"Peters & Peters also shows the continuing hold that litigation boutiques - as opposed to enormous international firms - have on contentious work" - The Lawyer

Articles

'Peters & Peters guides Mittal in oil access row', The Lawyer, dated 19 September 2011

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David McCluskey discusses 'Self-Reporting Initiative Hampered by Lack of Certainty' LNB News, 19 August 2011

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'In Check' by David McCluskey, Partner and Miranda Ching, Associate

'In Check' First published in The Solicitor's Journal Expert Witness Supplement, Summer 2011.

'Show us the Money' Partner David McCluskey quoted.

This article originally appeared in the July 2011 issue of Commercial Dispute Resolution magazine – www.cdr-news.com

Getting The Deal Through 'Anti- Corruption Regulation 2011'

Article by Monty Raphael QC, Getting The Deal Through 'Anti- Corruption Regulation 2011'.

The Executive Suite by Michael O'Kane

Crime & Punishment in antitrust article by Michael O'Kane

Article for publication in “The Antitrust Bulletin" by Michael O'Kane

DOES PRISON WORK FOR CARTELISTS? THE VIEW FROM BEHIND BARS An Interview of Bryan Allison by Michael O’Kane

Be careful what you wish for an article by Monty Raphael QC

Will the new Bribery Act end up pleasing none of the people, none of the time, asks Monty Raphael QC

The Law Gazette - Outcomes-Focused regulation: the emperor’s new clothes? by David McCluskey

David McCluskey, Partner and Catherine Fischl, Trainee write for The Law Gazette on outcomes-focused regulation.

Will the new act begin with a whimper? by David McCluskey

Last week, the first corporate ­prosecution under the much-heralded Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007 ended with a fine of £385,000 against Cotswold Geotechnical Holdings.

This followed its conviction for ­corporate manslaughter at Winchester Crown Court two days earlier.

The Crown Prosecution Service has said that it is considering other cases which may lead to proceedings.

http://www.lawgazette.co.uk/in-practice/will-new-act-begin-a-whimper

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