Derivatives litigation creates cross-border headaches

By thinking ahead and carefully managing cross-border derivatives disputes when they do arise, forward-thinking companies are finding that they can be substantially less of a challenge than they might otherwise be, finds Hogan Lovells

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Complex cross-border disputes have been a feature of the derivatives industry for some time and on the rise since the global financial crisis. Global currents – trends in complex cross-border disputes 2014, a recently published report by international law firm Hogan Lovells, examines the current trends in cross-border disputes and sheds some light on how companies are adopting a number of different strategies for managing them.

In recent years it seems that complex, high-profile cross-border

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