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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

People walking in the lobby of a large office building

Publications: 20 January 2022

The European Parliament’s wish list on the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM)

On 21 December 2021, the European Parliament’s (EP) Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety (the Committee) published its Draft Report on the proposal for a Regulation of the…

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person climbing ladders

Publications: 04 January 2022

Polish hydrogen strategy

New opportunities for the development of a low carbon hydrogen economy in Poland

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Six sheets of white folded paper

Publications: 24 December 2021

Counting Carbon: The European Commission’s vision on carbon removals

As 2021 draws to a close, the European Commission (EC) has been busy. On 15 December 2021, it adopted several new documents in relation to environmental protection in the widest sense.

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overhead shot of a mining quarry

Publications: 24 December 2021

Towards enforcement of the EU Conflict Minerals Regulation in Belgium

Although the EU Conflict Minerals Regulation no. 2017/821 of 17 May 20171 (the CMR) entered into force on 1 January 2021, there has been no sign of any national enforcement system in Belgium so far.…

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