This edition in the Getting the Deal Through series provides a comparative guide to the most important issues related to project finance regulation across jurisdictions worldwide, covering: collateral, foreign exchange, remittances and repatriation of foreign earnings, existing liens, offshore and foreign currency accounts, foreign investment and ownership restrictions, government approvals, foreign employee and equipment import restrictions, nationalisation and expropriation, international arbitration, export and structure of project companies.
Alanna Andrew, Martin Davies
Latham & Watkins LLP
Expert local insight into dispute resolution worldwide, dealing with matters related to: court system, judges and juries, limitation issues, pre-action behaviour, starting proceedings and the timetable for proceedings, case management, evidence, interim remedies and relief, enforcement, appeal, foreign judgments, UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration, arbitration agreements and arbitral procedure, court intervention and requirements for ADR.
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HFW | Nepal | 17 Sep 2018
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Greenberg Traurig LLP | Nepal, USA | 23 May 2018
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