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David Halliwell, Pinsent Masons Vario: The world is now seen through a ‘VUCA’ lens – it’s Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous. Are the risks that businesses are facing much more uncertain? What does that mean for how you are working in your roles?

Perception vs reality: litigation trends GCs need to know about | Shoosmiths

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As an in-house counsel navigating disputes, managing litigation risk and having to communicate those to the board, it’s critical to understand the key trends shaping the legal landscape. It is intended that this insight will allow for GCs to prepare for emerging challenges, leverage new technologies, and adopt strategies that lead to the best outcomes …

Doing business in France: a litigator’s perspective | Signature Litigation

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Doing business in France for manufacturers and sellers of products or services is becoming increasingly challenging. Indeed, French law but also the way regulators interpret it and the types of claims that are filed by NGOs or consumers/users make it complex for businesses to anticipate all grounds that can be raised against them. Other factors …

Taking an important case to trial: jury research | MoloLamken LLP

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Earlier this year, we spoke with MoloLamken LLP partners Steven Molo, one of America’s leading trial lawyers, and Sara Margolis, a rising courtroom star, to learn how a party in a high-stakes trial might improve its chances of success. Here is a link to that interview.

Are we heading towards a paradigm shift regarding state liability for relevant errors or omissions in preliminary projects of public-private infrastructure in Chile? | Mendoza Luksic & Valencia

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Since the entry into force of the current Chilean concessions law, which dates back to 1996, and its later modification in 20101, which established – among other things – a dispute board mechanism called the Technical Concessions Panel (from now on the ‘TCP’ permanent and institutional, mandatory for technical and economic disputes, although not binding), …

Litigation in India | Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas

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What is the structure of the Indian legal system, especially concerning litigation matters? India’s court system is primarily divided in three distinct streams, ie Criminal Courts, Civil Courts and Tribunals with High Courts and the Supreme Court exercising supervisory jurisdiction.