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2012 German Law on Renewable Energy Does Not Constitute State Aid

ECJ ruling provides EU Member States more flexibility in designing the promotion of renewable energies. By Jörn Kassow and Alexander Wilhelm The European Court of Justice (ECJ) recently ruled that the German Renewable Energy Act of 2012 (Erneuerbare-Energien-Gesetz – EEG 2012) did not constitute State aid (C-405/16 P). The ECJ found that the support mechanism … Continue Reading

Managing Environmental Risk in M&A Transactions

By Joachim Grittmann and Kristina Marx A rise in costly post-acquisition environmental disputes has meant buyers are increasingly evaluating a target’s environmental compliance before completing a transaction. The sheer variety of regulations concerning environmental protection, coupled with the speed and frequency of regulatory change, means companies are forced to continuously adapt their activities to new … Continue Reading
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