Well regarded securities litigation and dispute resolution expert Thomas Ross has joined the firm’s London Dispute Resolution group as a Partner.
The “MSC SEASIDE” is due to enter service in December 2017, and will operate year-round to the Caribbean, from a renovated and expanded dedicated berth and terminal at the Port of Miami, Florida, USA.
All four are located in the provinces of Reggio Emilia and Modena (Emilia Romagna Region, Italy).
WFW advises RCMA on sale of its international rubber trading and distribution business to Halcyon Agri
It has been a pleasure to work once again with the RCMA team
The facility was used to partially refinance four credit facilities and is secured on 35 vessels owned by subsidiaries of CPLP, comprising almost the entirety of its fleet.
WFW advises on £1.3bn investment-grade bond acquisition of 50% stake in 659 MW Walney Extension offshore wind farm
With a total capacity of 659 MW it will be the world’s largest offshore wind farm once online (expected in Q2 2018).
This is another excellent result for the firm and clear evidence of the success of our industry sector focused model despite a challenging macro-economic environment.
We are pleased to have been instructed by Alpha Bank on this important and complex transaction.
The plant is owned by an SPV of Fri-El Group, one of Italy’s leading green energy company, active in the Italian wind sector since 2002.
International law firm Watson Farley & Williams (“WFW”) advised Höegh LNG Ltd (“Höegh LNG”) on the. . .