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Protecting the Environment Under the French Constitution: The Story Continues

France - July 9 2018 Lawmakers will debate an amendment to include the country’s environmental commitments in Article 1 of France’s Constitution. MPs in France have...


Conseil d’Etat Issues Advisory Opinion on Environmental Permits Challenged Before Administrative Courts

France - June 5 2018 A recent Environmental Code amendment aims to invigorate sluggish legal processes delaying environmental project development. Third parties and local...

Paul Davies.


France Takes Steps to Address Climate Change Through Constitutional Reform

France - May 17 2018 Intense lobbying surrounds a recent proposal to amend Article 34 of the Constitution. French Prime Minister Édouard Philippe recently unveiled a...

Paul Davies.


Guide to International Arbitration

Global - October 9 2017 Commercial arbitration is a private form of binding dispute resolution, conducted before an impartial tribunal, which emanates from the agreement of...

Daiske Yoshida, Sophie Lamb, Fernando Mantilla-Serrano, Markus Rieder, Sebastian Seelmann-Eggebert, Philip Clifford, Oliver Browne, Melanie M. Blunschi, Simon D. Powell, Charles Claypoole, Antonio Morales, Claudia T. Salomon, Ing Loong Yang, Christine Gärtner, Volker Schäfer.


France Reforms Lobbying Rules: Government to Impose Criminal Penalties

France - June 2 2017 Significant changes in the lobbying rules will implicate both individuals and entities that may not consider themselves as primarily lobbyists. Key...

Julie Ladousse.