Kluwer Competition Law

New and Improved Research Journey Kluwer Competition Law At the end of last year, we announced the new and improved Research Journey of Kluwer Competition Law We implemented the following user-driven enhancements: – New Modern Design – More Search Power – Streamlined Research – Improved Results – Improved Document Display Faster, more accurate research Our…

Before going to Tokyo to attend the International Bar Association’s Annual Conference, I attended the  The International Fiscal Association (IFA) Conference, hosted by the Indian IFA branch in Mumbai. Together with Sarah Jones, Lijntje Zandee and Sheena Nathwani, Wolters Kluwer exhibited at this annual event and showcased our latest International Tax products. The IFA Conference…

We have recently published two titles in the practice area of Corporate and Commercial Law. The first one is International Commercial Agreements and Electronic Commerce – 5th Edition Revised by Willam Fox,. This title has been very much appreciated by business people and their counsel in the four previous editions. It has always provided precise information on…

Our arbitration portfolio has increased the last months and in October four new titles will be published: Arbitration in Switzerland. The Practitioners’s Guide by Manuel Arroyo Guerrilla Tactics in International Arbitration by Günther J. Horvath, Stephan Wilske The Fair and Equitable Treatment Standard. A Guide to NAFTA Case Law on Article 1105 by Patrick Dumberry…

Wolters Kluwer Law & Business hosted their inaugural Kluwer Arbitration User Forum in London on 10th September. It was a morning session, which appropriately took place at the International Dispute Resolution Centre (IDRC), 70 Fleet Street, and was attended by librarians, knowledge managers, researchers and fee earners. The morning was a great success and consisted…

Last July, Kluwer Law International, the leading international legal publisher, launched a new monograph in its international arbitration series titled “Arbitration in England, with chapters on Scotland and Ireland.” One of Herbert Smith Freehills’ professional support lawyers for international arbitration, Joanne Greenaway, acted as both a co-author of several chapters and a co-editor, alongside Julian…