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Webinars | 24 April 2018

Upcoming event: Introduction to the Irish Integrated Single Electricity Market (ISEM)

Upcoming event: Tuesday 24 April 2018
Webinars | 18 April 2018

Upcoming event: Litigation Update

Upcoming event: Wednesday 18 April 2018
Webinars | 27 March 2018

Upcoming event: Reputation Management in Private Wealth

Upcoming event: Tuesday 27 March 2018
Webinars | 19 March 2018

Upcoming event: Breach of confidence

Upcoming event: Monday 19 March 2018
Legal Briefings | 16 March 2018

DIS: Neue Schiedsordnung ist in Kraft / German Institution of Arbitration: New Arbitration Rules are in Force

Legal Briefings | 15 March 2018

Class Actions and Litigation Funding

Class actions place an enormous burden on corporate Australia and the growth of the country’s sophisticated third party litigation funding market has been controversial. Over recent years, various law reform bodies have examined whether the returns made by funders and the fees charged by plaintiffs...
Audio and Video | 15 March 2018

Madrid video updates: M&A in a changing world

Webinars | 15 March 2018

Private M&A Trends

Recording: Originally broadcast 15 March 2018
Legal Briefings | 13 March 2018

The Digital World in Asia - new opportunities and challenges amidst a new antitrust enforcement horizon

With the onset of an increasingly digital world across the APAC region and the interest of regulators in the sector, we examine the antitrust enforcement horizon in Asia as well as the new opportunities and challenges brought about by the specific characteristics of the sector.
Legal Briefings | 12 March 2018

Broadcasting: A key Brexit priority

In her Brexit speech on 2 March 2018, Prime Minister Theresa May highlighted broadcasting as a key priority in the ongoing negotiations with the EU.
Legal Briefings | 12 March 2018

EU reaction to the US national security measures

The US Commerce Department issued Section 232 national security investigation reports on steel and aluminium.
Legal Briefings | 09 March 2018


Today sees the entry into force of practically all provisions of Law 9/2017, of 8 November 2017, on Public Procurement, which transposes Directives 2014/23/EU and 2014/24/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council, of 26 February 2014, into Spanish law.
Legal Briefings | 09 March 2018

Latest developments in the Indonesian energy and resources sector, March 2018

ASR obligations further regulated, PPA regulation amended and 27 regulations revoked
Legal Briefings | 09 March 2018

Data use: Protecting a critical resource

Described by some as the “new oil” for the digital economy, there is no doubt that data are now seen as critical for organisations to succeed. Data are a powerful and lucrative fuel for productivity. If not adequately protected, data are vulnerable to leaks that can cause widespread damage, and...
Events | 08 March 2018

Investing in Latin America ICC Seminar

Protecting your investments Country specific insights into latest trends and how parties can best protect their investments in the region. Organised by the ICC UK .