GLOBAL PRACTICE GUIDES

Expert Commentary on Legal Issues

Chambers Global Practice Guides provide in-house counsel with expert legal commentary on the main practice areas in key jurisdictions around the world.
The guides focus on the practical legal issues affecting business and enable the reader to compare legislation and procedure across a range of key jurisdictions.

For every guide we select Contributing Editors who are ranked in the relevant Chambers Guides as the best in their field. The individual contributors who write the ‘Law and Practice’ and ‘Trends & Developments’ sections are selected on the same basis.


Latest Publications
Anti-Corruption 2019 Second Edition

This second edition of Anti-Corruption outlines applicable offences along with defences and exceptions. Anti-Corruption also offers expert guidance on compliance and enforcement issues.

Litigation 2019 Second Edition

Litigation 2019 Second Edition covers every step of the litigation process, including funding, initiating lawsuits, pre-action conduct, injunctive relief, damages, appeal, costs and ADR.


Recently Updated Practice Areas
Anti-Corruption 2019 Second Edition
Last Updated: 09/12/2019

This second edition of Anti-Corruption outlines applicable offences along with defences and exceptions. Anti-Corruption also offers expert guidance on compliance and enforcement issues.

Litigation 2019 Second Edition
Last Updated: 05/12/2019

Litigation 2019 Second Edition covers every step of the litigation process, including funding, initiating lawsuits, pre-action conduct, injunctive relief, damages, appeal, costs and ADR.

Gaming Law 2019
Last Updated: 25/11/2019

Gaming Law 2019 offers expert commentary on current and expected developments in key jurisdictions. The guide provides an overview of the legislative framework, licences, regulatory authorities, land-based gambling, advertising, sanctions and enforcement actions.

Insolvency 2019 Second Edition
Last Updated: 20/11/2019

Insolvency 2019 Second Edition provides concise, high-level summaries of country-specific debtor and creditor rights and legal alternatives (statutory and non-statutory) for the restructuring and resolution of financially distressed and insolvent businesses.