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Recent Developments: Zimbabwe—What Legal Options are Available to Mining Companies?

President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe, who has been in power since 1980, was re-elected to another term on July 31, 2013. On August 6, 2013, the government announced plans to seize control of foreign-owned mining interests,...more

Northwest Territories And Nunavut Mining Regulations: Proposed Changes

A number of changes are proposed and are to be published in the Canada Gazette in the Summer of 2013 for comments with the intention of making them effective in 2014....more

SCC will Decide Finder’s Fee Arbitration Case

The Supreme Court of Canada has just decided to hear a commercial arbitration case arising from a finder’s fee dispute in the mining industry. The legal issues in the appeals — plural — go to the heart of the relationship...more

Peru: More than Machu Picchu and Ceviche

The beginning of the twenty-first century represents a period of impressive economic growth for Peru, Latin America’s fifth largest country by population. Peru is a resource-rich country, and like its Latin American...more

Energy Newsletter - December 2012

In This Issue: - DISPUTE RESOLUTION: - Tort Litigation: Reforming NEPA Review of Energy Projects - TRANSACTIONAL: - Transactions: Allocation of Ship-Shore Liability: Use of Port Liability Agreements to...more

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