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We are one of the world's pre-eminent law firms, with significant depth and range of resources across five continents. Our experts discuss pressing issues and trends faced by the business world today in the Clifford Chance Podcast. Podcast episodes may be in alternative languages from time to time. The content of this podcast does not constitute legal advice and should not be relied upon as such. Specific legal advice about your specific circumstances should always be sought separately befor ...
 
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Create+65 Innovation Lead Joanne Chuang talks to Professor Jerrold Soh, Singapore Management University Yong Pung How School of Law, Assistant Professor of Law; Deputy Director, Centre for Computational Law, about how legal innovation is a driver of graduates, and how universities are preparing graduates for the future of law.…
 
Create+65 Innovation Lead Joanne Chuang talks to the Singapore Academy of Law's Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer Paul Neo to learn more about SAL's ambitions in the legal innovation space, the role of the Singapore Technology and Innovation Roadmap, and his tips for the next generation of lawyers.…
 
Love it or hate it, ESG remains a hot topic. Regulators, NGOs, and private litigants worldwide are increasingly focused on how companies define ESG and are using standard and asymmetric strategies to combat the practice of "greenwashing".In the sixth episode of the Clifford Chance Podcast series 'The Climate Lawyer', host Richard Kim (counsel, Düss…
 
There's a new hope in the battle against climate change from somewhere you might not expect. In-house counsel are stepping up to become agents for change in their organization. In this fifth episode of the Clifford Chance podcast series 'The Climate Lawyer', host Richard Kim (counsel, Düsseldorf) is joined by Adam Woodhall, founder and CEO of Lawye…
 
In the third episode of our podcast series on tech antitrust, Sydney counsel Rob Tang and senior associate Ryan Draper examine broader trends behind Australia's crucial antitrust developments in the past two years, and key developments to expect over the course of the next year. They will also discuss the impact of such developments on digital tech…
 
There's no path to net zero without innovation, and nobody knows innovation like venture capital. What does it mean to be a climate VC investor? Find out in the fourth episode of The Clifford Chance Podcast series, 'The Climate Lawyer', where host Richard Kim (counsel, Düsseldorf) is joined by Mona Alsubaei, a member of the investment team at Union…
 
In the second episode of our Breaking New Ground series, Clifford Chance's Global Director of Inclusion Tiernan Brady welcomes our Regional Managing Partner for Asia Pacific Connie Heng, and partner in our Hong Kong Capital Markets Group Angela Chan. Together, they explore the role of inclusion targets and how they help us dismantle some of the bar…
 
In the second episode of our series on tech antitrust, Peter Coney and Masafumi Shikakura analyse the most significant antitrust developments in the past three years, and new developments to expect over the course of this year. They also discuss the impact of such developments on tech companies and investors as Japan steps up on regulatory action w…
 
Welcome to our podcast series, 'Breaking New Ground'. Our theme for International Women's Day this year was #BreakTheBias, so in this series, we are focusing on some of the many ways we are working to break the bias as a firm.In this episode, partner Emma Folds welcomes Dr Arin Reeves, President and Managing Director at Nextions, to explore some of…
 
At the intersection of tech and climate: This is where the third episode of Clifford Chance's podcast series, The Climate Lawyer, comes in.Host Rich Kim (Counsel, Düsseldorf) is joined by senior associate Jamie Andrew and trainee solicitor Laura de Arroyo Garcia (both London) to explore tech trends impacting climate change.…
 
In a podcast originally recorded for the Loan Market Association, Clifford Chance lawyers and tech experts Puja Patel, Alice Jefferis and Bram Kocken share their insights on digitalisation in the syndicated loan market, exploring technological developments, the challenges faced by the industry and debating the elusive question – is a digital syndic…
 
In the first episode of our Asia Pacific Antitrust podcast series, we take a closer look at the latest technology antitrust developments and regulations in China. Senior associates Zibo Liu (Beijing) and Ingrid Cheung (Hong Kong) discuss the broader trends behind the increasingly complex and challenging antitrust environment in China and the impact…
 
Clifford Chance recently partnered with the International Center for Advocates Against Discrimination (ICAAD) on the immersive virtual Dicta exhibit, which combines poetry, law and art to inspire activism in pursuit of social justice. Partner Celeste Koeleveld caught up with ICAAD advisor Zuleka Henderson to discuss the impact of the Dicta series a…
 
Last month, hot off the heels of COP26, Global Senior Partner Jeroen Ouwehand caught up with founder of Principia Advisory David Rodin to discuss Clifford Chance's journey this year, establishing our values-based Code of Conduct and core principles of our culture, as well as the Business Ethics Report we published together recently which looks at a…
 
Both the federal German and Australian parliaments passed marriage equality laws in 2017 – a significant step in the history of LGBT+ rights in those countries, although the journey to the vote in their respective national parliaments was quite different. On the occasion of the fourth anniversary of marriage equality in Australia, Anna Thwaites (Co…
 
Ready to bite into climate change? It's a hard topic with a lot of layers. For the second episode of our new podcast series, The Climate Lawyer, host Rich Kim (Counsel, Düsseldorf) is joined by Jeroen Ouwehand (Global Senior Partner) and Michelle Williams (Partner, Washington, DC) for an ambitious break-down of these layers and how to understand th…
 
Momentum behind the implementation of mandatory human rights and environmental due diligence continues to grow. In this podcast, partner Angela McEwan talks to partners Charles-Henri Boeringer and Thomas Voland about supply chain due diligence in France and Germany. Together, they explore how existing national rules might fit with the forthcoming p…
 
You've seen the news on COP26, but not like this.For the first episode of our new podcast series, The Climate Lawyer, host Rich Kim (Counsel, Dusseldorf) is joined by Clare Burgess (Partner, London) and David Alfrey (Lawyer, London) for a lively and insightful discussion of the conference and its major takeaways.…
 
Every year, at the Singapore Fintech Festival, Clifford Chance lawyers from around our global network share insights and predictions on the development of financial services, public policy and technology, giving you an insider's view from the world's largest Fintech festival.In the last episode of this series, Lena Ng, our Singapore lead for our ge…
 
Every year, at the Singapore Fintech Festival, Clifford Chance lawyers from around our global network share insights and predictions on the development of financial services, public policy and technology, giving you an insider's view from the world's largest Fintech festival.In the second episode of this 2021 podcast series, Janice Goh (Singapore) …
 
Every year, at the Singapore Fintech Festival, Clifford Chance lawyers from around our global network share insights and predictions on the development of financial services, public policy and technology, giving you an insider's view from the world's largest Fintech festival.In the first episode in our 2021 podcast series, Paul Landless (Singapore)…
 
In this podcast, Trainee Solicitor Soniya Ambadkar talks to Michel Petite, former head of the European Commission's Legal Service and now Of Counsel at Clifford Chance, and Gail Orton, Head of EU Public Policy, about the European Commission's Work Programme for 2022. The Commission's annual Work Programme sets out the legislative agenda for the com…
 
The second episode of our Paris office's Debt Capital Markets mini-series looks at the innovative Green Assets Wallet platform, with a focus on the future of green bond reporting and the use of Fintech to unlock the potential of the market for sustainable assets. Cecilia Repinski, founder and CEO of Green Assets Wallet, was the guest for the episod…
 
In the first episode of our Debt Capital Markets mini-series from our Paris office, we look at the regulatory framework that has been put in place for blockchain transactions in France, as well as the main challenges to the development of a market for securities issued, recorded, settled and/or traded on blockchain platforms in France.Blockchain sp…
 
Clifford Chance lawyers from around our global network discuss with Paul Landless, co-head of the firm's global Tech Group and one of the leaders of the Fintech practice, the key highlights that surprised, challenged and inspired them at this year's Singapore Fintech Festival. In the final episode of this series, they discuss green finance, digital…
 
Clifford Chance lawyers from around our global network discuss with Paul Landless, co-head of the firm's global Tech Group and one of the leaders of the Fintech practice, the key highlights that surprised, challenged and inspired them at this year's Singapore Fintech Festival. In this second of three podcasts, they discuss major shifts in artificia…
 
Clifford Chance lawyers from around our global network discuss with Paul Landless, co-head of the firm's global Tech Group and one of the leaders of the Fintech practice, the key highlights that surprised, challenged and inspired them at this year's Singapore Fintech Festival. In this first of three podcasts, they discuss perspectives and predictio…
 
In the third episode of our Alternative Credit podcast series, Clare Burgess, James Pay and Alexandra Dimsdale-Gill focus on infrastructure investment, touching on the short and medium term impact of Covid-19, the winners and losers through the crisis and then go on to look beyond that, giving their take on the future trends in the infrastructure s…
 
In the fifth episode in our Alternative Credit series, Simon Crown chaired a discussion on structured finance with Oliver Kronat from our Frankfurt office and Jessica Littlewood and Simeon Radcliff from our London office. Against a backdrop of a real economy severely impacted by Covid-19, the panel discussed the market for asset backed securities, …
 
Changing perspective, the sixth episode in our Alternative Credit series focused on fund financing, the ways in which funds raise finance for onward investment. The discussion, chaired by Simon Crown with insights from Julia Tsybina, Andrew Husdan and Oliver Marcuse, explored the development of fund financing markets, types of fund structures and t…
 
Alternative Credit - private credit provided by non-banks - has grown substantially in recent years to become a key segment of the global asset management industry. In the first of a series of podcasts focusing on various aspects of the alternative credit markets, Simon Crown, Anthony Stewart, Faizal Khan and Owen Lysak provide an introduction to t…
 
Real estate debt and the market for non-performing loans is a highly dynamic market, where the effects of the pandemic have been significant, presenting both challenges and opportunities. Simon Crown chairs the discussion in this the fourth episode of our Alternative Credit series, as Alis Pay, Barry O'Shea, Alexandre Couturier and Emma Matebalavu …
 
2020 has seen strong interest in setting up debt funds, driven in part by the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic. In the second episode podcast in the Alternative Credit series, Gerard Saviola, Richard Kalaher, Jonathan Bray and Lily Marcel provide an introduction to the key issues for financial investors who may be considering creating or expandin…
 
In this fourth and final episode of Australian arbitration podcast series, counsel Robert Tang and associates Alexandra Zhu and Haeran Chung discuss cybersecurity risks that could arise in the context of international arbitrations and explore some of the solutions that parties can adopt to protect their sensitive and confidential data from these po…
 
In the second episode of our ISDS (investor-state dispute settlement) podcast series, senior associate Vlada LeMaic and associate Adrian Fourie discuss damages and how damages are quantified in investor-State disputes, with a particular focus on disputes arising out of the energy and resources sectors.…
 
In the second episode of Clifford Chance's Australian arbitration series, counsel Robert Tang and trainee Christine Wang discuss how it is becoming increasingly important to consider whether, and if so, how third-party funding costs can be recovered, in light of the rise in funding activity in the international commercial arbitration space.…
 
In the fourth episode of our Asia Pacific Funds & Investment Management podcast series, partner Viola Lui and senior associate Benjamin Lohr in our Hong Kong office discuss the redomiciliation option for foreign private funds to register as Hong Kong LPFs proposed in the Limited Partnership Fund and Business Registration Legislation (Amendment) Bil…
 
In the second episode of our Asia Pacific Funds and Investment Management podcast series, partner Viola Lui and senior associate Benjamin Lohr are joined by consultant Anthony Fay who shares his insight into the tax aspects of Hong Kong's new limited partnership fund regime, including the unified funds tax exemption and the proposed carried interes…
 
What distinguishes a successful cyber security strategy? As European businesses are increasingly gathering and monetising data, they are, at the same time, becoming more at risk of significant cyberattacks - it's critical to know the right steps to take before, during and after a cyber breach. Tech Group partners Dessislava Savova, Eduardo García, …
 
A group of our antitrust and tech specialists - Gail Orton, Michel Petite, Katrin Schallenberg, Ashwin van Rooijen and Stavroula Vryna - talk us through the latest thinking from the European Commission about how to address competition concerns in the digital age and bring outdated e-commerce laws up to date.…
 
Partner Charlotte Madden talks to Alex Nourry, Dimitri Slobodenjuk and Emily Xueref-Poviac about foreign direct investment regimes.This episode explores the reforming foreign direct investment rules and provides an overview across the key European jurisdictions, specifically focusing on Germany, France and the UK.…
 
In the first episode of our new Asia Pacific Funds and Investment Management podcast series, partner Viola Lui and senior associate Benjamin Lohr in Hong Kong discuss the driving forces behind why Hong Kong is establishing a limited partnership fund regime, the history and development of Hong Kong partnership law, and what this means for sponsors, …
 
Associate Isabel Palacios talks to Employment department head Juan Calvente and senior associate Efraína Fernández about the return to the workplace, the use of remote working and the main health and safety measures that must be observed by companies post-state of emergency.
 
Partners Philip Hertz and Melissa Coakley discuss the key features of the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill - which represents the most significant reform of UK corporate restructuring and insolvency law in the last 30 years - and why it is important for UK businesses.
 
In the second episode of our Best Delivery series exploring Clifford Chance's journey of growth, development and learning with our Innovation programme, Global Programme Director for Best Delivery Tom Slate is talking to our Legal Project Managers around the world.
 
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