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International Arbitration Roundtable

Published in: Financier Worldwide

 

By Anthony Theau-Laurent

 

The international arbitration landscape has been a hive of activity in recent times.

Among the ongoing trends are the growing complexity and variety of cases, the increasing use of third-party funding and the continued “litigationising” of the process. As a popular dispute resolution mechanism that gives parties the flexibility to tailor the procedure to their particular needs, demand for international arbitration is expected to rise. For now, it provides a solid forum to resolve international business disputes, and predictability when enforcing awards.

 

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Corporate Fraud & Corruption

Published in: Financier Worldwide

 

by Giovanni Foti

 

Despite (i) the increasing awareness of fraud and corruption amoung leaders and boards of directors, (ii) the implementation of stronger compliance models aimed at preventing fraud, bribery and corruption cases, and (iii) stricter national regulations, the number of italian cases concerning violations of anti-briberey and anti-corruption legislation is growing. Additional investment is needed. The recent introduction of "ISO37001", an internal rule which proved organizations with guidance in fighting corruption through the implementation of effective preventive measures, is an efficient fraud and corruption prevention system, offering companies best practice in improving an anti-bibery management model...

 

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Spotlight on... Business Valuation

 

Roula Harfouche is a Partner and Anthony Theau-Laurent is a Director in the London office of Accuracy. They specialise in business and IP valuations particularly in dispute contexts, and in the assessment of complex damages in litigation and arbitration contexts. Here, they discuss the main methods used for valuing a business and their relative advantages, and the requirements of acting as an independent expert in dispute cases .

 

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Early Resolution of Disputes - an Expert's Perspective


Published in: Transnational Dispute Management


by Hervé de Trogoff and Roula Harfouche


Given the choice, experts would generally prefer to get involved at the earliest possible stage of a dispute. Why? Because in our experience our early involvement results in both greater personal satisfaction and the best value for the client for the use of our time; it rapidly provides the client with an independent view on the technical merits of its case and its effects on the resulting quantum of loss. This allows the parties to structure and prioritise their dispute resolution strategies before incurring any significant costs, and is likely to result in the most efficient dispute resolution outcome.


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