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In conjunction with this year’s Global Infrastructure Law Review of the Year series and the Paris Arbitration Week, the Paris module will discuss notable developments in relation to on-demand bonds in construction disputes.
The South African legal landscape as it pertains to the potential review of tender awards is an uncertain and rapidly evolving space. Join the Pinsent Masons South Africa team as they highlight recent key developments in this space.
This leading industry event will bring together key stakeholders in the sector who are implementing and delivering Ireland's emissions reduction targets. We will explore trends we are seeing emerging in the Irish market: platform opportunities and local partnerships are becoming key for efficiencies and economies of scale, offshore wind in Ireland is emerging as a key part of the solution as, indeed, are alternative routes to market/offtake contracts in the form of corporate power purchase agreements.
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Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons has announced a new Head of Melbourne, Phillipa Beck, which will coincide with a move for the firm’s Melbourne office to new premises in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD at 101 Collins Street in April.
Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons has advised International Finance Corporation (IFC) on its investment in Mongolia’s first ever green bond issuance.
Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons has hired real estate partner, Louisa Lynch, in Dubai.