WFW led and negotiated the entire transaction, including finalising the sale and purchase agreement.
In this article, Associate Haya Al Bawab reports on recent regulatory updates to crypto and virtual asset regulations in the United Arab Emirates.
In an article for Thomson Reuters, Partner Charlotte Bijlani and Associate Haya Al Bawab provide an overview of crypto asset regulation in the United Arab Emirates.
Watson Farley & Williams is delighted to announce that it has been Highly Commended at the Legal Business Awards 2022 for ‘Legal Technology Team of the Year’ for its Global Aviation Restructuring Index and for ‘Finance Team of the Year’ for advising Citibank and HSBC on first of their kind ECA-backed JOLCOs for Seaspan.
The project is the first under OTE’s Digital Transformation pillar, using funds from the National Recovery and Resilience Facility ‘Greece 2.0’, financed by the European Union’s NextGenerationEU programme.
WFW advised Vortex on all due diligence related matters, including real estate, employment, competition and tax matters.
Founded as a spin-off of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia in 2009, Rigenerand is a pioneering company in the field of advanced stem cell-based cancer therapies.
Whilst the legislative progress of the Proposal for a “European Regulation on Artificial Intelligence” continues, joint research by the universities of Bologna and Oxford has produced the first supportive tool designed to help companies comply with the pending legislation.
The development and use of energy saving technology (EST) in ships is likely to play a significant part in the transition towards sustainability. However, the installation and financing of EST on ships may present several challenges, particularly with existing ship financiers.
Corporate and M&A Partners Daniel Saunders and Mark Tooke, in a feature article for Bunkerspot, discuss the increase in M&A, joint venture and direct investment activity in maritime technology from investors both within and outside of the maritime industry.