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Public-Private Partnerships in Puerto Rico - DLA Piper's handbook

Historically, there has been vigorous debate among the residents of Puerto Rico for and against the privatization of public property and public services. The public-private partnership (P3 or P3s) model established by the...more

Infrastructure Plan Watch: Hearings, Meetings and a Speech… but no White House Proposal

The roller coaster “infrastructure” ride in Washington, D.C. continues. With bi-partisan and broad stakeholder interest from both the public and private sector in an infrastructure plan, Congress continues to hold hearings...more

International Arbitration in the Financial Services Sector: Room to Grow?

The growth of international arbitration has inevitably led arbitral institutions and practitioners alike to focus on areas where there may be scope for further growth over the years ahead. Originally published in...more

Major P3 Real Estate Development Opportunities in Downtown Miami

On March 7, the Miami-Dade County Mayor will be presenting a report to the Board of County Commissioners on County-owned properties in downtown Miami that are ripe for joint development with the private sector. The upshot:...more

Public Private Partnerships: Securing Payment for Labor and Materials

What happens to contractors and subcontractors who are without lien rights when a private developer is building on public land with private money? A recent court decision clarified the parties’ rights and obligations for...more

Resolución de Año Nuevo: Tránsito de Miami Beach

Después de acelerar el proceso de solicitud para el proyecto del tren ligero o tranvía moderno de Miami Beach, el mes pasado la comisión de la ciudad de Miami Beach puso un freno. En respuesta a las preocupaciones expresadas...more

Recent cases on standby letters of credit – does the issuing bank have to pay?

Late 2016 saw three English court rulings on whether issuing banks were obliged to pay against what, on their face, appeared to be complying demands under standby letters of credit (SBLCs). These cases were...more

New Year’s Resolution: Miami Beach Transit

After expediting the solicitation process for the Miami Beach light rail/modern streetcar project, the Miami Beach City Commission hit the brakes last month. In response to concerns voiced by City residents, the Commission...more

Renewable Energy Investor Group Asks FERC to Designate Certain Passive Equity Interests in Public Utilities as “Non-Voting...

On December 9, 2016, a group of investors in renewable energy projects (“Petitioners”) asked the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to find that certain non-managing (i.e., passive) “tax equity” interests in public...more

Financiación del Transporte Público con Desarrollos Orientados al Transporte

Desde la aparición de los primeros sistemas de transporte público, se ha reconocido que los espacios contiguos a las estaciones de trenes son idóneos, especialmente, para urbanizaciones de usos múltiples. La gente está...more

World Bank Negative Pledge and Project Financings

One of the main functions of the World Bank, a financial institution mandated with fostering the reconstruction and development of sovereign nations after the Second World War, is to extend loans to the governments (and...more

The rise of sovereign credit rating downgrades

What is a sovereign credit rating and why is it important? A sovereign credit rating is a country’s credit rating as determined by credit rating agencies at the request of that particular country. Credit rating agencies...more

Australian case update: Tiuta International Ltd v De Villiers Surveyors Ltd

SNAPSHOT - In Tiuta International Ltd v De Villiers Surveyors Ltd [2016] EWCA Civ 661, the English Court of Appeal delivered an important judgment in favour of lenders in a valuer’s negligence case, which has...more

Real Estate Gazette: focus on Africa’s burgeoning real estate sector and investment opportunities Issue 26

Think of Africa and chances are you will be transported to a sun-blushed savannah, where beautiful wild elephants roam across the plains. Or you may think of the monolithic churches of Ethiopia, the reggae and hip hop sounds...more

Public-Private Partnerships (P3s) Continue to Gain Momentum

Although the public-private partnership (P3) model was used to provide most public infrastructure and services until the early 20th Century, for the past several decades, P3s were few and far between in this country....more

Public-Private Partnerships Can Power the Green Economy

At the first presidential debate, Hillary Clinton expressed a desire for the United States to become the “clean energy superpower of the 21st century.” Donald Trump responded that he, too, believes in all forms of energy, but...more

Green Bond Assessments

“Green Bonds” are a relatively new trend in the bond market. They offer investors an opportunity to invest in “green projects” that help mitigate climate change. Categories of green projects include renewable energy, energy...more

HUD Issues Year-End Closing Deadlines for Mixed-Finance Deals

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) recently issued a memo outlining its processing schedule for mixed-finance projects targeted to close by the end of 2016. According to HUD’s Office of Public Housing...more

Implementing Islamic Financing for Renewable Energy Projects

The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region has recently seen a surge of interest in developing renewable energy, in particular solar energy projects. Led by Morocco and Jordan which have successfully implemented numerous...more

New IRS Management Guidance is Flexible, Furthers P3s

State and local governments and 501(c)(3) organizations have been given very flexible guidance by the IRS for longer-term private management of tax-exempt bond financed projects to facilitate general operations and major...more

Rules of the (International) Road, Brexit, PPP as a New Tool for Argentina, and Keeping Non-U.S. Companies Safe from Suit (Expect...

- Post-Daimler: Are Non-U.S. Companies Safe from Suit in U.S. Courts? What if the Non-U.S. Parent Registers to Do Business in a State? - Rules of the (International) Road: Choosing and Appointing a Distributor ...more

The Public-Private Partnership as a New Tool for Infrastructure Development in Argentina

The Federal Executive Branch (known by the Spanish acronym, PEN) of the Argentine government recently submitted to the Argentine Congress a bill seeking approval of a new Public-Private Partnership (PPP) framework. This...more

Dentons/CHINCA MEA Project Reporter - Chinese contractors and Middle East and Africa projects markets

On a bi-monthly basis, we will present a shortlist of upcoming projects in the Middle East and Africa which may be of interest to Chinese contractors and investors looking to do business in the region. These are projects...more

Is it the End of Lease-Leasebacks as We Know it?

TEOTWAWKI. The end of the world as we know it. For K-12 school construction contractors it could well be. Although their acronym would likely be TEOLLAWKI. The end of lease-leasebacks as we know it....more

Louisiana Amends P3 Legislation Granting Authority to DOTD

The State of Louisiana has passed a public-private partnership (P3) law to help alleviate a $12.7 billion backlog in highway and bridge maintenance and construction needs across the state. The law authorizes the Louisiana...more

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