Ralph Oswald Isenegger shares the lessons he has learned from managing high-profile international cases

I have always found it important to reflect on my time. Day by day, case by case, it is vital to continue to learn, to build on what has been achieved and improve on anything possible.

I have worked on a great variety of cases in different countries and areas of law, and I can confidently say that while no two cases have been the same, there are often lessons that can be taken forward.

This has been true since the dawn of my career, from my first case in 1991, fresh from the University of Geneva, working alongside the Attorney General Bernard Bertossa, to today, leading a strategic consultancy firm in Dubai and advising on cases of vast magnitude under the inquisitive eye of the world’s media.

One of those lessons...

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