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Sayyidaat Dentons - Women in Business, a Middle East perspective
Dentons launched Sayyidaat Dentons, a new network for business women in the Middle East, with a unique event on 20 October at the Dubai International Financial Centre.
Trends and opportunities in the global health care industry
In this video interview, Life Sciences and Health Care partner Katie Ashton discusses the trends that are forcing change in how health care services will be delivered in the decades ahead.
Oil and Gas: troubled times
The slump in the oil price means oil & gas companies are no longer insulated from the impacts of the economic downturn. We now find ourselves dealing with situations which seemed unthinkable just a few months ago – the special sensitivities of oil & gas companies in financial distress.
Chantal Bernier, former Interim Privacy Commissioner of Canada, joins Dentons
Dentons Canada LLP is pleased to announce that Chantal Bernier, former Interim Privacy Commissioner of Canada, has joined the firm's Privacy and Security practice as Counsel.
Adoption of a number of anticorruption and anti-money laundering laws in Ukraine
On October 14, 2014 the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine adopted a set of laws designed to create a legislative framework to fight corruption and money laundering effectively in Ukraine.
Students: Starting Your Career in Law
Interested in a world of opportunity? Then we invite you to consider beginning your career with Dentons, one of the largest law firms in the world with over 79 locations in 52 countries and more than 2,500 lawyers and professionals with whom you might be working on any given day.
Franchise News: Algeria
Algeria has for some time been debating a franchise law. The Algerian Commercial Code does not currently regulate the "franchise agreement" as a recognised form of doing business in Algeria. There have been rumours over the last five years or so regarding plans by the Algerian Government to address this problem through the creation of a franchise law.
Fourteen Dentons Canada lawyers featured among "Canada's Leading Infrastructure Lawyers"
Dentons Canada LLP congratulates our 14 lawyers named “Canada’s Leading Infrastructure Lawyers” by Lexpert, in its recent special edition on infrastructure appearing in The Globe and Mail's Report on Business magazine.
Dentons announced that Robert A. Hammeke has joined its highly-regarded Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice as a partner in its Kansas City, Mo., office. Hammeke brings nearly 15 years of experience to the Firm, primarily in the financial services sector, across all aspects of commercial loan enforcement and creditor/debtor relationships.
Disputes are a part of doing business; at Dentons, resolving them is our business. Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) is one of Dentons' core practices. Litigation may be a necessary component of a dispute resolution strategy, but it is only one of the problem-solving tools we apply to resolve disputes.
As the use of ADR has grown, so too has the sophistication of the processes we employ. Effective, successful use of ADR mechanisms requires counsel with specialized training and experience. Dentons has long been at the forefront of ADR development, investing significantly in training our lawyers. Experienced in the full range of arbitration, negotiation, mediation and settlement techniques, including settlement counsel, we are a globally recognized ADR leader.
As business — and dispute resolution — becomes more global and interconnected, it will become increasingly important to understand the complexities of cross border disputes and to juggle the different cultural approaches in the dispute resolution process. Staying current requires not only knowledge of the laws, but also the language and business customs in all the countries where you operate — or plan to expand.
In this report, lawyers from Dentons' global offices examine recent changes in litigation, arbitration and mediation across North America, UK, Continental Europe, Russia and Asia. Read more
Canada is a confederation of ten provinces and three territories, each with a separate and independent judicial system. While the province of Québec operates under a Civil Code, the legal system in every other province and territory is based on the British common law tradition. Read more
Any consideration of arbitral jurisdiction in Canada must proceed within the governing legislative framework. Legislation in each Canadian province and territory, as well as federal legislation, directs how and when the parties may seek the assistance of local courts on matters of arbitral jurisdiction in both domestic and international arbitrations. Read more
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David D. Tavender, Q.C., has been accepted on the Energy Arbitrators List by the International Centre for Dispute Resolution. Read more
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