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Compliance with Labour Standards and Human Rights on the Cross-Border Supply Chain


Juan Bonilla and Pedro Méndez de Vigo, Cuatrecasas Juan Bonilla and Pedro Méndez de Vigo at Cuatrecasas discuss the increasing importance of legal compliance in relation to cross-border supply chains. 

Labour & Employment 2017: Q&A with Ignacio Funes de Rioja

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Ignacio Funes de Rioja, Funes de Rioja & Asociados In an exclusive interview with Who’s Who Legal, Ignacio Funes de Rioja at Funes de Rioja & Asociados discusses recent regulatory developments in the Argentinian labour market, the effects of changing contractual arrangements and the future of artificial intelligence in the field. 

Neutrality Rejected! Religious Discrimination and the European Court of Justice

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By Chris Engels, Claeys & Engels In this article, Chris Engels at Claeys & Engels explores the growing debate surrounding the acceptability and legality of neutrality rules in the workplace. 

Expert Testimony and the Black Box in Autonomous Cars: Will It Pass Daubert and Frye Scrutiny?

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By Sheila S Boston, David Kerschner and Diana Sterk, Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP Sheila Boston, David Kerschner and Diana Sterk at Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP discuss the significant role that event data recorders (EDRs) will have when it comes to product liability cases involving autonomous automobiles. 

Canadian Product Liability Defence - Common Class Action Defence Strategies

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By Gordon McKee, Blake Cassels & Graydon Blake Cassels & Graydon’s Gordon McKee analyses the recent shift in focus of defence strategies in Canada’s most prominent form of product liability litigation – class action cases. 

Damage to the Thing Itself: The Complex Nature of the Complex Structure Theory

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By Bill Perry and Samantha Wilson, Carter Perry Bailey LLP Bill Perry and Samantha Wilson at Carter Perry Bailey explore the complexity surrounding the general principle of damage “to the thing itself” when it comes to liability claims. 

Brazilian Project Finance and Infrastructure Outlook: 2017 and Beyond

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By José Virgílio Lopes Enei, Machado, Meyer, Sendacz e Opice In this article José Virgilio Lopes Enei at Machado Meyer, Sendacz e Opice evaluates the current state and future outlook of the Brazilian project finance and infrastructure markets. 

Project Finance 2017: Q&A with Phillip Cornwell

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Phillip Cornwell, Allens  In an exclusive interview with Who’s Who Legal, Phillip Cornwell at Allens discusses recent trends in the field including the effects of continuing low commodity prices on the project finance market, the development of infrastructure finance and alternative sources of financing. 

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