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August 14, 2019, IJGlobal

IJGlobal recently featured Graham Vinter in article about his career in project development and finance. Called “the man who wrote ‘the book,” Vinter drafted the definitive treatise on project finance, Project Finance, A Legal Guide, which has now run into four editions. Regarding current PFI project negotiations in the U.K., Mr. Vinter suggests that local ...

August 8, 2019, Commercial Dispute Resolution

Ian Hargreaves spoke with Commercial Dispute Resolution regarding a recent National Crime Agency’s Unexplained Wealth Order (UWO) investigation. Mr. Hargreaves says, “For many years the U.K. has been criticized for allowing too much ‘dirty’ money to pass through its financial systems, reside in expensive residential/commercial properties and be invested through ...

August 7, 2019

WASHINGTON—Covington’s Government Contracts and Communications regulatory practices are representing Communications & Power Industries LLC (CPI) in its recently announced deal to acquire SATCOM Technologies, the antenna systems business of General Dynamics Mission Systems, Inc., a business unit of General Dynamics. SATCOM Technologies designs, manufactures and ...

August 7, 2019, Wall Street Journal

David Martin is quoted in The Wall Street Journal regarding gun violence’s effect on corporate disclosures. Mr. Martin says, “People are legitimately trying to think through whether it’s responsible to put a risk factor like this in the document.” Deciding what to disclose, and which risks count as material, is more art than science. Figuring out whether a ...

August 4, 2019, CoinTelegraph

Michael Nonaka spoke with CoinTelegraph to discuss cryptocurrency regulation in the U.S.   Mr. Nonaka says, "The U.S. Financial Crimes Enforcement Network issued its first guidance addressing cryptocurrency companies in 2013, and since then regulatory action for digital assets has been slow to develop but has picked up in the past few years as an increasing ...