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We are a global law firm with a long-standing track record of successfully supporting the world's leading national and multinational corporations, financial institutions and governments on ground-breaking and business-critical mandates.

    Essential Antitrust #1: Global antitrust in 2020

    Essential Antitrust #1: Global antitrust in 2020

    The first episode of our new competition podcast, Essential Antitrust, explores the 10th edition of our annual analysis of the global antitrust landscape, 10 Key Themes.  
    Podcast host Jenn Mellott, interviews Thomas Janssens, global head of our antitrust group, and Sarah Jensen, counsel in our London office, who discuss the major trends and developments we expect to see in 2020. View summary.

    • 24分
    Sanctions & international trade #1: sanctions trends and developments

    Sanctions & international trade #1: sanctions trends and developments

    Several major sanctions and trade developments in late 2019 will continue to impact global commerce. In this podcast, Nabeel Yousef from our Washington, DC office discusses the impact of three key developments:  (i) US sanctions on Venezuela; (ii) recent enforcement actions addressing screening and insurance rules; and (iii) comments to the notice of proposed rulemaking for Information and Communications Technology and Services (ICTS).

    • 11分
    Nyrstar – securing a cross-border restructuring through challenges and complexity

    Nyrstar – securing a cross-border restructuring through challenges and complexity

    In this podcast a group of London associates in the restructuring and insolvency team discuss how this unique financial restructuring was achieved, and the difficult decisions that had to be made in the process.

    • 7分
    Stonewall’s Global Workplace Briefings

    Stonewall’s Global Workplace Briefings

    Listen to our podcast introducing the briefings which outline the legal and social issues affecting the protection of LGBT employees in multiple countries around the world.
    We are proud to be Stonewall’s pro bono partner for their Global Workplace Equality Briefings, which outline the legal and social issues affecting the protection of LGBT employees in multiple countries around the world. Our lawyers and trusted StrongerTogether firms have worked hard to capture information for each country on the lived situation for LGBT people, the current legal framework and gaps in protection, and the challenges for employers who want to support their LGBT employees.
    The resulting briefings are aimed at multinational organisations and provide high level advice to clients when planning their investment, global mobility, people and benefits strategies. You can find the regional and national briefings here.

    • 11分
    International arbitration #3: global developments in ISDS

    International arbitration #3: global developments in ISDS

    In recent years, investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) has been accused of, among other things, bias towards investors, encroaching on state sovereignty, and being too slow and costly.
    Gisèle Stephens-Chu, Joaquin P. Terceño, and Alex Wilbrahem examine the criticisms and how ISDS is changing in response, including procedural reforms, plans for a new investment court system and efforts to rebalance rights and obligations between states and investors.

    • 26分
    International arbitration #2: Achmea and intra-EU BITs

    International arbitration #2: Achmea and intra-EU BITs

    In 2018, the Court of Justice of the European Union made its landmark decision in Slovak Republic v. Achmea regarding the incompatibility with EU law of arbitration clauses contained in bilateral investment treaties (BITs) concluded between two EU member states. The judgment created uncertainty and confusion for investors wishing to rely on the protections these intra-EU BITs contained.
    In our second international arbitration podcast, Boris Kasolowsky, Peter Turner QC and Desiree Prantl examine the background to this decision, its scope of application and what it means for the future of investment protection within the EU.

    • 22分

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