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The Australian government has launched ‘Accelerating Commercialisation’, an initiative aimed at accelerating the commercialisation of intellectual property relating to new products, processes and services.
Real Estate Gazette — international real-estate finance markets; developments in individual countries; and more download
In this edition of the Real Estate Gazette, DLA Piper brings together a range of articles dealing with the financing of real estate around the world.
In a historic move that adds life to international climate negotiations, the US and China have committed to undertake significant actions to combat climate change.
On 5 November 2014, a group of journalists placed about 540 rulings granted by the Luxembourg tax administration to some 340 companies active in a large number of industries.
Mineral Matters — proposals for new regulations on health and safety in mines; import issues in the mining sector; and more
DLA Piper has released the latest edition of its Minerals Matters publication.
It is clear that the Renewable Energy Act has succeeded in attracting more investment in solar PV than Japan’s grid can handle.
In the latest effort by the government of Mongolia to increase foreign investment and accelerate economic activity, the Great Khural has adopted the Law of Mongolia on Petroleum.
On 7 October 2014, the AGCM and the IVASS signed a memorandum of understanding concerning the consumer protection on the insurance market.
This guide provides sound, practical advice on the relevant laws and regulations for foreign companies looking to invest in Australia.
In an effort by Mongolia’s government to increase foreign investment and accelerate economic activity, the Parliament has adopted the Law of Mongolia on Petroleum.
This updated third edition of Renewable Energy in the Asia Pacific: A Legal Overview provides a high-level renewable energy profile for 16 countries across the region.
The US Department of Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control has issued additional sanctions targeting certain Russian banks, energy and defence companies.
This paper is a high-level overview of developments concerning the Maldives.
The growth of R&D budgets and the increase in the number of patents issued to energy companies will likely result in a rise in patent disputes between competitors in the energy sector.
Intellectual Property and Technology News — state biosimilars laws are evolving; surviving a trademark opposition challenge; and more
DLA Piper has released issue 23 of its Intellectual Property and Technology News, which reports on worldwide developments in IP and technology law.
The new EU sanctions against Russia — key points to know, key steps for companies with business interests in Russia
The EU has adopted economic sanctions against Russia — the latest step relating to the protection of the territorial integrity of Ukraine.
DLA Piper outlines the income tax, goods and services tax, fuel tax and other implications that will stem from the repeal of the carbon tax.
Australia offers a platform that allows new foreign investors to embrace the globalisation of real-estate capital with confidence.
Lee Alexander and Philip Angeli look at the key points in a proposed Department of Energy rule change.
Supreme Court rejects premise for GHG Tailoring Rule, but largely maintains EPA’s authority to set GHG emission limits
The court’s decision upholds the EPA’s regulation of roughly 83 percent of stationary-source GHG emissions under its permitting programme.