Panoramic Next (formerly Market Intelligence) is a series of personable Q&A interviews with opinion leaders discussing what's next in emerging areas of law.

Panoramic Next provides the opportunity to explore evolving legal and regulatory landscapes in major jurisdictions around the world. Through engaging, easily comparable interviews, discover more about the people behind the most interesting cases and deals.

Crisis Management

Through a series of interviews with expert legal practitioners, Crisis Management explores the key factors that businesses must consider when a crisis strikes, and how best to resolve it. Our global panel share their experiences of successfully navigating myriad crises and offer practical advice for preventing crises from arising in the first place.

Digital Transformation

In Panoramic Next: Digital Transformation, a global panel of experts discuss the key legal and practical issues faced by companies seeking to enhance their digital capabilities. Covering hot topics including cloud migration, cybersecurity, data protection, DevOps and AI, it offers useful insights to organisations of all sizes.

Merger Control

Panoramic Next: Merger Control examines global regulatory and enforcement trends in merger control through the eyes of leading competition law practitioners. In a series of topical interviews, these seasoned experts share their experience of and insights into the merger clearance regimes in their respective jurisdictions.

Labour & Employment

In this Panoramic Next guide, leading employment law practitioners from across the globe discuss the most consequential recent trends and developments that employers should know about, while also sharing their insights into best practices and potential future developments.

ESG Engagement & Litigation

Panoramic Next: ESG Engagement & Litigation explores the fast-changing landscape surrounding corporate environmental, social and governance (ESG) obligations and risks, and the means through which stakeholders hold corporates to account for them. A global panel of experts analyse key recent trends and developments, with practical takeaways for companies, shareholders and consumers alike.

Artificial Intelligence

In this guide, a global panel of legal experts analyse the key trends and developments in the fast-evolving world of artificial intelligence. Through a series of engaging interviews, they discuss the most important legislative, regulatory and policy initiatives affecting AI developers and look at what the future may hold in this exciting field.


Panoramic Next: M&A explores the most impactful recent developments in global mergers and acquisitions and how legal practitioners have responded to them. Through a series of interviews with seasoned experts in key jurisdictions, it offers useful insights across all stages of M&A transactions.

Remote Working

Through a series of interviews with prominent practitioners in major jurisdictions, Panoramic Next: Remote Working explores the legal and practical implications of managing a remote workforce. Addressing diverse issues including cybersecurity, tax, health and safety, and remote hiring, it offers useful takeaways for employers of all stripes.

Private Equity

Through a series of engaging interviews with leading legal practitioners in key jurisdictions, Panoramic Next: Private Equity analyses the biggest trends and most consequential recent developments in private equity activity worldwide. Addressing major market trends and regulatory changes, it offers vital insights relevant to both sides of private equity transactions.


Panoramic Next: Anti-Corruption examines the most prominent recent developments in the global fight against corrupt practices. A panel of legal experts from key jurisdictions discuss enforcement trends, compliance risks and the related practical effects on companies’ anti-corruption compliance programmes.


Panoramic Next: 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.

Privacy & Cybersecurity

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.

Dispute Resolution

Panoramic Next: 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.


Centred around a series of interviews with experienced practitioners in key jurisdictions, Panoramic Next: Cartels offers engaging discussion on the most consequential cartel enforcement trends worldwide. It provides useful takeaways on topics including recent developments in leniency programmes; best practices for cooperation with investigating authorities; challenging authority decisions; potential future reforms; and much more.

Project Finance

Project Finance comprises a series of interviews with leading global practitioners in this space. It offers practical insights into the biggest challenges and opportunities – both legal and commercial – for those involved in energy and infrastructure projects in key jurisdictions worldwide, including discussion of recent trends and developments.


This engaging series of interviews with leading practitioners offers practical guidance for those navigating the corporate restructuring and insolvency regimes in major jurisdictions worldwide. Topics discussed include recent trends in insolvency filings; notable legislative reforms; coordination of cross-border cases; opportunities for buyers of distressed assets; and much more.