Episodes
Published 02/15/24
In this special episode of International Law Talk: Patricia Shaughnessy, Professor at Stockholm University and John Fellas, independent full-time arbitrator. The episode is a recurrence of John Fellas' speech ‘the future of arbitration: evolution or revolution?’, presented during the 20th Anniversary Conference of the International Commercial Arbitration Law program in Stockholm in August 2023. John Fellas' speech has been nominated for the 2024 GAR Awards. Stay informed on...
Published 02/15/24
In this latest episode, Kiran Nasir Gore, Associate Editor of Kluwer Arbitration Blog, interviews Dr Herfried Wöss, Partner of Wöss & Partners. Herfried acts as an international arbitrator and counsel. The podcast ‘Quantifying International Disputes’ centers on the issues that arise in the context of damages and valuation analyses in international disputes. To learn more about damages and valuation in international arbitration, watch for Kluwer Arbitration’s forthcoming new topic on...
Published 12/14/23
In this thought-provoking podcast, Vikram Chand, Professor of Law at the University of Lausanne and Brian Arnold, (co)author of International Tax Primer and Comparative Income Taxation, unravel the complexities surrounding Corporate Tax Incentives in the context of Pillar II, providing listeners with a comprehensive understanding of the evolving global tax environment. As countries adapt to the new rules, the conversation serves as a guide for policymakers and businesses alike to navigate the...
Published 12/07/23
The launch of the Unified Patent Court (UPC) is a momentous occasion for patent enthusiasts across Europe. With anticipation building for years, this new system promises to revolutionize patent litigation and enforcement. Gertie Schouten, Journalist, interviews Johanna Flythström, Partner at Roschier. Gertie and Johann discuss the popularity of the system in different sectors, as well as the role of national IP courts, the German dominance at the UPC and the question when the first...
Published 10/05/23
Alba Ribera Martínez, Deputy Editor of the Kluwer Competition Law Blog and Lecturer in Competition Law at Universidad Villanueva interviews Assimakis Komninos, Partner at White & Case LLP about the first actions of the European Commission on enforcing the Digital Markets Act (DMA), more particular: the designation decisions issued on 6 September 2023. Follow the developments on the Digital Markets Act (DMA) in Kluwer Competition Law. This podcast episode is part of International Law...
Published 09/14/23
International dispute resolution is becoming increasingly institutionalized to achieve a more systematic administration of international dispute resolution processes. Esmé Shirlow, an Associate Professor at the ANU College of Law and Associate Editor of the Kluwer Arbitration Blog interviews Mariel Dimsey, Secretary-General of Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC) to discuss HKIAC’s views and approaches. Topics as technology and transparency are covered. Learn more about Kluwer...
Published 08/31/23
The Common Market Law Review was founded 60 years ago. It was the first journal dedicated to the Law of the European Economic Community, later the law of the European Union. Alison McDonnell interviews Laurens Jan Brinkhorst for this podcast episode of International Law Talk. For 30 years, Alison McDonnell has run the Editorial Office of the Common Market Law Review - world’s leading academic legal journal. Laurens Jan Brinkhorst was the very first secretary to the editors of the journal, in...
Published 05/25/23
Vikram Chand, Professor of Law at the University of Lausanne & Luc de Broe, Professor of international and EU tax law at KU Leuven, discuss the introduction on Global Minimum Tax Rules and the compatibility on these rules with Tax Treaties, EU Tax Law and the broader international law framework in this new episode of International Law Talk. More information on Pillar II is available on Kluwer International Tax Law. This podcast episode is part of International Law Talk. Wolters Kluwer...
Published 03/02/23
In this podcast of International Law Talk: The Illumina/Grail saga explained by Lena Hornkohl and Jay Modrall, Senior Counsel with Norton Rose Fulbright LLP. Lena & Jay provide a brief overview of the steps, the different decisions & court decisions proceedings and will take a deep dive into each section of this case, such as the 22-referral/Dutch clause, Phase II and more. More information on the Illumina/Grail saga is available on Kluwer Competition Law. This podcast episode is...
Published 11/24/22
In this episode of International Law Talk, Vikram Chand, Managing Editor of Kluwer International Tax Blog, interviews Philip Baker, Barrister at Field Court Tax Chambers. The podcast discussion centers on the surge in the mobility of individuals in the recent years due to digitalization as well as the pandemic and the impact on the existing international tax framework. In the podcast, Vikram and Philip discuss the key pressure areas for International Corporate Taxation as well as...
Published 10/12/22
In this episode of International Law Talk, Kiran Nasir Gore, Associate Editor of Kluwer Arbitration Blog, interviews Claudia Salomon, President of the ICC International Court of Arbitration. The podcast discussion centers on technology in arbitration and various disruptions and opportunities that are anticipated to shape the future of dispute resolution. Learn more about Kluwer Arbitration, the digital solution for arbitration practitioners. This podcast episode is part of International Law...
Published 09/29/22
For this podcast, Lena Hornkohl welcomed Thomas Thiede (Spieker & Jaeger) in-person at the University of Graz in Austria to discuss private enforcement of competition law. They touch on multiple topics such as the Damages Directive, the interplay between public and private enforcement as well as the issue of high procedural costs because of experts’ opinions. More information on private enforcement is available on Kluwer Competition Law. This podcast episode is part of International Law...
Published 07/21/22
“Data is the new gold” they say, and research based on data (empirical research) has become a hot topic in recent years. In this episode Maxi Scherer, General Editor of the Journal of International Arbitration (JOIA) interviews Monique Sasson, one of JOIA Special Issue editors about a recently published empirical research in international commercial arbitration. Listen to the podcast to learn more about the remarkable outcomes. Learn more about the empirical research in the Special Edition...
Published 06/09/22
François-Charles Laprévote and Wanjie Lin (Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP) join host Lena Hornkohl to talk about the interrelations between merger control, FDI, subsidy control & EU trade law in the latest podcast of International Law Talk. ​More information is available on Kluwer Competition Law. Wolters Kluwer will bring you insightful analysis, commentary and discussion from thought leaders and experts on current topics in the field of International Arbitration, IP Law,...
Published 01/31/22
International Law Talk partnered for this episode ‘Value Judgement: Expedited Procedures in International Arbitration (EAPs)’ with the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb). Mercy McBrayer, Research and Academic Affairs Manager at CIArb invited Prof. Dr. Mohamed Abdel Wahab, Founding Partner & Head of International Arbitration, Construction and Energy Groups at Zulficar Partners and also Professor of International Arbitration and Private International Law at Cairo University to talk...
Published 12/09/21
In the 15th International Law Talk podcast episode Christian Czychowski and Jan Bernd Nordemann, both partners at Nordemann, a German IP Law Firm, discuss Law of Raw Data and inform lawyers about what they need to know. Recently their new book about this topic was published at Wolters Kluwer, as part of the AIPPI Law Series. It provides an overview over 'Law of raw data' and the legal concepts in many jurisdictions around the world, including 30 countries worldwide. During their conversation...
Published 10/05/21
In this episode of International Law Talk, Lena Hornkohl and Tilman Kuhn discuss the new European Commission Communication on the application of the referral mechanism set out in Article 22 of the EU Merger Regulation. In their talk, they touch upon killer and zombie acquisitions, the role of innovation in merger assessment and many other issues of current EU merger control practice. More information about merger control is available on Merger Thresholds Monitor, a partnership between...
Published 09/16/21
Crina Baltag, Editor of Kluwer Arbitration Blog and Senior Lecturer in International Arbitration at Stockholm University, invited Professor Patricia Shaughnessy from the Stockholm University to talk about Arbitrating in the Emergency Room. More information about Emergency Arbitrator is available on Kluwer Arbitration Practice Plus.  This podcast episode is a result of a collaboration with the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb). Wolters Kluwer will bring you insightful analysis,...
Published 07/08/21
In the new International Law Talk podcast episode on Bad faith in European Trademark Law, Verena von Bomhard had the honor of speaking with the leading expert in the field: Alexander von Mühlendahl. He is former Vice-President of the EUIPO, prior to that deeply involved in the creation of EU trademark law and 2006 IP Hall of Fame inductee. In this episode they touch upon Bad Faith in European Trademark Law in general as well as specific case law. You may also be interested in Concise...
Published 06/17/21
In this episode of International Law Talk, Lena Hornkohl invited Michael Clancy and David Hull, both EU competition lawyers at Van Bael & Bellis. The podcast discussion considers and explores: EU competition law developments in the pharmaceutical sector.  Learn more about competition law in the pharmaceutical sector in Competition Law of the European Union. This edition follows the successful format of previous editions in covering all substantive and procedural aspects of the EU...
Published 06/03/21
In this episode of International Law Talk, Kiran Nasir Gore, Associate Editor of Kluwer Arbitration Blog, interviews Jane Jenkins, a Partner at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in London. The podcast discussion considers and explores: Construction, Tender Disputes, and the Role for Arbitration. This podcast episode is part of International Law Talk. Wolters Kluwer will bring you insightful analysis, commentary and discussion from thought leaders and experts on current topics in the field of...
Published 03/25/21
In this episode of International Law Talk we invited prof. Vikram Chand and Bob Stack, Managing Director at Deloitte Tax LLP to discuss pillar two: Are minimum taxes the future? Learn more about International Tax Law. This podcast episode is part of International Law Talk. Wolters Kluwer will bring you insightful analysis, commentary and discussion from thought leaders and experts on current topics in the field of International Arbitration, IP Law, International Tax Law, Competition Law and...
Published 03/11/21
In this episode of International Law Talk we invited Ceyhun Pehlivan, Managing Associate at Linklaters Madrid office & Editor-in-Chief of the Global Privacy Law Review and Knut Mager, Global Head of Privacy of Novartis to talk about Covid-19: A Catalyst in Privacy Law? Learn more about the Global Privacy Law Review.  This podcast episode is part of International Law Talk. Wolters Kluwer will bring you insightful analysis, commentary and discussion from thought leaders and experts on...
Published 02/23/21
The fragmentation of EU merger control – what to expect?​ In this episode of International Law Talk Lena Hornkohl invited Oliver Bretz to talk about merger control. What are the current challenges of merger control? Available on Kluwer Competition Law through an exclusive partnership with Granville Knowledge Management, Merger Thresholds Monitor provides dynamically updated and actively edited merger control information to competition lawyers. You can now easily get answers to your merger...
Published 02/04/21