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The June 2013 edition of Chadbourne & Parke’s Project Finance Newswire is available now.
The New York State Department of Labor recently published proposed regulations addressing employer deductions from employee wages.
This presentation by Chadbourne & Parke focuses on real-estate investment trusts (REITs) and renewable energy.
The ABA Tax Section’s May meeting hosted a panel discussion concerning the IRS’s start of construction guidance (Notice 2013-29).
Chadbourne & Parke’s John Marciano looks at the high-level tax considerations surrounding investment in non-US projects.
Turkey’s EMRA will grant the first ever solar energy licences after receiving applications between 10–14 June this year, for a maximum total capacity of 600MW in 27 regions.
The Supreme Court has held that plaintiffs in a Rule 10b-5 securities fraud class action for damages need not prove materiality to obtain class certification.
The IRS has had a flood of calls about a suggestion that turbine supply agreements should not have liquidated damages provisions.
Will the Cyprus bailout be enough to end the island’s appeal as an offshore financial centre for Ukrainian businesses?
Renewable energy companies and the Obama administration are looking for ways to reduce the cost of capital for renewable energy projects in the US.
Saudi Arabia is expected to issue procurements for 41,000MW of solar power projects worth more than $60bn, plus another 13,000MW of wind, geothermal and waste-to-energy plants, by 2032.
Reaction to the new five-year energy plan that China released in late January has been mixed.
Renewable energy projects traditionally attract financing only after securing a long-term contract to sell the electricity to a credit-worthy offtaker at a relatively fixed price.
Chadbourne & Parke has released its Project Finance Newswire for April 2013. Topics covered include renewable energy projects in Saudi Arabia, the cost of capital for energy projects, China’s new energy goals and more.
The Federal Reserve has finalised key rules on criteria for non-banks to be determined ‘systemically important’.
The SEC has issued new guidance permitting companies to use social media such as Facebook and Twitter to disclose material information provided that investors are first alerted to the sites that will be used.
On 21 March 2013, the SEC’s Division of Trading and Markets issued guidance regarding Rule 15a-6 under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.
Chadbourne & Parke has released the April 2013 edition of its Corporate Practice Newswire.
The USDA is now accepting applications to provide up to $20.8m in grants and loan guarantees to agricultural producers and rural small businesses to make efficiency improvements.
The March 2013 issue of Chadbourne & Parke’s international disputes newswire — The Arbiter — is available now. Topics covered include joint operating agreements and interim relief.