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The protests in Chile, sparked by the rise of subway fares in the capital Santiago, have been well documented in the press. These protests and riots have often been violent, with regrettable loss of human life.
Whilst the construction industry has arguably been slower to adopt new technology compared with some other sectors, technological advancements have always driven construction forward.
On 13 July 2019, the Cuban Parliament approved new electoral law restricting the presidency to a five-year term in office and a maximum of two consecutive terms, for the first time in nearly 60 years
We are delighted to announce that we have strengthened our domestic network by establishing a base in Bristol, which becomes our eleventh office in the UK and 38th globally.
The fifth edition of the annual Miami Latin American Claims (re) Insurance Forum, taking place between June 11-14 2019, in Miami, and hosted by Kennedys and QLDG was a resounding success.
We are pleased to announce that the Chambers Latin America 2020 results were published this week and we’ve seen some great success for our colleagues in Chile, Colombia, Peru, and our Miami regional hub.
We are pleased to announce that we have appointed Suzanne Liversidge as our first global managing partner. She will work alongside Nick Thomas, who has been senior partner for over 20 years and was re-elected for a fifth term in 2017, following an uncontested ballot.
This is the third in a series of articles on the topic of innovation in the legal services field by Partner Richard West.
A year ago, the Governor of California signed the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 into law. Known as the first comprehensive privacy regime in the United States, the Act imposes on businesses significant privacy obligations, creates a number of privacy rights, and provides for enforcement both through private right of action and regulatory enforcement.
Over the past five years Latin America has seen a rise in the prevalence of cyber risk. Cyber attacks have become increasingly common, with financial institutions the main target, particularly via social engineering; the manipulation of employees into breaking security procedures to gain access to systems or networks.