Monday Nov 18
Will Colombia's Farmers Get What They Want?
This summer, I traveled to Bogota to visit my extended family. I spent five peaceful days driving around the capital city slate-colored, chilly, surrounded by mountains.
Chevron's Day in Court
High-stakes corporate liability litigation is changing. Rather than just defending themselves in court on the merits, big companies increasingly are taking the offensive against plaintiffs' lawyers who sue them.
Argentina airline unions threaten strike over LAN
Argentine airline unions are threatening to strike Thursday if the government goes ahead with plans to evict the local subsidiary of Latin America's biggest carrier from its Buenos Aires airport hangar.
The Pinnacle of Summer Skiing
Summer vacation offers a welcome break from work just as weather dictates an entirely unwelcome break from powder.