Notes On Law Decree No. 77 Of July 31, 2021 Of The Italian Government, Enacting The Governance Of The National Recovery And Resilience Plan And Initial Measures To Strengthen Administrative Structures And Speed Up And Streamline Administrative Procedures – So Called “Decreto Semplificazioni Bis” Converted Into Law No. 108 Of July 29, 2021.

Law – Decree no. 77 of May 31, 2021, (hereinafter the “Decree”) converted into Law no. 108 of July 29, 2021, provides for a series of changes with reference to both the simplification of administrative procedures and the Green Economy, whose main ones are outlined here below. • Under Title I of the Decree, amendments […]

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Further Notes On Law Decree No. 76 Of July 16, 2020 Of The Italian Government, Enacting Urgent Measures On Simplification And Digital Innovation – So Called “Decreto Semplificazioni”, Converted Into Law No. 120 Of September 11, 2020

Making reference to the already posted note on the above subject matter, it appears relevant to provide the following further information in relation thereto. Query:➢ does the Law Decree provide the ability for project owners to replace the majority of the solar panels in ground mounted projects keeping their original feed in tariffs? Pursuant to […]

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Federal Judge Strikes Down Trump Rule Governing Water Pollution

The rule allowed fertilizers, pesticides and industrial chemicals to flow into small streams, marshes and wetlands. The judge warned of environmental harm. WASHINGTON — A federal judge on Monday struck down a Trump-era environmental rule that drastically limited federal restrictions against pollution of millions of streams, wetlands and marshes across the country. The Biden administration had already […]

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Beyond Maui: Groundwater Guidance Still Needed

This article was first published by Portfolio Media, Inc., a subsidiary of Lexis/Nexis. In Hawaii Wildlife Fund v. County of Maui, the U.S. District Court for the District of Hawaii held on July 15 that the county of Maui’s daily discharges of millions of gallons of wastewater into groundwater wells half a mile from the […]

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How to attract investments in the renewables industry

Discussion with the President of the GSE, the Managing Director of Enel Foundation and the President of Elettricità Futura on the Italian Energetic Transition I am writing to share with you my honour to have organized and led a round table and open discussion among the President of the GSE S.p.A. (the Italian company owned […]

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Mohamed Agamy participates in the IR Global Guide – The Middle East & North Africa: A dynamic region for inward & outward investment

Foreword by Andrew Chilvers The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region is a hugely diverse cultural and geographical mix that stretches from Morocco in northwest Africa to Iran in Southwest Asia. The region is home to a range of economies with vastly different levels of openness to international trade and investment. But with the […]

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Dimici ׀ Aksoy joins IR as the exclusive Energy Law Member in Turkey

IR Global, the world’s largest exclusive network of advisory firms is delighted to introduce Cansu Aksoy of Dimici ׀ Aksoy. Cansu has joined IR as our exclusive Energy Law member in Turkey. Cansu Aksoy is in charge of the energy and infrastructure projects and regulatory M&A along with cross-border transactions and corporate law related practices […]

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Dimici ׀ Aksoy joins IR as the exclusive Energy Law Member in Turkey

IR Global, the world’s largest exclusive network of advisory firms is delighted to introduce Burak Dimici of Dimici ׀ Aksoy. Burak has joined IR as our exclusive Energy Law member in Turkey. Burak Dimici is in charge of the energy and infrastructure projects and regulatory M&A along with cross-border transactions and corporate law related practices […]

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A short study about crowdfunding by dr. Balázs FERENCZY, the Head of our Banking & Finance Team

In the early stages of the lifecycle of modern, mostly technology companies, there is no final product, no organization, no go-to-market strategy, no sales; there is only one idea, and from the scarce resources temporarily provided by families or friends, to business angels (angel investors) or venture capital and, in the more mature stage, bank […]

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The pandemic may accelerate the spread of electronic procedures in Hungary

dr. Dániel Endre NAGY The pandemic brought significant changes both in the everyday and work lives of people: the use of home office became widespread, while communication is conducted through phone, emails and video conferences. Concurrently for official matters, such as signing contracts and doing banking administration, a person’s signature and personal presence are often […]

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Competition law in the age of Coronavirus: state-owned venture capital and private equity funds may acquire companies more easily

author: dr. Katinka TÖLGYES Significant relief was granted to directly or indirectly state-owned venture capital and private equity funds which, individually or jointly with another company, acquire management rights in a company for investment protection purposes. During the period of the emergency, for transactions in which the acquired company was in a difficult situation as a […]

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