Regulating third-party funding

Increasingly expensive cross-border arbitration has caused third-party funding to become the solution for parties that would otherwise be barred from seeking justice for lack of funds.

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Arbitration: the rise of Africa

With globalization, an increasing number of companies have engaged in cross-border transactions. To resolve disputes arising out of these international transactions, arbitration has become the most effective dispute resolution method.

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French practice of white-collar crime facing globalization

Sapin II law strengthened the French legal framework by implementing measures aiming at legitimizing and extending existing practices in cross-border cases especially through the judicial agreement in the public interest mechanism (convention judiciaire d’intérêt public – CJIP).

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