Episode one - Market abuse: in the regulatory spotlight
In these unprecedented times, our partners Arwen Handley (London), Ann Kim (Los Angeles), Jim McGovern (New York) and Raj Panasar (London), discuss market abuse - the regulatory approach and how companies can navigate the reporting challenges in the current climate.
It is clear that compliance with market abuse rules and regulations should remain on the priority list of in-house legal teams across the globe. Join us as we discuss how we anticipate regulators will view and react to non-compliance, the priorities for enforcement divisions, and how companies can steer through the challenges posed by COVID-19.
Episode two - Key considerations for employers
As lockdowns ease around the world, our partners Stefan Martin (London), Philip Cheng (Shanghai), Sherry Gong (Beijing), Maria Benbrahim (Amsterdam) and Kevin O’Connor (London) take a look at what return to workplace lessons can be learned from China, and the key health and safety challenges involved in getting employees back into workplaces across the globe.
Episode three - Preparing yourself for virtual hearings
As virtual hearings become part of the new normal in both litigation and arbitration, our partners Cate Stetson (Washington D.C.), Kent Phillips (Singapore), Samaa Haridi (New York), Edward Hickman (London), and Al Lindsay (Miami) examine the pros and cons of virtual hearings, how these hearings differ around the world, and what you can do to better prepare yourself.
Episode four - An ethical return to the workplace
As businesses around the world continue to return to the "new normal", partners Valerie Kenyon, Arwen Handley, Nicola Fulford and Christelle Coslin discuss some of the key risks of returning to the workplace, and horizon-scan for future litigation. We look at the privacy risks associated with tracking and preventing the spread of COVID-19, the environmental and social factors that businesses need to focus on, and the importance of whistleblowers in surfacing issues.
Episode five - Insolvency litigation in the era of COVID-19
As COVID-19 continues to cause worldwide disruption to markets, supply chains and workforces, many businesses face financial distress. For some, recourse through the courts will become necessary. Crispin Rapinet, Manon Cordewener, Chris Dobby, Erin Brady and John Tillman discuss the issues that businesses may encounter, and some of the emerging trends we're beginning to see in bankruptcy and insolvency litigation.
Episode six - Protecting your supply chain through COVID-19
COVID-19 has caused widespread disruption, and, for many businesses, the biggest impact has been to their supply chain. Antonia Croke, Angus Rankin and Kelly Tubman Hardy discuss the trends and issues they've been seeing as they work with clients to keep their supply chains moving. They also look forward, and discuss whether there are any steps businesses should be taking now to prepare themselves to the future.
Authored by Antonia Croke, Angus Rankin, Kelly Tubman Hardy, Crispin Rapinet, John Tillman, Manon Cordewener, Erin N. Brady, Chris Dobby, Valerie Kenyon, Cate Stetson, Stefan Martin, Arwen Handley, Philip Cheng, Sherry Gong, Maria Benbrahim, Kevin O'Connor, Ann C. Kim, James G. McGovern, Samaa A. Haridi, Alvin F. Lindsay, Edward Hickman, Kent Phillips, Christelle Coslin, and Nicola Fulford.