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Singapore Expands Arbitration Options to Include Law of the Sea Disputes

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Anti-bribery and corruption guide: United Kingdom

An up to date guide to the anti-bribery and corruption policy in United Kingdom.

A Lawyer's guide to working in China

Organized into 19 stand-alone law topics, this article presents perspectives and on-the-ground experience from an experienced legal counsel in China.

Cybersecurity - Global trends, threats and safeguards

Cyber-crime knows no borders. Increasingly businesses are facing cyber-threats and are having to tackle compliance issues on a multi-jurisdictional basis.

King & Wood Mallesons remains a leader in Asia Pacific...

KWM continues its position as a leader in the APAC legal market, receiving 33 Tier 1 rankings in the Asia Pacific Legal 500 – the most of any ranked firm.

KWM climbs the ladder in global law firm brand rankings

King & Wood Mallesons has improved its overall position in the 2017 Acritas Global Elite Law Firm Brand Index, ranking 13th.

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Singapore Expands Arbitration Options to Include Law...

This article was written by Patric McGonigal and Ramon Garcia-Gallardo. At a virtual ceremony on 11 June 2020, Singapore's Minister for Home Affairs and Law, K Shanmugam SC and the President of the...

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Analysis of the employment measures of Royal Decree...

Analysis of the new employment measures approved by the Spanish Government in the Royal Decree-Law 15/2020 of 21 April

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Corporate measures for Spanish companies. Impact of...

Impact of COVID - 19: analysis of the RDL 11/2020 in relation to the restriction of foreign investment in Spain and other corporate measures

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A Guide to Doing Business in China

Opportunities, concerns and issues facing foreign companies investing, operating and sourcing in from China.

Crossing Borders: Enforcement of arbitration awards

The sixth edition of Crossing Borders, our review of developments in international arbitration, focuses on the enforcement of arbitration awards.

Enforcing your judgment in China

China’s significance in today’s global economy calls for businesses to understand the realities of enforcing a judgment against Chinese-held assets.

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