April 7, 2022
C|T Group marks 20-year anniversary; announces board changes
Long-standing Chairman and prominent businessman Robert Champion de Crespigny AC will be retiring from the C|T Group’s Board.
March 4, 2022
The case for ethnic diversity in international arbitration
As part of a series of videos on diversity in arbitration, Leonor Díaz-Córdova (C|T Group), Harry Matovu QC (Brick Court Chambers), Christine Batruc...
February 15, 2022
The importance of cognitive diversity in arbitration
A short introduction to a forthcoming series of videos on cognitive diversity in arbitration featuring Leonor Díaz-Córdova (C|T Group), Natalie Coss...
December 13, 2021
Tasmanian voters remain steady in their support of the State Government
The latest EMRS poll in 2021 has revealed that throughout the past year there have been no notable shifts in the voting intentions of Tasmanians.
November 15, 2021
Planning Reform: a vote winner or a vote loser?
John Walker from C|T Local explains the implications of the Government's Housing White Paper and previews exclusive research carried out by C|T Group ...
November 12, 2021
The Rise of Class Actions in Europe: Will London Remain The Preferred Choice?
The prominence of English law and London is no longer unrivalled for collective actions.
October 16, 2021
C|T Group & one club’s date in sporting history
C|T Corporate Advisory Director Jonathon Flegg discusses our most recent victory in the sports advisory space, and the instrumental role that C|T Grou...
October 1, 2021
If everyone is thinking alike, then no one is thinking…
The Importance of Cognitive Diversity in Arbitral Tribunals to Enhance the Quality of Arbitral Decision Making
September 24, 2021
1.6M more Tory votes in building homes and levelling up
A new poll from C|T Local, Sir Lynton Crosby’s real estate advisory business, and the Adam Smith Institute, finds that Conservatives could achieve m...
September 22, 2021
AUKUS: Brits are undecided but the PM must convince them
While voters see the US as still the dominant political force in the world, a plurality of Britons and Australians believe China will overtake the US ...