Our international energy law team contains experts across all areas of energy, from renewables and nuclear to utilities, oil and gas and conventional power generation. From the conversion waste to energy, to the implementation of blockchain projects in the energy sector, DWF has the sector specialists to advice you on the new and emerging challenges of energy regulation law that your business faces.
The energy team is committed to service excellence and the delivery of commercially relevant results and outcomes. Whatever your project, we use our legal knowledge to save you time and money and to reduce risk.
We work for clients across the globe including: ScottishPower, SUI SouthernGas, Essar, Yingli, Babcock, Horizon Nuclear, Vensys Turbines, Atkins, Doosan, United Utilities and Certas Energy.
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Assessing the key challenges of disrupted construction projects -- force majeure is just one consideration under COVID-19 conditions.
RT @DWF_LocalGov: In our latest update we outline the key clarifications to note from the government's updated Coronavirus Job Retention Sc…
The CMA published a guidance outlining its approach to businesses cooperating during the COVID-19 crisis and explaining what arrangements could be legal under competition law during the crisis.
An update briefing on material changes to Singapore’s COVID-19 response and legislative changes.
Spanish legal remedies in case of force majeure or similar in Spain.
The Irish government has introduced a new COVID-19 Pandemic Unemployment Payment ("the Payment") for employees and self employed individuals who have lost their employment or work due to a downturn in economic activity caused by COVID-19.
Confirmation that the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme is available to SEIS/EIS investee companies and a summary of the grants and reliefs made available by the Government as a result of COVID-19 that could be utilised by such companies.
This note considers the effect of COVID-19 on contractual relationships with a focus on force majeure and the doctrine of frustration under English law.
The impact of COVID-19 has been particularly challenging for employers with expatriates working overseas. A number of employers are facing difficulty in repatriating employees who may have been temporarily situated in certain jurisdictions and are now unable to return to their usual location of work.
Government announcements to facilitate cooperation between competitors at a time of crisis and other Competition law issues emerging from COVID-19
Co-Head of Water and Utilities, Manbir Thandi is in the Spring Edition of the @InstWater's Magazine to discuss the… https://t.co/4XLIUX2swe
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It’s just four weeks until our event with the Institute of Water where we will be discussing the water sector's new… https://t.co/jzk4Zx2ldm
Our international energy team comprises of more than 100 specialists across four continents. It draws together our in-depth knowledge and experience of the sector to deliver excellent legal advice in a commercial context.