Editor: William Savitt
The Securities Litigation Review is a guided introduction to the international varieties of enforcing rights related to the issuance and exchange of publicly traded securities. This review focuses on litigation – how rights are created and vindicated against the backdrop of courtroom proceedings. Accordingly, this volume amounts to a cross-cultural review of the disputing process, with a focus on key substantive and procedural issues in light of recent developments.
Quick reference guide enabling side-by-side comparison of local insights into litigation, arbitration and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) worldwide, including court systems; judges and juries; limitation issues; pre-action behaviour, starting proceedings and timetable for proceedings; case management; evidence; remedies; enforcement; public access; costs; funding arrangements; insurance; class action; appeals; foreign judgments and proceedings; the role of the UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration; choice of arbitrator; arbitration agreements and arbitral procedure; court interventions in arbitrations; awards; types of ADR; requirements for ADR; other interesting local features; and recent trends.
Editor: Jonah Anderson
Quick reference guide enabling side-by-side comparison of local insights into anti-money laundering laws and regulations, including overview of domestic laws, regulations and investigatory powers; criminal enforcement, including extraterritorial reach of applicable laws; compliance, including due diligence, high-risk categories of customers, business partners and transactions, record-keeping and reporting requirements, and the role of privacy laws; civil claims, including procedures, damages and other remedies; international anti-money laundering efforts; and recent trends.