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Watson Farley & Williams (“WFW”) is delighted to announce that Cyrille Gogny-Goubert has joined the firm’s Paris office, establishing an on-the-ground real estate practice in France for the first time.
The portfolio comprises 73 plants which produce over 355,000 MWh annually, representing enough clean electricity to supply more than 115,000 households.
This article examines Thailand’s recent high profile case on hotel defamation and the Computer Crimes Act, and considers significant issues that travel and tourism-related OTAs, websites and platforms should be aware of.
This is the first of a series of articles on the LNG-toPower projects, and will look at the risk matrix for the main components of an LNG-to-Power value chain as well as suitable mitigants, starting with a ‘bigger picture’ approach..
WFW carried out the due diligence and the drafting and negotiation of the share purchase agreement executed within the framework of the deal.
The first drawdown refinanced indebtedness in relation to nine VLCCs and three Suezmaxes and security included Belgian, Greek and French mortgages over these ships.
The German Government has issued a draft for a substantial revision of the Renewable Energy Act, with a view to paving the way to achieving national climate targets.
In this week’s Commercial Disputes Weekly find out the English’s court’s view on whether a “material adverse effect” clause could cover the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, as well as the Court of Appeal’s decision in a case raising important issues on misuse of confidential information and the tort of conspiracy to injure by unlawful means.
Felicity Jones and Alan Polivnick have once again collaborated for a feature article in prominent hospitality trade publication Hotels Magazine.
In this article we discuss how the ever-growing importance of sale and leaseback transactions as an alternative to financing ships by way of loan, makes it both timely and welcome that BIMCO has produced a standardised term sheet.