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The UK Regeneration Debate - The Latest Trends And Challenges


Hugh Lumby, Ashurst LLP In this article, Hugh Lumby at Ashurst LLP discusses the challenges faced in regeneration projects across the UK. 

Business Crime Defence 2018: Discussion


Who’s Who Legal brings together four leading experts to discuss issues facing business crime defence lawyers and their clients in the industry today.

International Settlements And Recent Developments In The Netherlands


Roan Lamp and Youmi Jun, De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek NV Roan Lamp and Youmi Jun at De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek NV explore recent changes in the anti-corruption landscape in the Netherlands.

Navigating Differences In Domestic Public Bribery Laws in the USA, the UK, Brazil, and France


David M Zornow and Elizabeth Robertson, Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom LLP Recent public corruption scandals have highlighted the differences in public corruption laws around the world at a time when activities of this sort are more and more frequently investigated across global jurisdictional lines. This article analyses public corruption laws in the US, the UK, Brazil and France, with a specific emphasis on what sorts of activities a public official must undertake (or agree to undertake) to be guilty of public corruption in those jurisdictions.

Investor Information Versus Investor Protection: Is Prospectus Regulation Heading In The Right Direction?


René Bösch, Homburger In this article, René Bösch at Homburger explores the development of prospectus regulation in the European market.

Mediation 2018: Discussion


WWL brings together Jane Andrewartha at Clyde & Co LLP and Kenneth Feinberg at The Law Offices of Kenneth R Feinberg to discuss issues facing mediation lawyers and their clients in the industry today.

The rise of ITAR-free procurement in Europe


Roland Stein, BLOMSTEIN In this article, Roland Stein of Blomstein discusses International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), a US regulatory framework intended to control the manufacturing, export and proliferation of arms, related goods, services and technologies. 

Time For Change


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.

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