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Dentons Ranked No. 1 in Midwest Real Estate News "Best of the Best 2018"
For the fifth consecutive year, Dentons' Real Estate practice has been ranked No. 1 on the "Best of the Best" list by Midwest Real Estate News.
With all the changes and announcements in 2018, our Eurozone Hub has collated the following supervisory outlook for 2019 as a non-exhaustive “Playbook” for Banking Union Supervised Institutions and other regulated market participants already based in or otherwise relocating to the EU and/or the Eurozone.
Canada Federal Budget 2019
In the wake of the release of the much-anticipated 2019 Federal Budget, members of Dentons’ Tax group, together with a team at Wolters Kluwer, have prepared a Special Report which provides a detailed analysis and concise summary of the changes featured in the Budget.
Global tax guide to doing business in... 2019
Our Global tax guide to doing business in… highlights the complexities of corporate tax systems in 28 countries across Africa, the Americas, Asia Pacific, Australia and Europe.
US Policy Scan 2020
The Dentons US Public Policy Team is pleased to release its annual Policy Scan, our comprehensive overview of the policy and political landscape in 2020. We look to highlight movements across the spectrum of policy areas in the coming year.
Starting your career as a student at Dentons exposes you to a world of experience and opportunities
Dentons is home to top-tier talent that is found at the intersection of geography, industry knowledge and substantive legal experience. Working with Dentons, you will have the opportunity to learn from the best lawyers in the industry at the largest law firm in the world.
The Legal 500 EMEA 2019 recognizes over 130 Dentons lawyers
The 2019 edition of The Legal 500 Europe, Middle East and Africa has recognized 133 Dentons lawyers, of which 89 have been included in the elite “Leading Lawyers” list, while 44 are listed as “Next Generation Lawyers”.
Dentons launches Market Insights publication: “Digital Transformation and the Digital Consumer”
Dentons, the world’s largest law firm, has launched a new Market Insights publication entitled “Digital Transformation and the Digital Consumer”, which examines the legal implications of the online economy.
Dentons ranks across 68 tables securing 109 individual and 43 practice rankings in Chambers USA
Global law firm Dentons earned 109 individual and 43 practice rankings - a 20% increase over last year - in the most recent edition of Chamber USA.
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Capital constraints, increasingly complex regulations and rising resource nationalism are just a few of the challenges facing mining businesses today. With deep experience in the mining industries around the world, and with mining specialists on the ground in the Middle East, we are able to advise both domestic and international clients on all aspects of mining projects in the region.
Working with our offices around the globe, our Middle East team is ideally placed to assist you with transactions in the mining sector. Our lawyers have many years of practical experience dealing with the regulatory regime for the exploration and extraction of minerals, and we have advised on many significant corporate transactions involving the exploitation of mineral rights.
Turn to Dentons for assistance with mergers and acquisitions, project and trade finance, joint ventures, exploration agreements, mining licensing and permitting, offtake agreements, legislative reviews, IPOs, hedging, commercial disputes and much more.
We work with mining clients who are listed on the world’s major stock exchanges, including Australia, Hong Kong, Johannesburg, London, Moscow, New York and Toronto, and we advise investment banks and financial advisers active in the sector.
While the worldwide demand for minerals continues to grow, driving greater investment and exploration, increasing scrutiny from regulators, host governments and NGOs puts more pressure on market participants. As experts in the field, Dentons' lawyers can help you navigate such issues seamlessly around the world, and you will benefit from our specialist team in the region who can bring unique local insights to bear.
Following certification by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) that the Government of Iran had met its obligations under the P5+1 Nuclear Agreement, the United States and European Union have now relaxed substantial portions of their sanctions regimes against Iran. The central components of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) are the roll-back of sanctions against the Iranian petroleum, petrochemical, oil and natural gas sectors, restoration of financial ties to certain Iranian banks (including the Central Bank of Iran), and the elimination of the vast majority of US extra-territorial sanctions imposed after 2012.
Dentons' global Trade, WTO and Customs team analyzes the implications of these recent developments.
On April 2, 2015, the parties of the P5+1 (US, UK, France, China, Russia and Germany) and Iran reached what they are calling the “key parameters” of a Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), regarding Iran’s nuclear program. These parameters address many key issues, such as enrichment capacity, centrifuge infrastructure, reactors and inspections, phased over 25 years. These parameters also outline the basis on which a number of US, EU and UN Iran-related sanctions would be suspended, thus offering a path for Iran to reintegrate into the global economy.
On Monday, January 20, the US Department of the Treasury released much-anticipated guidance on its implementation of the Joint Plan of Action (JPA) agreed to by the US, UK, France, China, Russia, and Germany (collectively the "P5 + 1") and Iran on November 24, 2013.
Together, the Treasury Guidance and related materials offer meaningful detail about the terms of the JPA - but also raise the potential for challenging compliance issues. As described below, the JPA is limited to its terms and contingent upon Iran's compliance with international obligations: as such, the JPA can be suspended or reversed without advance notice. Moreover, because the P5+1 countries (as well as the EU) each have to implement the JPA through their own legal systems, there is a significant potential for inconsistent regulations across key jurisdictions. Within this framework, implementation of the JPA is likely to have significant commercial consequences for global firms in the agriculture, energy, financial services, life sciences and pharmaceutical sectors, including those with interests in the Middle East.
Dentons advised Oman Investment Fund (OIF) on its acquisition of a 20 per cent stake in Kunooz Oman Holding SAOC (Kunooz). The agreement took effect following a signing ceremony held in September 2016. As part of the agreement, OIF will be represented by two board members on the existing Kunooz board.
Global law firm Dentons, Colombia’s Cárdenas & Cárdenas, and Mexico’s López Velarde, today announced that the partners of each firm have approved the combination of the three firms, bringing the world’s largest law firm to two of Latin America’s top four economies.
The global law firm Dentons today announced that it will be establishing its first physical presence in Latin America and the Caribbean, with the news that it is considering combining with Colombia’s Cárdenas & Cárdenas, and Mexico’s López Velarde. The announcement follows Dentons' recent high-profile pivot to the Pacific Rim, in which the Firm announced a combination with both Australia's Gadens and Singapore's Rodyk, and the formalization of its historic combination in China, which made Dentons the largest law firm in the world.