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Arturo Sferruzza

Why GSE should reduce instead of revoke incentives for PV plants

Energy & Natural Resources - Italy
Norton Rose Fulbright Studio Legale

According to a recent Lazio Regional Administrative Court ruling, before reaching a decision on the revocation of incentives, the Energy Services Operator must confirm whether the renewables exception set out in Article 42(3) of Legislative Decree 28/2011 applies (ie, the plant in question must have received incentives when the violation was verified) and assess the size of the reduction with regard to the extent of the violation detected..

Patricia Barboza

Outsourcing: a new paradigm

Employment & Benefits - Brazil
CGM Advogados

In a recent decision, the Supreme Court addressed an important question relating to the day-to-day activities of companies operating in Brazil: is the outsourcing of services allowed without restriction or should it be limited to non-core business activities, as set out by Precedent 331 of the Superior Labour Court? This decision is relevant because it will affect the standards adopted by the Brazilian labour courts in relation to outsourcing..

Till Spillmann

Bond issuers will retain quick access to Swiss debt capital market under new regime

Capital Markets - Switzerland
Niederer Kraft Frey

As part of its effort to meet EU-equivalent standards, Switzerland is in the process of implementing a comprehensive reform package which will fundamentally change the Swiss financial market regulatory framework and introduce the country's first harmonised and coherent prospectus regulation.

Kate McKenna

European Commission issues notice on recovery of unlawful and incompatible state aid

International Trade - European Union
Matheson

The European Commission recently published a new notice on the implementation of its decisions ordering the recovery of state aid.

Pierre Bienvenu

Data protection and cyber-risk issues in arbitration: regulation, cyberattacks and hacked evidence

Arbitration & ADR - International
Norton Rose Fulbright

Data protection and cybersecurity are hot topics in international arbitration and international surveys demonstrate that users of arbitration are concerned about data security.

Liat Rotman

Court redefines relationship between insureds, tortfeasors and National Insurance Institute

Insurance - Israel
Levitan, Sharon & Co

Employees in Israel are automatically insured for work accidents by the National Insurance Institute (NII).

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Three’s a crowd? Third-party arbitration funding

Arbitration & ADR / Canada, Cyprus, Greece, India, Netherlands, Poland, United Kingdom

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Uber-complex: regulating ride-hail services

Shipping & Transport / Finland, USA

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Competition and antitrust in the digital age

Competition & Antitrust / Bulgaria, Czech Republic, European Union, Hungary, Mexico, Pakistan, Poland, Slovenia, Switzerland, Turkey