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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 and insights

Road weaving through the middle of a large, green rainforest

Publications: 26 January 2023

Podcast: Environmental and sustainability outlook 2023

Join our global environmental and sustainability experts as we discuss the trends and outlook across some of our major jurisdictions for 2023. We look at developments across the UK, Europe,…

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Glass buildings

Publications: 24 January 2023

EU Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive: The countdown has started

Following complex negotiations in Brussels, the EU has finally approved the long-awaited Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (the CSRD).

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Forest birds eye view

Publications: 18 January 2023

EU agrees on new deforestation-free regulation

Operators and traders of commodities such as coffee, cocoa and wood should start preparing for the new EU Regulation on deforestation-free supply chains. The new Regulation requires detailed due…

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Publications: 12 January 2023

Sustainability disclosures – opening Pandora’s box?

The ESG reporting landscape has accelerated significantly in the past five years, with the nature and scale of reporting requirements changing. This article discusses recent trends around entity-level…

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Recognition