Corporate Disputes is a quarterly e-magazine dedicated to the latest developments in corporate and commercial disputes.


JUL-Sep 2016 ISSUE

In this issue we present features on resolving shareholder disputes and on the Federal Trade Secrets Act. We also look at: arbitration vs. litigation; arbitral awards; resisting enforcement; trade secret litigation; proxy access; deferred prosecution agreements; dispute resolution in France; ratifying an arbitral award in Brazil; construction disputes in Asia; arbitrating in the ASEAN; calculating damages in patent infringement; class actions; investigating and managing a hack; successful mediation; planned early dispute resolution; M&A-related disputes; financial services disputes in the UK; and more.

APR-JUN 2016 ISSUE

In this issue we present features on securities litigation and on patent disputes. We also look at construction disputes; manufacturer liability; product liability; disputes in the healthcare and life sciences industry; US patent challenge procedures; technology disputes; risk arising from public disclosure; deferred prosecution agreements; third party funding; expert witnesses; e-discovery in commercial disputes; early mediation; how ADR can assist the board; dispute resolution skills and company culture; foreign arbitral awards; M&A disputes; and more.

JAN-MAR 2016 ISSUE

In this issue we present features on group actions in arbitration and on financial institutions litigation. We also look at arbitration in the Americas; commercial disputes; enhancing transparency; international insurance and reinsurance arbitration; pro-arbitration decisions in Hong Kong; the new investment court system; enterprise resource planning litigation; the role of insurance in litigation; the future of litigation funding; ADR solutions for small business problems; dispute resolution in Turkey; restrictive covenants; cyber security and employee risks; attorney-client privilege; the Frade oil spill litigation;  class actions coming the UK; French class action; securities class actions in Canada; securities class actions in the United States; and more.