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Decision of the Paris Court of Appeal on "adverse inferences" doctrine

France - March 31 2017 The Paris Court of Appeal has issued an important decision endorsing an arbitral award based, in part, on the "adverse inferences" principle in the…

Paul Brumpton.

The Paris Energy Series No. 6: Exclusion Clauses: Navigating the Minefield

France - May 13 2016 In energy contracts, attempts are frequently made to exclude or limit the liability of one or more of the parties. Lawyers and business people alike…

The flight of the operators: Resignation provisions under joint operating agreements

France, Global - April 27 2016 So said Admiral Hyman G Rickover, regarded as the father of the United States’ nuclear powered navy. It is with similar sentiments that both…

James Hart.

Paris Energy Series No.10: The Paris Agreement on Climate Change: Beware the Shield?

European Union, Global - March 24 2016 On 12 December 2015, the Paris Agreement (or the "Agreement") on climate change was signed by 195 States and the EU, provoking scenes of euphoria…

Risteard de Paor.

Paris energy series No. 9: expecting the unexpected: the force majeure clause

France, Global - February 11 2015 In August 2014, steel and mining company ArcelorMittal announced that it was suspending an expansion project to triple its iron ore production in…

Charles B. Rosenberg.