings together Saverio Lembo at Bär & Karrer and Louise Hodges at Kingsley Napley to discuss some of the key issues facing business crime practitioners today, including the effects of the Panama Papers, the role of regulation authorities and the nature of the practice in developing economies. 

The Effects of the Petrochemical Projects Boom in the US Gulf Coast on Real Estate Practices

Susan Talley

Susan Talley, Stone Pigman Walther Wittmann  Susan Talley at Stone Pigman Walther Wittmann explores the impact of the growth in petrochemical infrastructure spending across the US Gulf Coast on real estate practices.

Globalisation versus Populism, and the Future for Environmental Regulation

Travers Smith

Douglas Bryden and John Buttanshaw, Travers Smith Douglas Bryden and John Buttanshaw at Travers Smith explore how the UK’s exit from the EU may affect its approach to environmental regulation. 

Environment 2017: Roundtable

Who’s Who Legal brings together Paul Davies at Latham & Watkins, Michael Gerrard at Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer and Leonard Griffiths at Bennett Jones to discuss issues currently faced by practitioners in the field, including recent legislative developments, the uptick in both contentious and product compliance work and changing competition in the market. 

Building Virtually for Eternity: Contractual Considerations for the BIM Environment

Lee Baker

Lee Baker, HKA A key challenge is to provide a robust contractual structure that supports the Building Information Modelling (BIM) environment without adverse implications to established principles of entitlement. That structure does not yet exist.

Mediation 2017: Roundtable

Who’s Who Legal brings together Alan Limbury at Strategic Resolution, Rosemary Jackson QC at Keating Chambers and Allan Stitt at ADR Chambers to discuss recent developments in the field of mediation including its increasing popularity, the future for younger practitioners and potential challenges facing the practice area. 

Mediators Get More and Better Settlements When They Don't Take Notes

Jeff Kichaven

Jeff Kichaven, Jeff Kichaven Commercial Mediation When I became a mediator in 1996, I took notes from the start to the finish of every case. Around 1998, I stopped. I have neither held a pen nor touched a keyboard to take notes since then. I believe this discipline results in more and better settlements. This article explains why.

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