Corporate Disputes is an e-magazine dedicated to the latest developments in corporate and commercial disputes.
In this issue we present features on the role of in-house counsel in arbitration and on Sweden’s modernised Arbitration Act. We also look at: building a global information governance & discovery programme; fighting for jurisdiction; remedies and damages in securities litigation; defeating class certification; disputes in the food & beverage industry; due process paranoia in international arbitration; bias of arbitrators; data protection in international arbitration; expert determinations in complex commercial agreements; cross-border differences protecting confidential information; and more.
In this issue we present features on arbitrating human rights and environmental disputes and on the HKIAC’s revised rules. We also look at: product liability and litigation in the automotive sector; cyber litigation in the information age; mass tort defence; shareholder disputes in Latin America; expert witnesses in international arbitration; managing cyber and data risks in arbitration; ISDS reform work; lessons learned from the great credit crisis; international finance disputes; securities litigation – defending regulatory investigations and enforcement actions; and more.
In this issue we present features on energy, natural resources and infrastructure disputes and on data breaches under the GDPR. We also look at: construction disputes; M&A dispute settlement; shareholder disputes in the APAC region; defending class actions; improving document review with technology assisted review; new disclosure rules; discovery issues in competition law cases; legal privilege; dispute risk management; lean arbitration; climate change-related disputes; investor state dispute settlement; securities and commodities enforcement; and more.
CD moderates a discussion between Craig Earnshaw at FTI Consulting LLP, Sonia Chen at FTI Consulting LLP, and Daniel Lim at Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP.
CD moderates a discussion between Timothy Snail at Charles River Associates and James Muehlberger at Shook, Hardy & Bacon L.L.P.
CD moderates a discussion between Mark A. Lubbock at Brown Rudnick LLP, Désirée Prantl at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP, Brian Stuart at FTI Consulting, and William Ridgway at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP.