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Arbitration Helps Tip the Scale in Latin America’s Investment Market

Sep 2017

Arbitration Helps Tip the Scale in Latin America’s Investment Market

Local arbitration is becoming more sophisticated across Latin American nations. Thus, foreign investors are finding more opportunities to invest as legal processes become the temperature gauge for business stability.

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Who Will Finish First in the Race for Autonomous Vehicles?

Aug 2017

Who Will Finish First in the Race for Autonomous Vehicles?

Across key global markets, the launch of the driverless car is bogged down by regulations. Here’s what this projected $1.5 trillion industry can do to get in the fast lane.

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An Owner’s Manual for Investing in the Connected Car

Jul 2017

An Owner’s Manual for Investing in the Connected Car

The relationship between vendor and driver is about to become interactive. By 2025, the market is estimated to be more than $100 billion a year.

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Let’s Turn America into a Construction Zone

Jun 2017

Let’s Turn America into a Construction Zone

The U.S. desperately needs to rebuild its crumbling infrastructure. The key to paying for such a big ticket project? Breaking down the barriers to public-private partnerships in all 50 states.

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The Rise of Analytics in E-discovery:

Dec 2015

The Rise of Analytics in E-discovery:

There were just over 295,000 civil suits filed in U.S. district courts in 2014, an increase of 4 percent over 2013. On top of that, there were another 81,000 criminal cases (including fraud) filed.

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The Cautious Investors’ Guide to Brazil

Dec 2015

The Cautious Investors’ Guide to Brazil

It’s no secret that Brazil has been going through hard times and that investors — with good reason — regard the country as a high-risk environment.

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Is “Business Ethics” an Oxymoron?

Feb 2014

Is “Business Ethics” an Oxymoron?

Scandals. Fines. Show trials. These days, just doing business can appear almost criminal. While government-imposed regulation can soothe the public’s ire, it can also create burdensome costs and competitive disadvantages. To survive, businesses must perform reputational due diligence and create self-policing organizational cultures.

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A New War Plan for Defense Contractors

Aug 2013

A New War Plan for Defense Contractors

With the Iraq war over and the Afghanistan conflict in its final stages, relentless pressure on government spending is creating a very different terrain for defense contractors selling to the U.S. military. If they expect to thrive in the “new normal,” contractors need to assess their situations and develop different competitive approaches and defenses.

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