A conversation with Professor Pierre-Hugues Verdier of the University of Virginia School of Law, and author of the book, Global Banks on Trial: US Prosecutions and the Remaking of International Finance.
Month: December 2021
Now that COP26 is behind us, what are the implications going forward? The two-week long UN global climate summit – postponed by a year due to COVID – brought some 40,000 delegates, together with high expectations of a reboot of our approach to pressing climate challenges, to Glasgow, and certainly included plenty of drama.
Explore the impact of the post-Covid workforce and the challenges facing employers in multiple jurisdictions. We consider the employment and mobility issues arising in the UK, France, Germany, Hong Kong, US and Brazil, with a particular focus on vaccinations and testing policies, remote and hybrid working and the future of work. Chris Fisher, our host and head of the London Employment practice, is joined by six of his colleagues from Mayer Brown’s Employment & Benefits Group.