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Permits and Authorisations

We regularly advise companies and public entities in a number of jurisdictions on a variety of issues related to the permitting, licensing and authorising of business operations.

Our particular areas of expertise include:

  • advising on complex permit procedures relating to the planning, construction and operation of infrastructures in transport (road, rail and air), energy, mining, telecommunications, and industrial sectors
  • providing advice on permit and notification requirements under European and national law regarding foreign trade and export control
  • representing our clients in negotiations with public bodies and in administrative or court proceedings

News and insights

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News: 30 October 2023

Allen & Overy advises the Aloys Wobben Foundation on its sale of QUADRA energy to TotalEnergies

Allen & Overy has advised the Aloys Wobben Foundation (Aloys Wobben Stiftung; AWS) on its sale of the 100% green energy provider QUADRA energy to TotalEnergies.

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News: 18 October 2023

Allen & Overy advises PATRIZIA on entering the ultrafast EV charging sector in Germany

Allen & Overy has advised PATRIZIA Infrastructure in connection with a EUR 140 million transaction for installing EV charging stations in Germany. The deal marks the company's entry into the ultrafast…

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News: 17 October 2023

Allen & Overy advises Wipro on the agreement with Ferretto Group

Ferretto Group announced the transfer, in favour of Wipro Enterprises Private Limited – or to an affiliate of the same – of the majority of the quotas of its subsidiary Ferretto Automation & Services,…

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Publications: 12 October 2023

EU FSR – the notification regime begins; what does it mean for infrastructure investors?

The EU is concerned about subsidies granted by non-EU countries to businesses active in the EU that could distort competition in EU markets.

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