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ESG in 2022: 10 Things to Look Out For

Global, USA - January 5 2022 Corporate reporting (including SEC developments), climate change, energy transition, supply chain management, and the mitigation of ESG-related…

James Bee, Paul Davies, Michael D. Green, Nicola Higgs, Edward R. Kempson, Ryan J. Maierson, Anne Mainwaring, Colleen C. Smith

English court finds litigation privilege in documents obtained by deception

United Kingdom - June 15 2021 In recent years, the English court has examined litigation privilege carefully. However, no aspect has been the subject of more scrutiny than the…

Paul Davies, Catherine Drinnan, Jayanthi Sadanandan, David J. Walker

High Court Strikes Out “Largest White Elephant in the History of Group Actions”

Brazil, United Kingdom - December 2 2020 A class action by 202,600 claimants arising from the collapse of the Fundão dam in Brazil was struck out as abuse of proces…

Oliver Middleton, Tom Watret

What Rules Will Apply to Jurisdiction and the Enforcement of Judgments After Brexit? Part Three

European Union, United Kingdom - November 27 2020 English law, courts and arbitral tribunals may become more relevant and popular after Brexit, not less…

Oliver Browne, Sanjev D. Warna-kula-suriya, Tom Watret

Successfully Tackling LIBOR Phase-Out in International Arbitration

Global, United Kingdom, USA - August 7 2020 The discontinuation of LIBOR in 2022 may pose a risk to arbitration proceedings. Preparation is key to a smooth transition…

John Adam, Oliver Browne, Charles Claypoole, Philip Clifford, Fernando Mantilla-Serrano, Claudia T. Salomon, Sebastian Seelmann-Eggebert, Ing Loong Yang