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Transactional Support

A major part of the International Environment, Climate and Regulatory Law Group's work is concerned with providing advice to multinational corporations, global financial institutions, public sector institutions and other organizations on the management of environmental and regulatory risks and liabilities in mergers, acquisitions, disposals, financings, projects, joint ventures and similar transactions.

Our transactional advice on a particular matter may include, for example, the following:

  • due diligence on environmental, health and safety matters
  • lender liability
  • piercing the corporate veil
  • transaction structure issues
  • environmental indemnities and warranties
  • property transfer requirements and permit transfer issues
  • environmental investigations (phase I and phase II environmental site assessments)
  • environmental insurance
  • risk mitigation

News & insights

Columns

Publications: 14 JUNE 2021

Access to environmental justice in Flanders in light of the Aarhus Regulation review: Contradiction or alignment?

Recently, the Flemish Government published a proposal amending the functioning of inter alia the Council for Permit Disputes (a regional administrative court), which also has procedural ramifications…

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News: 18 MAY 2021

A&O takes part in €100m green fund by EIB-SBI to support climate action in India

Allen & Overy took part in establishing Neev Fund II, a joint commitment by the State Bank of India and the European Investment Bank to support climate action in India.

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Publications: 27 JUNE 2019

French cannabis committee unveils recommendations for medical cannabis pilot programme in France

Yesterday, the French specialised committee on cannabis (CSST), which was established in mid-2018, held its last meeting and presented its final recommendations for the implementation of a medical…

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Publications: 20 JUNE 2019

Italy launches urgent tender for the supply of 400 kg of medical cannabis: New opportunities for cannabis producers

For the second time, the Italian Ministry of Defence has launched an open tender for an urgent need of cannabis for therapeutic purposes by the Florence Pharmaceutical Chemical Plant. The estimated…

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