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Water (power) march! An overview of the new funding system for hydropower

By Felix Schneider, Philipp Strondl On September 16, 2020, the eagerly awaited draft of the federal law on the expansion of energy from renewable sources (Renewable Expansion Law –  EAG ) was submitted for assessment. Comments on this can only be submitted until October 28, 2020. The draft brings significant changes to the funding system for hydropower plants and is intended […]

Personal injury compensation claims – How to obtain an award appropriate to the financial implications of the injury

By Piero Mastrosimone Nobody can possibly tell when they may have the misfortune to have a serious or life-changing accident. Rarely does anyone plan their response to such an event. It goes without saying that any severe accident is devastating but an accident abroad can be overwhelming. The Association of British Insurers (ABI)  report 3,000 British […]

The ediscovery process from start to finish

Discovery, an all-too-familiar term for most legal professionals, is the litigation phase during which the parties dispute and exchange information and evidence relevant to the lawsuit. So that being said, what exactly is ediscovery? Electronic discovery, commonly known as ediscovery, is exchanging electronically stored information (ESI) during the discovery process. Discoverable ESI typically includes relevant […]

State of calamity and state of emergency

The state of emergency started in Portugal at 00.00 a.m. of 19 March, enacted through Decree of the President of the Republic no. 14-A/2020, of 18 March. Having been renewed twice through Decree no. 17-A/2020, of 2 April, and Decree no. 20-A/2020, of 17 April, the state of emergency was extended until 11:59 p.m. of […]

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A judge has said King & Spalding failed to provide “full and frank disclosure” in a recent High Court hearing against Enyo Law, adding that the omission was “highly culpable”. The comments followed a recent case between its client Leidos Inc and the Hellenic Republic, relating to the allocation of costs after the enforcement of […]

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Fieldfisher loses third life sciences partner in four months

Fieldfisher has lost a London partner to US firm Arnold & Porter, in a move that marks yet another blow to Fieldfisher’s IP and life sciences practice following a string of departures. Partner Beatriz San Martin has joined the US firm having spent over a decade at Fieldfisher. She joined in 2004 and ascended to […]

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Osborne Clarke reeled in as Bonmarché collapses into administration

Osborne Clarke has been drafted in on the administration of long-suffering women’s clothing retailer Bonmarché. Bonmarché became the latest high street store to collapse into administration on Friday, appointing FRP Advisory as administrators. Osborne Clarke restructuring partners Will Gunston and Nigel Boobier, as well as head of retail Dolf Darnton are advising FRP, which is […]

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