The Business Law Awards celebrate partnerships, projects and teams that promote innovation, quality and efficiency in the delivery of legal service.
An overview of the EU’s plans for a pilot auction to boost hydrogen production in Europe.
The three biomethane production plants will all be located in Sardinia and will have a capacity of 400 smc/h each.
Germany’s new Corporate Due Diligence Obligations for the Prevention of Human Rights Violations in Supply Chains Act — key challenges and risks for the construction sector3 February 2023
This article reviews the key risks and challenges in Germany’s new Corporate Due Diligence Obligations for the Prevention of Human Rights Violations in Supply Chains Act for the construction sectors.
Read the ninthy second edition of our weekly update of Italian labour law.
Offshore renewable plants: the simplified authorisation according to ART. 72 of draft law-decree PNRR in 10 points1 February 2023
A new authorisation process accelerates the realisation of reforms introduced by the Italian National Recovery and Resilience Plan with respect to renewable offshore plants.
Developments in the London listing markets: Financial Services and Markets Bill and UK prospectus regime changes1 February 2023
In this article, we report on the key aspects of the Financial Services and Markets Bill and the recently published illustrative draft statutory instrument relating to reform of the UK prospectus regime.
Watson Farley & Williams has advised French independent asset management company RGREEN INVEST on a €250m investment in independent Israeli renewable energy producer Econergy to enhance their strategic cooperation.
Watson Farley & Williams is delighted to announce the opening of its 18th international office in Seoul, South Korea with the arrival of new Partners Eugene Chang and Philip Kim who join the firm from K&L Gates and Herbert Smith Freehills respectively.
This issue of Commercial Disputes Weekly contains some valuable lessons on ensuring that you consider carefully what you are agreeing to as well as making sure finalise the contracting process. We also consider a decision on the interpretation of section 11 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985 and when a party should be allowed to defend the claim against them.