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Gas Regulation in the European Union

European Union, Global - May 20 2019 A structured guide to Gas Regulation in the European Union

Oil & Gas in South Africa

Global, South Africa - August 3 2017 A structured guide to oil and gas laws in South Africa

Director indemnities under new Companies Ordinance in Hong Kong

Hong Kong - May 8 2014 The Companies Ordinance in Hong Kong has been rewritten after years of discussions and consultations, with a view to modernising the legal framework

Applying the ITAR rules and managing human resources: where do things stand today?

Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP - Canada, USA - May 25 2012 The International Traffic in Arms Regulations, commonly known as the ITAR rules, are a set of U.S. Government regulations passed under the Arms Export Control Act

The role of the security trustee

United Kingdom - July 29 2014 In the April edition of Legalseas we considered the recent English High Court decision in Torre Asset Funding v The Royal Bank of Scotland plc. This

ICC construction industry arbitration report

Global - June 20 2019 The International Chamber of Commerce Commission recently published an update to its report on construction industry arbitration, focusing on

Use of corporate power purchase agreements

Italy, USA - June 17 2019 The use of corporate renewable power purchase agreements (PPAs) looks set to increase in Italy. Corporate PPAs are contracts between buyers and power

Construction disputes: maximising time and cost efficiencies

Global - June 13 2019 In construction disputes, a significant amount of legal time (and therefore expense) is often spent simply locating and trying to understand the

Expert evidence: practical tips for managing party-appointed experts

Global - May 30 2019 The expert phase is often the most critical, and sometimes costly, part of the arbitration process. Thus, choosing the right expert is crucial. This

New York Appellate Division confirms narrow scope of manifest disregard doctrine

USA - May 30 2019 The New York Appellate Division has reaffirmed that the manifest disregard doctrine is a "severely limited doctrine of last resort" that requires