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Top 5 construction cases 2012

Norton Rose Fulbright Australia - Australia - December 20 2012 There were many noteworthy cases handed down in 2012, however we focused on those which have the most interest and practical relevance to our clients

Oil & Gas in South Africa

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

First-step analysis: energy disputes in Canada

Canada - January 1 1970 This Q&A touches on the essential first-step considerations when handling disputes in the energy sector in Canada, including key enforcement procedures and regulatory issues

Social media: what happens when you delete your account?

Global - June 20 2014 When you delete your Twitter account: you need to deactivate your account using your account settings. Your account should be deactivated within a

Hotel accommodation’s management of alcohol liability

Australia - October 31 2009 The sale of alcohol is an essential and profitable element of an accommodation hotel’s service

COVID-19: approach to court proceedings

USA - May 12 2020 Existing proceedings in the national courts are inevitably experiencing the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak. Where possible, hearings have been

COVID-19: AAA-ICDR's approach to arbitration

USA - May 7 2020 Existing dispute resolution proceedings are inevitably experiencing the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak. Where possible, hearings have been delayed or

Public-Private Partnership and the Private Finance Initiative

Global - April 24 2020 Although there is no uniform definition of public-private partnership (PPP), it is generally accepted that PPP refers to a collaboration between the

Antitrust agencies' COVID-19 response - interview

USA - April 23 2020 In the wake of COVID-19, public officials across the United States have expressed a willingness to prosecute price gougers and companies that

Antitrust agencies' COVID-19 response: federal and state authorities warn against price gouging

USA - April 16 2020 In the wake of COVID-19, some sellers of essential goods and services have tried to greatly increase the cost of their products to take advantage of