Event 14 Oct. 2022
Curtis Provides Capacity Training to the Government of Uganda
Event 21 Sep. 2022
Kalidou Gadio Speaks at AIEN 2022 International Energy Summit
Client Alert 20 Sep. 2022
Unexpected Events from Covid to Supply Chain Disruption: Implications for US Contract, Securities and Antitrust Law
Client Alert 29 Jun. 2022
Discovery, Jurisdiction and Service: Changes in U.S. Law and Implications for Japanese Companies
Event 29 Nov. 2022
Simon Batifort Lectures on “The Defense of States in International Arbitration” at Queen Mary University of London
Event 25 Oct. 2022
Simon Batifort Speaks on ASIL Panel about the Role of Translation and Interpretation in International Dispute Settlement
Event 22 Nov. 2022
Elisa Botero and Fernando Tupa to speak at the XVI International Congress of Arbitration in Lima, Perú
Event 02 Nov. 2022
Claudia Frutos-Peterson Speaks at the Universidad Externado de Colombia’s 6th Conference on National and International Arbitration
News 27 Sep. 2022
Curtis Boosts Riyadh Office with New Corporate Partner Stuart Davies
News 16 Aug. 2022
Curtis Delivers More Firsts for the Government of Oman in its Defense Against U.S. Trade Measures
Event 08 Nov. 2022
Simon Batifort and Andrew Larkin Speak at the 2022 ASIL Midyear Meeting
Borzu Sabahi, Justin Jacinto & Marija Ozolins to Speak at International Law Institute Seminar
Client Alert 30 Aug. 2022
The EU Adopts the “Maintenance and Alignment” Sanctions Package
Client Alert 20 Jul. 2022
The EU Undertakes Fundamental Reform of the Legal Basis for Sanctions Enforcement
Client Alert 24 Jun. 2021
Update on Virtual Notarization (Executive Order 202.7) During the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic (Updated: June 24, 2021) — U.S. Insight
Update on Virtual Witnessing (New York Executive Order 202.14) During The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic (Updated: June 24, 2021) — U.S. Insight
Event 17 Nov. 2021
Long before President Biden’s November 15th signing of the “infrastructure bill,” the advantages of siting renewable energy-based infrastructure projects on brownfields and other environmentally impaired lands were readily apparent. Now, between increased federal funding for Superfund site remediation, brownfield assessments and cleanups, and energy projects on mine lands, well over $4 billion will soon become available to help further this effort.
On November 30th and December 1st, New York Partner Charlie Howland will chair a conference presented by EUCI on how best to address the legal and financial opportunities and risks associated with such “brightfield” projects, in a program entitled Solar Development on Landfills, Brownfields and Utility Impoundment Sites.
Sponsored by Curtis client Customized Energy Solutions, Ltd., this conference will examine all aspects of developing solar energy and related projects on landfills and brownfields that foster significant opportunities for beneficial financial and community outcomes. It will consider governmental, legal, regulatory, stakeholder endorsement, agrisolar, community solar and storage as components that can be incorporated into these projects to enhance their financial return. Developers, regulatory officials, investors and legal specialists with expertise in this arena will conduct the program, using case studies and examples from successful projects.
Charlie will also speak specifically on the different sources of liability, specific strategies for addressing them, and ways to smooth the pathway to a successful project.
Attendees are expected to include project developers; utility, regulatory and community stakeholders, all of whom will gain practical and technical skills that will allow them to:
For more information about the conference, please click here. A 10% discount is available by contacting Mr. Howland directly.
Charles B. Howland
+1 212 696 6000
News 09 Nov. 2022
Fernando Tupa and Lise Johnson participate in training organized by the Ministry of Energy of Ghana