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Jonathan Davey, Addleshaw Goddard LLP Addleshaw Goddard's Jonathan Davey discusses the seminal Pressetext case and argues that the harsh rule, as applied in subsequent case law, is ill suited to the real commercial world, sets too low a bar, and does not appropriately (or proportionately) take account of the different circumstances applicable to complex and/or long-term contracts.

EU procurement legislation: the question of whether damages claims should be limited to cases of a sufficiently serious breach


Dr Totis Kotsonis, Eversheds Sutherland LLP Dr Totis Kotsonis of Eversheds Sutherland LLP discusses developments in the application of EU public procurement legislation with reference to an EFTA Court decision dealing with a Norwegian court’s request for an advisory opinion on the correct interpretation of Directive 89/665/EEC (the “Remedies Directive”).

The Explosion of Developments Under Ground-Lease Structures


Ira J Waldman, Cox, Castle & Nicholson and Joshua Stein, Joshua Stein PLLC In this article, Ira Waldman at Cox, Castle & Nicholson and Joshua Stein at Joshua Stein PLLC discuss the many dimensions of long-term ground-lease structures. 

Asset Recovery 2018: Discussion


Who’s Who Legal brings together Sandrine Giroud at Lalive and Kate McMahon at Edmonds Marshall McMahon to discuss issues facing asset recovery lawyers and their clients in the industry today.

Offshore? Yes. Off Limits? No. Asset Recovery in Paradise

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Colette Wilkins and Nick Dunne, Walkers Global

Project Finance 2018: Q&A with José Virgilio Lopes Enei

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José Virgilio Lopes Enei, Machado Meyer Sendacz e Opice In an exclusive interview with WWL, José Virgilio Lopes Enei at Machado Meyer Sendacz e Opice discusses the role of PPP financings, the rise of renewable energy projects and the development of financing options. 

Managing Big Data - the Constant Challenge for a Construction Lawyer


Andrew Stephenson and Dado Hrustanpasic, Corrs Chambers Westgarth Complex engineering and construction projects, particularly relating to energy, resources and public infrastructure, are often valued in multiple billions of US dollars. In Australia, in excess of US$200 billion has been invested since 2011 in the oil and gas sector alone. With the ever-increasing size and complexity of projects has come a massive increase in the volume of documents involved therein, facilitated by technology making it ever easier to create, copy and store documents. Large projects can easily generate tens of millions of documents.

Labour & Employment 2018: Roundtable


Who’s Who Legal brings together Chris Engels at Claeys & Engels, Juan Bonilla at Cuatrecasas and Marianne Granhøj at Kromann Reumert to discuss issues facing labour and employment lawyers and their clients in the industry today.

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