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UK Supreme Court: collateral warranties not usually construction contracts so can’t be adjudicated

The Supreme Court has held unanimously that collateral warranties promising continued performance of construction obligations are generally not agreements for construction operations as...


Major nuclear energy legislation becomes law

On Tuesday, July 9, 2024, President Biden signed into law the most comprehensive energy-related bill since the Inflation Reduction Act—and it’s all about nuclear energy....


DOE announces $2.7 billion boost to U.S. nuclear fuel supply chain

On June 27, 2024, the U.S. Department of Energy (“DOE”) issued a request for proposals (“RFP”) aimed at expanding domestic uranium enrichment capabilities....


Supreme Court overturns Chevron; issues other decisions impacting NRC and agencies

The U.S. Supreme Court issued a number of decisions over the past few days that impact administrative agencies, including the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (“NRC”).


EU Member States reach agreement on ECT arbitration clause

On 26 June 2024, 26 EU Member States and the EU signed a declaration regarding the non-applicability of the investor-state arbitration clause in the ECT intra-EU (Declaration). The...

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Italian “DL Agricoltura”: new measures potentially affecting photovoltaic sector’s international investors

On 15 May 2024, Decree Law n. 63 (“DL Agricoltura” or “Decree”) entered into force in Italy for a provisional period of 60 days, after which, in the lack of a...

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IP issues in hydrogen in the manufacturing, energy, and industrials sector

Hydrogen is increasingly being recognized as a key element in the energy transition, offering significant potential for both the energy and manufacturing and industrials sectors. As a...

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The interplay of the new CS3D with EU private international law: what lies ahead for businesses

The new Corporate Social Due Diligence Directive involves a duty to regularly carry out a human rights and environmental risk based due diligence, both upstream and downstream in the supply ...


Polish auction-based support scheme within the framework of recent changes

One of support schemes available in Poland is the auction-based support scheme regulated in the RES Act. It grants the winners of the auctions the right to cover the negative balance for...

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