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Eversheds has advised Southwark council on London’s first district heating system, harnessing energy from waste, to heat 2,500 homes.
Over the last few years, major power projects such as offshore wind and nuclear new build have increasingly been procured on a multi-contract basis. With this in mind, here are ten things that a developer should be aware of when drafting and negotiating contracts for a multi-contract project.
Parmjit Singh, India trade expert at Eversheds, has commented following news that exports to India have increased by 20 per cent following UK trade delegations to the continent.
Ben Jones, a principal associate in Eversheds’ tax team, has been interviewed on Bloomberg Television.
Eversheds has advised Malaysia’s third-largest listed plantation company, Kuala Lumpur Kepong Berhad, on a $21.3m cash offer for Equatorial Palm Oil.
Richard Matthews of Eversheds has said that the sentencing of Jean-Claude Mas for his role in the PIP breast implant saga represents a ‘significant milestone’.
Eversheds has appointed Giles Salmond, an indirect tax litigation director at Deloitte, as a partner in its London tax team, where he will lead the VAT disputes and indirect taxes practice.
Eversheds has commented following the UK chancellor’s announcement in the Autumn Statement on further tax incentives for shale gas investments.
Philip Myers of Eversheds has commented in response to the UK chancellor’s announcement that the rise in business rates will be limited to two per cent.
Eversheds Stockholm has made a donation to Doctors Without Borders to help the victims in the Philippines that typhoon Haiyan affected.
Eversheds has announced a tie-up with Mahons Attorneys in South Africa and El Heni in Tunisia.
Andrew Herring, partner at Eversheds, has commented following the unveiling of the UK government’s new plans for infrastructure spending.
Paula Barrett of Eversheds believes that cybersecurity ‘remains a global threat for businesses’.
Eversheds has commented following news that users of Twitter and Facebook will be warned about the dangers of committing contempt of court in new advisory notes from the UK attorney general.
Eversheds’ Asia managing partner has commented on the UK’s trade delegation to China.
Eversheds has commented on the arrests of six men in relation to match fixing in the lower UK football divisions.
Eversheds in Germany has advised Microsoft Deutschland on the relocation of its headquarters from Unterschleißheim to Munich, Parkstadt Schwabing.
Audrey Williams, partner at Eversheds, has said that shared parental leave will require careful management by employers and employees.
Andrew Nunn, partner at Eversheds, has commented on news that Dubai-based property group Damac’s London flotation has been delayed.
Greg Brandman, partner and banking regulation expert at Eversheds, has said that the amendment added to the UK Banking Reform Bill is ‘misguided and ill informed’.