International disputes resolution is growing and it is increasingly important that general counsel, especially in sectors that are not traditionally litigious, learn the various risks of and solutions for handling cross-border disputes.
Demand for ATE cover shows no sign of dwindling as clients continue to use it as a way to spread costs risk, while some experts predict a rise from group litigators
To ensure readers don’t miss key information, we are printing excerpts of the most-read briefings and writers by sector. This week it’s the stars in litigation
How law firms can adapt to the expanding international arbitration market.
As 93 newly-appointed QCs celebrate this week, we talk to seven of the successful applicants to find out what has driven them to go for silk.
Copyright – protection of a TV commercial as a creative work download subscription
The Court of Turin laid down an interesting ruling on the protectiob of the variety of forms of expression and creative contributions that may be related to the creation of commercial ads.
Discrimination: from cakes to Cannes – take the quiz subscription
Former F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone has turned to Herbert Smith Freehills (HSF) in his battle with HM Revenue and Customs over a £1bn tax bill
Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe has become one of only a few international firms to open in Geneva with the hire of Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld partner Vanessa Liborio Garrido de Sousa.
Baker & McKenzie has picked up a rare instruction from long-standing Clifford Chance client Barclays on upcoming foreign exchange (forex) manipulation matters in the UK.
Exclusive: Eversheds instructed top silks to drop 'nuclear option' on rail unions over bank holiday strike
Eversheds instructed leading silks to drop a ‘nuclear option’ on rail trade unions RMT and TSSA if last week’s strike had gone ahead, it has emerged.