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Tipping point: Turning Africa's waste into energy
Waste-to-Energy could provide a solution to the need for sustainable waste disposal and renewable power generation in Africa, but financing, constructing and delivering major projects in countries without sophisticated refuse collection systems is a challenge even for experienced developers. Cecily Davis examines the case for WtE in Africa.
Sanctions: Cooperating without overcompensating
Over-compliance with sanctions rules can paralyse a business unnecessarily, when a carefully considered proportionate response can minimise the risk of committing a breach. Fieldfisher sanctions experts Vivien Davies, Andrew Hood and Vanessa Wilkinson discuss how good planning and proportionate measures can help soothe the sanctions headache.
Fieldfisher ranked leading AIM legal adviser by deal volume
Firm outperforms market on successful deal completions year-to-date in 2019 and maintains place as third biggest legal adviser to AIM-listed companies by number of clients.
Financing Ireland’s renewable energy future
New legislation and incentives are attracting a wider variety of lenders and lending models to Ireland's renewables market. Feilim O'Caoimh and Elaine Traynor, renewable energy specialists at Fieldfisher, discuss how Ireland is accommodating rising demand to finance its clean energy projects.
Samuel Pallotto, Mathilde Cazé, Charlotte Wright, Mathilde Ghez, Antoine Gabizon and Cédric Pavao are mentioned in 'Fieldfisher conseil juridique de l'opération dans le cadre de l'introduction en bourse d'Agripower France'
Renzo Marchini and Alexander de Gaye published 'Does the EDPB answer frequently asked questions on territorial scope? (Update)'
David Northfield published 'Bias & recusal: 'judicial discomfort at continuing with the case is not the test''
Andrew Hood and Edward Bowie published 'Cold Turkey: Will new EU sanctions freeze out more investment?'
David Northfield published ''Inappropriate, protracted and hostile': High Court reminds Tribunals about witness questioning'
Lindsay Holt published 'Lindsay Holt highlights Swedish study implicating dangers of prolonged pregnancy'