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  • Block or embrace

    IFLR's February/March cover story investigates European competition bodies' struggle with protectionist policies in the face of tech superpowers

  • Venezuela’s resource curse

    This issue, IFLR polled readers on whether or not bondholders should accept reduced repayments to help the country back onto its feet

  • Volatility ahead

    On January 28 the brightest and the best in-house counsel from across Europe gathered in London to talk markets, competition, dispute resolution and more. Here are the highlights

  • Changes afoot

    Over 200 bank, corporate and law firm leaders attended IFLR’s eighth India Capital Markets Forum in Mumbai on January 16. They discussed all things capital markets, from Reits and InvITs to due diligence and the Foreign Portfolio Investor Regime. In case you couldn’t make it, here are the highlights

  • Hong Kong biotech: attempting take-off

    Hong Kong regulators are keen to attract IPO-ready biotech companies, but investor protection measures need to improve

  • Head-to-head: Should Asia adopt a GDPR-style data privacy law?

    Hong Kong Law Society's risk management head Dmitri Hubbard and Hogan Lovells partner Mark Parsons debate the merits of data protection legislation for Asia-Pac

  • Tesco and the problem with DPAs

    Norton Rose Fulbright partner Neil O’May, who recently represented a former Tesco executive, queries whether it’s time to review the deferred prosecution agreement model

  • Delaware’s Akorn decision: materiality more complicated than that

    The recent case has brought the question of materiality in acquisition agreements to light again, but it’s not the game-changer many think it is, writes Goodwin Procter’s David Bernstein

  • UK private equity: building momentum amid Brexit uncertainty

    So far British PE firms have thrived despite political chaos – but the next year will be challenging. SGG’s head of sales JP Harrop explains how to adapt

The magazine

February/March 2019

Block or embrace

IFLR's February/March cover story investigates European competition bodies' struggle with protectionist policies in the face of tech superpowers

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Women in Business Law Group

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