WFW led and negotiated the entire transaction, including finalising the sale and purchase agreement.
After Parliament’s vote, Europe is set to introduce the world’s first regulation of artificial intelligence systems.
The development of European legislation obliging corporations to consider the impact of their activities on the environment and human rights calls for a series of reflections, including on the role and duties of directors.
Under the agreement, all the renewable energy produced by Goethe Energy’s hydroelectric plants in Italy will be purchased by GDE.
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Renewable Energy Communities – searching for definitive answers: the scope for private autonomy and the role of big businesses6 March 2023
This article discusses the approval process of the Italian Ministry of the Environment and Energy Security decree regulating incentives for Renewable Energy Communities (“Comunità Energetiche Rinnovabili”).
Towards 2035: abandoning fossil-fuelled cars and expanding electric mobility – A challenge even for lawyers20 February 2023
This article discusses the EU Parliament’s new legislation on petrol and diesel car sales ban from 2035 and its implications for e-mobility and electric charging infrastructure development.
An insight into how the need to regulate AI will result in reforming the Product Liability Directive, one of the pillars of EU market law.
Watson Farley & Williams advised Atlante S.r.l. on its acquisition of Ressolar S.r.l.’s e-mobility business unit, representing a key turning point for e-mobility in Northern Italy and a boost towards accelerating the energy transition in the automotive sector.
Towards a new AI liability regime: presumptions and right of access to evidence in favour of injured parties22 December 2022
The article summarises the main elements of the directive proposed by the EU Commission to adapt the rules on non-contractual civil liability to allow for artificial intelligence.