Lexology GTDT: Market Intelligence provides a unique perspective on evolving legal and regulatory landscapes in major jurisdictions around the world. Through engaging, easily comparable interviews, the series provides the legal profession's thought leaders with a platform for sharing their views on current market conditions and developments in the law.
Market Intelligence offers readers a highly accessible take on the crucial issues of the day and an opportunity to discover more about the people behind the most interesting cases and deals.
Market Intelligence: Shipping explores prevailing global shipping market trends and developments through a series of engaging interviews with seasoned legal experts in the sector. Covering issues ranging from the practical effects of recent legislative changes and case law to key regulatory and financing considerations, it offers valuable insights for market players.
Cybersecurity continues to represent a growing risk for companies around the world, with cyberthreats posed by nation states, commercial competitors, company insiders, transnational organised crime and ‘hacktivists’ continuing to grow on a global basis.
Market Intelligence: Dispute Resolution is an engaging interview-style exploration of the global litigation, arbitration and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) landscape. Leading dispute resolution specialists offer their insights into the most prominent market and case law trends; practical considerations surrounding the choice of dispute resolution method; incisive commentary on recent judicial treatment of common contractual clauses; and more.
Cartel enforcement remains a top priority for competition authorities around the world. While the covid-19 pandemic led the relevant enforcement authorities to recognise the extreme difficulties faced by companies as a result (with the European Commission even going so far as to formally relax certain antitrust provisions regarding competitor cooperation), they nevertheless maintained a strict approach to cartel enforcement.
Project finance in 2020 did not go according to plan in most of the world. Covid-19 saw to that. But, despite the pandemic's extensive and frightening impact worldwide, and the resulting slowdown in deal flow, it was encouraging to see how many project finance participants were generally able to recover from the initial shock and adapt their working habits to ensure that many significant project finance deals across a range of sectors were nevertheless closed in 2020.
The global impact of the covid-19 pandemic cannot be overstated. The pandemic, together with the measures that governments took to combat it (social distancing and otherwise), had a dramatic effect on large swathes of the global economy. Some of these consequences were felt immediately, while others may linger for years to come. But 2020 will also be remembered as a tale of two years.
Global interview panel led by DLA Piper
Unquestionably, a significant challenge facing most employers globally over the past year has been the coronavirus pandemic. This has predominated over everything else, as employers have attempted to survive economic challenges to their business due to covid-19, while also maintaining a safe and productive work environment.
Global interview panel led by Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP
The first half of 2020, characterised by the effects of the covid-19 pandemic, evoked activity levels reminiscent of 2008 and 2009, with deal volumes falling 32 per cent from 10,155 deals in the first half of 2019 to 6,938 transactions in 2020.
Global interview panel led by White & Case LLP
Merger control has seen a number of developments in 2020, some related to the repercussions of the covid-19 pandemic, others born out of the ambitions and changes sought by individual competition authorities or unexpected jurisprudence.
Global interview panel led by Kemp IT Law
Nebulous and potentially boundaryless, digital transformation can be challenging to articulate clearly.
Simpson Thacher & Bartlett leads the global interview panel
During the first half of 2020, global M&A deal volume and value measured in dollars experienced a significant reduction from 2019 levels, with less cross-border M&A activity in large part due to the direct and indirect business impacts of, and market uncertainty stemming from, the covid-19 pandemic.
Global interview panel led by Lee Tiedrich of Covington & Burling
Artificial intelligence research and adoption continues to expand across many geographical regions and industries, including healthcare, financial services, mobility, energy, transportation and logistics.
Miller & Chevalier Chartered lead the global interview panel
International anti-corruption efforts continue to attract attention from companies, investors and governments of both exporting and host countries, and, in many places, populations in general.