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Preserve, Protect and Defend: Global Nationalization Risk

Global - April 1 2020 The extent of governmental involvement in their national economies goes to the very heart of political and economic debates that have raged since...

Dogan Gultutan, Richard Molesworth, Derek A. Soller, Laura R. Zimmerman, Luis E. Dates, Andrew Moody, Eugenie Rogers, Claudia Benavides Galvis, Andi Y. Kadir, John Bell, Jorge Valencia, Andrew Mackenzie, Jackie Lafleur, Natalia Mori, Oliver Pendred, James Smith, María del Carmen Tovar, Edward E. Poulton, Joanna Ludlam, Grant Hanessian, Richard Allen, Ekaterina Finkel, Joachim (Jo) Delaney.

UK Nationalisation: Practical Considerations

United Kingdom - August 1 2019 Certain debates are perennial in British politics - the UK's relationship with the EU being the most obvious. Others become settled after attracting a...

Richard Molesworth, Steve Abraham, Andrew Moody, Edward E. Poulton, Joanna Ludlam.

High Court rules that litigation privilege does not apply to documents produced in an internal investigation

United Kingdom - May 18 2017 On May 9 2017, the High Court ruled in favour of the Serious Fraud Office ("SFO"), finding that certain categories of documents produced by Eurasian...

Charles M. Thomson, Jennifer Reeves, Jonathan Peddie, Alexander Findley.

A Zero Sum Analysis of Arbitration and Litigation is to the Detriment of Both: An Assessment of Lord Thomas’s Bailii Lecture and Sir Bernard’s CIArb Speech

United Kingdom, Global - October 31 2016 Lord Thomas’s Bailii Lecture on 9 March 2016 has been the subject of much comment, and controversy, in London’s arbitration community. The speech is...

Benjamin Levitt, Katrina Thomson.

Consultation on new sentencing guidelines for health & safety related offences

United Kingdom - January 30 2015 The Sentencing Council, an independent body charged with developing sentencing guidelines for Courts, launched a consultation on 13 November 2014 to...

Sarah Abdelmalek.