One thing seems certain following Brexit: economic uncertainty. But how long will it last and how will Australia be affected? Corrs’ CEO John Denton, Senior Adviser, International Business Engagement Peter Grey and Special Counsel James Shirbin consi
When the rubber hits the road: Opportunities and challenges for Australia’s first rubber-tyred train system
Rapid transit metros using trains with a rubber-tyred guided system could soon be on the cards for Australian cities. What are the opportunities and challenges presented by the introduction of such a system?
Plenty in reserve: Tapping into Iran’s true potential
With Federal Government lifting most sanctions against Iran, what does the country offer Australian business? Corrs partners Alan Churley and David Yates explore a nation which boasts the world’s largest gas reserves.
Trump, Brexit and Protectionism: Navigating cross-border disputes and international arbitration in a more connected world
The rise in global protectionism will lead to more disputes in an increasingly connected world. As trust is eroded, businesses must adopt active mitigation strategies to navigate the risks of global trade and commerce.