Norton Rose Fulbright presents on-demand access to the award winning documentary and participate in a live Q&A session with Mona Eldaief, co-director of Rafea: Solar Mama.
Inside Turkey blog
Legal developments around Turkey
Geothermal Electricity Generation in Turkey: Large Potential Awaiting Investors
Turkey is a country with ample geothermal energy resources.
Construction law insights
Posted in Infrastructure, mining and commodities
Construction law insights is a client focused resource from Norton Rose Fulbright that brings together all of our industry knowledge, forward looking trends and insights in this sector and beyond.
Webinar: ABC Compliance best practices – updates to the DOJ guidance
Norton Rose Fulbright's global investigations and compliance team for a discussion covering recent DOJ compliance program guidance updates as well as an in-depth examination of how risk assessments.
CCJA Arbitration – 10 things Turkish investors should know when investing in West Africa
In West Africa, the OHADA provides for an arbitration institutionthe Cour Commune de Justice et d’Arbitrage (CCJA), based in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire.
Webinar: LIBOR Transition market update and managing key risks and challenges
We will present recent IBOR transition updates regarding loans, derivatives and regulatory issues and discuss some key risks and challenges in regards to disputes.
Webinar: Energy Academy & Projects Academy
Join Norton Rose Fulbright's experts as they consider how the LIBOR transition will impact the project finance market.
UPDATE: VERBİS registration deadlines extended due to Covid-19
With its decision dated June 23, 2020, the Board extended the VERBİS registration deadline until September 30, 2020 for some companies.
Webinar Recording: Environmental, Social & Governance issues in the Middle East
We will be discussing how guidelines, such as the Equator Principles, help spur the development of ESG management practices across the region, from the perspectives of both lenders and borrowers.
Climate change and sustainability - Lessons learned from COVID-19 and resolving disputes by arbitration
Climate change related disputes are unlikely to abate in the wake of the pandemic. Indeed all signs point to a possible surge in cases.