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MassDEP Rolls Out Third-Party Inspection Program Beginning January 2015

MassDEP’s 2014 reforms to the solid waste regulations include new requirements for third-party inspections of solid waste facilities. These changes reflect an effort by MassDEP to privatize the inspection and policing...more

Tax Planning for the Privatization of the Space Industry

The privatization of the space industry has seen dramatic growth in recent years, and it appears that more significant developments are on the horizon....more

One Too Many: Oregon "Privatizes" Sale of Liquor, With Which North Carolina Has Also Flirted

North Carolina is an alcoholic beverage control state, meaning it is one of 17 states with a monopoly over the retailing of distilled spirits. North Carolina is also a "local option" state, which means that county and...more

"Delaware Continues to Influence US M&A"

A number of recent Delaware judicial and legislative developments will have important implications for parties engaging in or advising on M&A transactions in 2014 and beyond. Controlling Stockholder Transactions...more

Turkey: The authorities launch a tender for the privatization of the lotteries

The Turkish authorities have published today an announcement regarding the privatization of their lottery services (Official Gazette w. no. 28833)....more

Russian Legislation Update - July 29 through September 1 2013

In This Issue: - Securities - Banking - Currency Control - Intellectual Property - Concessions - State Secrets - Privatization - Advertising - Court Practice: Company’s address of...more

More On Oklahoma Changes To Workers’ Compensation Laws

Oklahoma has now joined Texas in offering employers a way to control workers’ compensation insurance and claims through arbitration and privatization. What does this mean for employees?...more

"Hong Kong Public M&A: Time for a New Approach?"

For any potential bidder considering the acquisition of a listed company, issues such as ease of transaction execution, the ability to respond to a competing offer, timetable and cost will be of great importance. The chosen...more

Case Study: A Landmark in the History of U.S. Public-Private Partnerships

“The $2.6 billion deal to lease San Juan’s Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport to a private consortium is being watched by bankers and industry officials keen to import a business model that is widely used in Europe and...more

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