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Fieldfisher revenue rises 12 per cent to £129 million in first six months of 2019/2020
Continued strong growth for the firm's offices in the UK, Germany, France, Belgium, and the US were further boosted by the addition of Ireland in May.
Fieldfisher advises InfraStrata on completion of Harland and Wolff acquisition
The European law firm assisted the energy infrastructure company with the structuring and execution of a complex deal that saves the 150 year-old Belfast shipyard from collapse and boosts InfraStrata's plans for the Islandmagee gas storage facility.
Performing under pressure: Invoking hardship in energy and natural resources contracts
Long-term agreements in the mining, energy and natural resources sectors often contain hardship clauses allowing one of the contracting parties to request to a re-negotiation of commercial terms. David Haverbeke and Guillian Baclin* examine the case for such clauses and how practice is outpacing policy in many jurisdictions.
US Secondary Sanctions and Navigating the EU Blocking Regulation
To date, the EU blocking Regulation, designed to counteract the extra-territoriality of US sanctions against Iran and Cuba has been considered a toothless tool and has not yet been substantively considered in the English courts.
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