Podcast: Pillar II challenges: International Law, EU Law, Dispute Management & Tax Incentives
Vikram Chand, Professor of Law at the University of Lausanne & Luc de Broe, Professor of international and EU tax law at KU Leuven, discuss the introduction on Global Minimum Tax Rules and the compatibility on these rules with Tax Treaties, EU Tax Law and the broader international law framework in this new episode of International Law Talk.
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Construction, Tender Disputes, and the Role for Arbitration by Kiran Nasir Gore & Jane Jenkins
In this episode of International Law Talk, Kiran Nasir Gore, Associate Editor of Kluwer Arbitration Blog, interviews Jane Jenkins, a Partner at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in London. The podcast discussion considers and explores: Construction, Tender Disputes, and the Role for Arbitration.
Comparative Law in Action in Arbitration by Maria Fanou & Joshua Karton
Listen to Maria Fanou & Joshua Karton, Associate Professor and Associate Dean at Queen’s University about Comparative Law in Action in Arbitration. Learn more about Kluwer Arbitration Practice Plus.
EU competition law developments in the pharmaceutical sector by Lena Hornkohl, Michael Clancy & David Hull
In this episode of International Law Talk, Lena Hornkohl invited Michael Clancy and David Hull, both EU competition lawyer at Van Bael & Bellis. The podcast discussion considers and explores: EU competition law developments in the pharmaceutical sector.
Bad faith in European Trademark Law by Verena von Bomhard & Alexander von Mühlendahl
In this podcast, Verena von Bomhard had the honor of speaking with the leading expert in the field: Alexander von Mühlendahl. In this episode they touch upon Bad Faith in European Trademark Law in general as well as specific case law.
Arbitrating in the Emergency Room by Crina Baltag & Patricia Shaughnessy
Crina Baltag, Editor of Kluwer Arbitration Blog and Senior Lecturer in International Arbitration at Stockholm University, invited Professor Patricia Shaughnessy from the Stockholm University to talk about Arbitrating in the Emergency Room. More information about Emergency Arbitrator is available on Kluwer Arbitration Practice Plus.
The revival of the Dutch clause and other conundrums of merger control by Lena Hornkohl & Tilman Kuhn
The newest episode of International Law Talk Podcast focuses on the revival of the Dutch clause and other current issues of merger control. For this highly topical issue, Lena Hornkohl interviewed merger control star Tilman Kuhn from White & Case.
Law of Raw Data: What a lawyer needs to know by Christian Czychowski & Jan Bernd Nordemann
In the 15th International Law Talk podcast episode Christian Czychowski and Jan Bernd Nordemann, both partners at Nordemann, a German IP Law Firm, discuss Law of Raw Data and inform lawyers about what they need to know.
Value Judgement: Expedited Procedures in International Arbitration (EAPs) by Mercy McBrayer & Prof. Dr. Mohamed Abdel Wahab
Mercy McBrayer, Research and Academic Affairs Manager at CIArb invited Prof. Dr. Mohamed Abdel Wahab, Founding Partner & Head of International Arbitration, Construction and Energy Groups at Zulficar Partners and also Professor of International Arbitration and Private International Law at Cairo University to talk about Value Judgement: Expedited Procedures in International Arbitration (EAPs).
This podcast episode is a collaboration with the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb).
Transactions on the spot: interrelations between merger control, FDI, subsidy control & EU trade law by François-Charles Laprévote, Wanjie Lin & Lena Hornkohl
François-Charles Laprévote and Wanjie Lin (Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP) join host Lena Hornkohl to talk about the interrelations between merger control, FDI, subsidy control & EU trade law in the latest podcast of International Law Talk.
What Data Tells You About International Commercial Arbitration by Maxi Scherer & Monique Sasson
Maxi Scherer, General Editor of the Journal of International Arbitration (JOIA) interviews Monique Sasson, one of JOIA Special Issue editors about a recently published empirical research in international commercial arbitration.
The Graz discussions on private enforcement of competition law by Lena Hornkohl & Thomas Thiede
Lena Hornkohl welcomed Thomas Thiede (Spieker & Jaeger) in-person at the University of Graz in Austria to discuss private enforcement of competition law.
Pillar II: Are minimum taxes the future? by Vikram Chand & Bob Stack
In this episode of International Law Talk we invited prof. Vikram Chand and Bob Stack, Managing Director at Deloitte Tax LLP to discuss pillar two: Are minimum taxes the future? Learn more about International Tax Law.
International Disputes and Digital Disruption by Kiran Nasir Gore & Claudia Salomon
Kiran Nasir Gore interviews Claudia Salomon. The podcast discussion centers on technology in arbitration and various disruptions and opportunities that are anticipated to shape the future of dispute resolution.
Mobility of Individuals and its impact on the International Tax Framework by Vikram Chand & Philip Baker
In this episode of International Law Talk, Vikram Chand, Managing Editor of Kluwer International Tax Blog, interviews Philip Baker, Barrister at Field Court Tax Chambers. The podcast discussion centers on the surge in the mobility of individuals in the recent years due to digitalization as well as the pandemic and the impact on the existing international tax framework.
The Illumina/Grail saga explained by Lena Hornkohl & Jay Modrall
In this podcast of International Law Talk: The Illumina/Grail saga explained by Lena Hornkohl and Jay Modrall, Senior Counsel with Norton Rose Fulbright LLP. Lena & Jay provide a brief overview of the steps, the different decisions & court decisions proceedings and will take a deep dive into each section of this case, such as the 22-referral/Dutch clause, Phase II and more.
Covid-19: A Catalyst in Privacy Law? by Ceyhun Pehlivan & Knut Mager
In this episode of International Law Talk we invited Ceyhun Pehlivan, Managing Associate at Linklaters Madrid office & Editor-in-Chief of the Global Privacy Law Review and Knut Mager, Global Head of Privacy of Novartis to talk about Covid-19: A Catalyst in Privacy Law? Learn more about the Global Privacy Law Review.
The fragmentation of EU merger control – what to expect? by Lena Hornkohl & Oliver Bretz
The fragmentation of EU merger control – what to expect? In this episode of International Law Talk Lena Hornkohl invited Oliver Bretz to talk about merger control. What are the current challenges of merger control?
Available on Kluwer Competition Law through an exclusive partnership with Granville Knowledge Management, Merger Thresholds Monitor provides dynamically updated and actively edited merger control information to competition lawyers. You can now easily get answers to your merger control questions or compare information across jurisdictions, either by browsing or searching Kluwer Competition Law. Learn more about the Merger Thresholds Monitor.
Does the international arbitration community need minimum civility standards? by Kiran Nasir Gore & Abby Cohen Smutny
In this episode of International Law Talk Kiran Nasir Gore, Associate Editor of Kluwer Arbitration Blog, interviews Abby Cohen Smutny, Global Head of White & Case’s International Arbitration Practice. Abby discusses the value of professional extra-circular activities to practitioners to maintain perspective on arbitral procedure and practice more broadly. She provides her perspectives on the Task Force’s substantive mandate and goals, highlighting tensions central to practice in a growing and maturing field. Learn more about ICCA and the ICCA Task Force on Standards of Practice in International Arbitration.
Big Data in the third internet era by Lena Hornkohl & Gabriella Muscolo
Big Data in the third internet era: what challenges arise for antitrust enforcement? In this episode of International Law Talk Lena Hornkohl and Gabriella Muscolo talk about competition law and big data.
Keep up to date of the latest developments in competition law via Kluwer Competition Law, the practitioner’s leading resource for EU, national and international competition law research.
Digital Taxation (Pillar I) by Vikram Chand & Isabel Verlinden
In this episode of International Law Talk prof. Vikram Chand and Isabel Verlinden, International Tax Partner at PwC, discuss the Pillar I proposals and the Digital Debate. Keep up to date of the latest developments in International Tax Law via Kluwer International Tax Law.
Arbitration in China by Arie Eernisse & Chiann Bao
Listen to Arbitrator Chiann Bao who has co-edited a newly published book titled ‘Managing Belt and Road Business Disputes: A Case Study of Legal Problems and Solutions’. How does this new book pick up where its first edition left off?
Complex Arbitrations by Crina Baltag & Professor Bernard Hanotiau
In this first podcast episode Crina Baltag interviews Professor Bernard Hanotiau on the exponential development of international arbitration. Learn more about Complex Arbitrations.