The Global Lawyer
From Tijuana to Tierra del Fuego, Latin American courts are giving new meaning to judicial dialogue.
A long-awaited primer on law firm human rights is finally out.
A court in D.C. has cleared the way for SEC regulation of conflict minerals in the Congo.
In an age of global law and finance, the Supreme Court's obsession with circuit splits is both quaint and dangerous.
In vacating the SEC's pioneering "Publish What You Pay" rule, the D.C. district court has put itself at odds with the EU—and history.
History shows that mega-awards against states are rare, and the enforcement of large treaty awards is no sure thing.
Next up for the Supreme Court: The Case of U.S. Discovery v. Foreign Data Privacy. Can you guess which side is represented by Arab Bank and its lawyers at DLA Piper and Mayer Brown?
Plenty has changed in a decade of investor-state arbitration. But not enough.
The Supreme Court's ruling in Kiobel has everyone thinking about civil alternatives to alien tort. But can criminal law hold corporations accountable for war crimes? Human rights advocates in Europe think it can.