On 10 June 2021, the German Parliament (Bundestag) adopted the Act on the Implementation of the Digitalisation Directive (Gesetz zur Umsetzung der Digitalisierungsrichtlinie, DiRUG) of the European Union, setting the framework for the online formation and registration of branches of new businesses in Germany.
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Watson Farley & Williams’ London office has been awarded the Women in Leadership Empowerment Forum Gold Standard Certification 2021.
Watson Farley & Williams has advised a syndicate of banks on the €283m refinancing of the 49.9 MW thermo-solar in Fuente Palmera, Córdoba, Spain.
We advised Kenergy Ventures BV on the formation and implementation of a joint venture agreement with Reden Development Spain S.L. to develop photovoltaic projects in Spain. This joint venture is the first step in a long-term alliance between Kenergy and Reden Solar to develop renewable energy projects in Spain.
The Covid-19 pandemic has required the Courts to grapple with novel questions regarding the renewal of commercial leases. This article explores some of the most impactful decisions on contractual risk allocation and valuation.
We advised Stemly Pte Ltd. on its spin-out from ING Singapore’s start up incubator, ING Labs Singapore.
RD-L 12/2021 adopts urgent measures in the field of energy taxation and generation, as well as regarding the management of the regulatory levy and the water-use tariff.
In three recent cases, the English courts have provided a series of warnings on the uses and abuses of expert evidence, from guidance on the avoidance of conflicts to the implications of a failure by experts to comply with their duties.
The HyBRIDS project’s primary objective is introducing green hydrogen into the Italian gas network through the use of innovative technologies aimed at making hydrogen produced from renewable sources and with low emissions more easily usable by civil and industrial users.
We advised Helios Energy Investments on the refinancing of an existing mezzanine loan agreement relating to a 96 MW photovoltaic project acquired from Cobra Group in 2019.