Does the rise of populism signal European disintegration?
This episode features a live recording of Senior Partner Jeroen Ouwehand in conversation with a panel of experts, including leading economist Nouriel Roubini, looking at the rise of populism internationally and across Europe.
Cyber attack: regulatory and litigation action in the aftermath
Regulatory and investigations specialist Ellen Lake and litigation specialist Haafiz Suleman discuss their thoughts on some key regulatory and litigation steps for businesses in the aftermath of a cyber attack.
Foreign Direct Investment: Regulation in Germany – sharp sword or blunt knife?
Foreign direct investment (FDI) specialists counsel Dimitri Slobodenjuk and senior associate Ulrich Pfeffer discuss the latest developments in Germany on FDI matters and what to expect in the near future.
US national security specialist Josh Fitzhugh speaks about current trends in the US Government's screening of foreign investment, led by the US Government's Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS).
Nationalisation - the impact on business and investors
Head of UK Public Policy Phillip Souta chats to partner and specialist in international law and EU law, Dan Neidle. They discuss the current focus on politics by businesses and investors, and in particular the UK Labour Party's policy of nationalising the water and energy sectors.
Food for thought: The impact of Brexit on the food and healthcare sectors
In this episode, the firm's Head of EU Public Policy Gail Orton is joined by Healthcare and Life Sciences partner Dr Gunnar Sachs and lawyer Nicolas Rajko to look at the likely impact of different forms of Brexit (hard and soft) on the regulation of food and on the healthcare sector.
In this episode, the firm's Head of EU Public Policy Gail Orton is joined by Healthcare and Life Sciences partner Dr Gunnar Sachs and lawyer Ann-Cathrin Bergstedt to discuss the developments in legislation for cannabis in medical and consumer products across Europe.
Ed Bretherton is joined by Adrian Levy and Matt Taylor who share their thoughts on the impact of proptech on the real estate sector including how proptech is developing, where it will go next, the risks and challenges it faces and where opportunities exist.
Reflections from the 2019 World Economic Forum in Davos
Malcolm Sweeting is joined by Connie Heng and Jeroen Ouwehand to share their thoughts on the big topics on the agenda at this year's event including trade, climate change, technology advancement and globalisation.
Head of UK Real Estate Construction Marianne Toghill looks back over the huge progress made among the twists and turns at Battersea Power Station, Europe's largest urban mixed use regeneration project.
Nelson Jung is joined by Jennifer Mbaluto, Stephen Reese and Nicholas Hughes to discuss how IP, digital borders and cross-industry alliances are affecting deal activity, and the growing appetite for M&A in hard assets and infrastructure.
This episode features a live recording of Clifford Chance partner Kate Gibbons 'in conversation' with megatrends analyst and former White House presidential advisor Dr. Pippa Malmgren. This event is part of Clifford Chance's 'Pioneering Women' series.
Former Head of the European Commission's Legal Service Michel Petite and our Head of EU Public Policy, Gail Orton explore the EU and UK's approach to the Brexit negotiations, interviewed by EU Antitrust Partner Katrin Schallenberg.
In this episode, Misha Glenny, the best-selling author and executive producer of hit TV show McMafia and Clifford Chance partner Kate Gibbons explore the evolution of cyber-crime, its increasing links with organised crime, and the critical role we all play in cyber defence.
From facial recognition to recommendation engines, Tech Group associate Brian Harley considers some of the legal implications raised by the dawn of this new era of technology in our podcast Artificial Intelligence: Seven Legal Questions.