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17 of Dentons European Real Estate partners recognized as the best in the business
Best Lawyers International 2014-2015, the leading peer-review based directory of legal practitioners, ranked 17 Dentons partners as the “Best” in the Real Estate Law business across Europe.
Avoid a flood of uncertainty: draft to include costs that aren’t maintenance, repair, or replacement in a commercial lease
The flooding experienced by many parts of the country over the last year may be partly behind changes to the Ontario Building Code, changes designed to prevent the contamination of Ontario’s water supply system.
Dentons named among Ukraine’s top law firms by Ukrainian Law Firms 2014
Our Energy and Natural Resources practice was named among the Top Three in Ukraine, while our Banking and Finance and Restructuring practices were named among the Top Five in Ukraine, reflecting the firm’s legal support of significant industries transactions.
A blockbuster June jobs report and its meaning for business
The US economy recently added 288,000 jobs and the unemployment rate fell to 6.1 percent. With the revisions to April's and May's jobs reports, the net increase actually amounted to 317,000 jobs, with growth spread broadly across most industries.
Case Comment – Tsilhqot’in Nation v. British Columbia, 2014 SCC 44
On June 26, 2014 the Supreme Court of Canada released its much anticipated decision in Tsilhqot’in Nation v. British Columbia. The case is significant, in part, because it is the first SCC decision where the applicant, First Nation, successfully proved its claim to Aboriginal title.
Students: Starting Your Career in Law
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Dentons Boosts Hong Kong Finance Practice with Hire of Jeff Chen as Partner
Jeff has extensive experience in capital markets, structured finance and derivatives, with an emphasis in limited recourse and cross-border financing structures of all types, including asset-backed securities and asset backed loans.
Qatar Construction Update - Enforcement of arbitration awards in Qatar
Qatar has seen a positive step forward in the enforcement of arbitration awards recently with a decision by the Court of Cassation examining the application of the New York Convention, of which Qatar is a member, in respect of enforcement of arbitration awards in Qatar.
Think global but act local: Local content rules in the oil and gas sector
We all want things to be local. Whether its shops, banks (remember the HSBC advert about your local bank?), products etc. So it is only right that resource-rich countries should want to spread the wealth taken out of the ground locally.
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Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) have increasingly become a common structure for the delivery of public infrastructure. PPP offer the opportunity for governments and nongovernmental bodies to achieve more efficient projects by sharing risks and responsibilities differently as compared to traditional procurement. These types of structures also can offer better protection against schedule and cost overruns, and give the private sector the chance to bring innovation to the design, construction, operation and maintenance of public infrastructure.
PPP arrangements tend to be long-term and therefore the parties involved need an accurate understanding, agreement and documentation of rights and obligations over the course of the project. All parties to a PPP agreement need experienced legal advisors to achieve workable agreements that serve all parties.
Dentons' lawyers have deep-rooted experience with PPPs. We have assisted public owners, concessionaires, lenders and contractors with all aspects of PPP arrangements across a broad range of infrastructure sectors. We have leading PPP lawyers in jurisdictions that have been most active in these partnerships, including those in the United Kingdom, Europe and Canada. Whether you are involved in transport or utility, roads or accommodation we have experienced lawyers who can assist you.
Dentons Poland has won the Book of Lists 2013 ranking in the Law Firm category. The honor was formally announced at a gala event on 18 June in Warsaw. Read more
The Bordeaux administrative court of appeal has dismissed actions held against the partnership agreement and the autonomous agreement on the new Bordeaux stadium. Read more
In November 2013 the Nigerian Department of Petroleum Resources ("DPR") announced the commencement of the 2013 Marginal Fields Licensing Round. This article considers the development of marginal fields in Nigeria and comments on the delayed bidding process. Read more
On April 11, the Department of Energy will hold the first of a series of public meetings to discuss and receive comments on issues related to the Administration's Quadrennial Energy Review (QER). The QER was established earlier this year by President Obama to develop "a comprehensive and integrated energy strategy resulting from interagency dialogue and active engagement of external stakeholders." The first phase of the QER, to be completed by January 31, 2015, will focus on the nation's infrastructure for transporting, transmitting, and delivering energy. Read more
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Marc Fornacciari and Brian Fix led a 3-day seminar organized by the director of the public-private partnerships within the new Senegalese Ministry of Investment Promotion and Partnerships. Read more
Dentons, together with Infralinx Capital Polska and Hill International, have been appointed by the Polish Ministry of Infrastructure and Development to provide advice on the preparation and implementation of a pilot project operated through a public private partnership (PPP) in the health care sector. Read more
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