The latest Legal Week Benchmarker study, in association with Norton Rose Fulbright, takes a look at global trends in energy. The report, with its focus on international trends, aims to provide clear data to help inform the manifold debates in this very important year for the energy industry.
Law Firm: Norton Rose Fulbright | Published: 11 June 2013 | Practice Area: Regulation and Enforcement
Requirements for a party under a commercial contract to seek the consent of another party before taking a certain action are sometimes qualified by a condition that the other party's consent cannot be unreasonably withheld. This briefing outlines the basic princples with reference to a recent case.
Law Firm: Norton Rose Fulbright | Published: 17 January 2012 | Practice Area: Sale and Supply of Goods and Services
As economic conditions in Europe remain challenging, market commentators continue to speculate that Asian investors may look to employ their capital by picking up discounted European assets. Norton Rose outline how listed companies in the UK are now among the most talked-about potential targets.
Law Firm: Norton Rose Fulbright | Published: 10 January 2012 | Practice Area: Mergers & Acquisitions
Among a number of topics, this round up of financial services news discusses the Government's response to the Independent Commission on Banking's final report and recommendations to improve stability and competition in the UK banking industry.
Law Firm: Norton Rose Fulbright | Published: 05 January 2012 | Practice Area: Regulation and Compliance
The recent competition dawn raids on Dutch mobile operators are a reminder that the industry is subject to competition laws as well as telecoms regulation. This briefing explains the context - and summarises the relevant rules, the risks of non-compliance, and how businesses can manage those risks.
Law Firm: Norton Rose Fulbright | Published: 14 December 2011 | Practice Area: Competition Regulators and enforcement
Australia's ruling Labor party has voted to end the country's ban on selling uranium to India, meaning Australia will be well-placed to feed India's increasing appetite for uranium. Norton Rose outlines how the agreement will lead to better relations and greater trade between the two countries.
Law Firm: Norton Rose Fulbright | Published: 12 December 2011 | Practice Area: Regulation and Enforcement
Norton Rose's quarterly bulletin on insurance issues in the Asia Pacific region covers recent legal developments that may be of interest to insurers and reinsurers operating in the region. Each profile offers detailed coverage on legislative news and relevant case notes.
Law Firm: Norton Rose Fulbright | Published: 07 December 2011 | Practice Area: Regulation and Insurance
China is viewed as a key area for the future growth of the asset management industry. This briefing provides an overview of the key features of major types of asset managers in China and key regulatory issues required to establish an asset management business in the China.
Law Firm: Norton Rose Fulbright | Published: 01 December 2011 | Practice Area: Sales and Asset Finance
Three years on from Lehman Brothers' collapse, this survey illustrates the changing perspective of financial institutions by revealing the extent to which the sector has already undergone a significant transformation and gives some clues as to how the landscape may evolve in the future.
Law Firm: Norton Rose Fulbright | Published: 25 November 2011 | Practice Area: Corporate Financing
This guide from Norton Rose outlines South Africa's priorities for scaling up renewable energy with particular focus on the climate change investment policies and opportunities. The briefing contains a high-level compilation of key policies and projects, based on publicly available sources.
Law Firm: Norton Rose Fulbright | Published: 24 November 2011 | Practice Area: Renewables