GTDT: Market Intelligence provides a unique perspective on evolving legal and regulatory landscapes in major jurisdictions around the world. Through engaging, easily comparable interviews, the series provides the legal profession's thought leaders with a platform for sharing their views on current market conditions and developments in the law.
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"At the time of writing, it has been almost two years since the referendum in which the United Kingdom voted for Brexit, and with less than a year until the UK leaves the EU, there is still much uncertainty as to what the future will hold and how the business landscape will be reshaped..."
with Angela Di Franco and Rafael Zabaglia
Levy & Salomão Advogados (São Paulo)
"Court litigation still is by far the prevailing method of dispute resolution in Brazil; contracts for the trade of goods and services are usually governed by Brazilian law and disputes stemming therefrom are usually submitted to Brazilian courts..."
with Mo Haque and Jeremy Lightfoot
Campbells (Road Town, Tortola)
"The BVI’s dedicated Commercial Court is by far the most popular dispute resolution venue for clients. Situated in Road Town, Tortola, it operates under the auspices of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court..."
with Moritz Bayer and Stephan Bär
Squire Patton Boggs (Böblingen - Stuttgart Region)
"The German legal system recognises litigation as well as various methods of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) out of which litigation in state courts clearly remains the most popular method of dispute resolution in Germany..."
with Antonio Rigozzi and Sébastien Besson
"To our knowledge there is no empirical data on the most popular dispute resolution methods in Switzerland, but our experience shows that, consistent with the country’s status as a leading international arbitral venue, arbitration remains very popular for cross-border commercial disputes..."