Feature | Crisis management

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Cyber attacks, corporate scandals, environmental disaster… just some of the threats businesses face as they go global. The In-House Lawyer asks leading GCs how to handle – and avoid – a crisis.

Feature | Technology – in association with Riverview Law

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This spring Legalease teamed up with Riverview Law for a conference for in-house counsel focused on cutting-edge automation and AI. EY’s Matthew Whalley gave delegates a view on the prize and the pitfalls

Feature | GC Powerlist: Summer Reception

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Ambition, millennials, corporate guff – The In-House Lawyer gathered more than 60 GCs and FT columnist Lucy Kellaway to debate the pleasures and perils of climbing the greasy pole.

Feature | Leadership Insight

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What does leadership mean in a region where the role of the in-house lawyer is rapidly evolving?

Feature | Insight: Business and Human Rights

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With human rights issues entering the mainstream of business practice, we teamed up with Herbert Smith Freehills to assess how new standards are changing the way in-house counsel operate.

Legal Briefing | Dispute Resolution |

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Arbitration is a ‘one-stop’ dispute settlement system. Arbitral awards are final in the sense that they are not subject to appeals or other usual remedies. This finality brings with it the advantage of efficiency, but carries the risk that if arbitrators make mistakes, the parties will have to live with them. In principle, there is … Continue reading “The continued importance of the seat: a look from the perspective of annulment proceedings”

Feature | Financial services overview

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Lawyers working in financial services face their most unpredictable period yet in a post-Brexit environment. IHL assesses the current state of the industry and asks key players about the shape of things to come.

Legal Briefing | Immigration |

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In July 2012, the UK government made significant changes to the adult dependant relative immigration route which previously fell for consideration under Immigration Rule 317. The new rules contained in Appendix FM significantly changed the criteria for this visa category to the extent that, now, comparatively few applicants are successful and the category is all … Continue reading “Adult dependant relatives and the ‘impossible’ threshold”