The fundamentals of international legal business practice:
revisiting best practices to navigate through changing times
Part 6: International outreach vs. protectionism
This is part six of a six-part training series presented by the India Working Group of the IBA Asia Pacific Regional Forum, and the IBA Young Lawyers’ Committee.
The panel will discuss issues arising out of increasing protectionism and the adverse impact of the pandemic on globalisation. Specifically, how will curbs on international travel/mobility and trade affect law firms that predominantly service international clients on cross-border and multi-jurisdictional deals and disputes? The panelists will also share their views on whether law firms should be multi-jurisdictional and whether developing countries such as India should open their doors to international law firms, and whether this would benefit lawyers and their clients.
Part 1: Building your profile and network at the IBA - 3 February
Part 2: Resolution of cross border disputes - 4 February
Part 3: Cross border investments M&A and joint ventures - 10 February
Part 4: Data privacy - 11 February
Part 5: Law firm of the future - 17 February
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Khaitan & Co , Singapore, Singapore
SILF-Society of Indian Law Firms, New Delhi, India; Honorary Life Member of IBA Council and Association
Jaipat Singh Jain
Lazare Potter Giacovas & Moyle LLP, New York, New York, USA
Harper Macleod, Glasgow, Scotland; Secretary-Treasurer, Law Firm Management Committee
Anzola Robles & Asociados, Panama City, Panama; Member, IBA Diversity & Inclusion Council