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

Apr-Jun 2015 ISSUE

In this issue we present features on changes to arbitration in China and on whistleblowing in the US. We also look at resolving post M&A disputes; US anti-corruption enforcement priorities; the FCPA; cartel damages under the new EU Directive; self-critical privilege; managing product liability; directors and corporate information; controlling transactions; US securities litigation and enforcement; insider trading cases; damages in the pharmaceutical & biotech sector; drafting pharmaceutical patent settlements; ITC section 337; third party litigation funding in Canada; revising institutional arbitration rules; international arbitral awards; UK arbitration; alternative dispute resolution; managing international construction disputes; and more.


In this issue we present features on Singapore as a dispute resolution hub and on managing joint venture disputes. We also look at product liability in the pharma & healthcare sector; the complex world of conflict resolution; improving ADR diversity; the emotional corporation; alternative dispute resolution education; M&A disputes; cross-border financial disputes; investor-state dispute settlement; large complex cases in arbitration; corporate disputes under Russian law; arbitration in Africa; wage and hour disputes in the US; fraud investigations and litigation; high frequency trading; recording disclosure; enforcement of foreign judgements; trade and customs litigation; and more.


In this issue we present features on dispute resolution clauses and intellectual property disputes related to 3D printing. We also look at shareholder litigation; trade secret disputes; disputes in the energy sector; evaluating damages; using technology to manage disputes; e-discovery in China; arbitrating M&A disputes; US securities litigation; discouraging lawsuits in Delaware; applying false claims acts to tax matters; multi-tiered dispute resolution clauses; the ADR movement; arbitration in Mexico; compliance standards in Germany; contract interpretation in Canada; Russia-related litigation proceedings; and more.