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Euan Burrows
Partner & EU Practice Group Head, Competition
Ashurst
Inga West
Ashurst
Myfanwy Wood
Senior Associate
Ashurst
Nadja Waksman
Associate
Ashurst
Natasha Gromof
Associate
Ashurst
Rob Palmer
Ashurst
Steven Vaz
Partner
Ashurst
Contributions by Ashurst

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Disclaiming environmental permits
Disclaiming environmental permits
Practice notes

This Practice Note, produced in partnership with Ashurst LLP, deals with the disclaimer of environmental permits and waste management licenses when the company who holds the licence has gone into liquidation. It looks at environmental permits and insolvency, the termination of environmental permits, disclaiming onerous property, what happens to a waste management licence when it is disclaimed, the effect of disclaimers on financial provision and the current environmental permitting regime.

FIDIC 2017 and NEC4 contracts compared
FIDIC 2017 and NEC4 contracts compared
Practice notes

This Practice Note looks at the similarities and differences of the FIDIC 2017 and NEC4 contracts, focussing on the FIDIC Red Book 2017 and the NEC4 Engineering and Construction Contract.

Steps an Insolvency Practitioner (IP) should take when faced with contaminated land
Steps an Insolvency Practitioner (IP) should take when faced with contaminated land
Practice notes

This Practice Note, produced in partnership with Ashurst LLP, deals with the steps an insolvency practitioner should take when faced with contaminated land and deals with the background to the contaminated land regime, determining the responsibility for clean-up, remediation works, and what an IP should do.

The downstream gas industry in Great Britain
The downstream gas industry in Great Britain
Practice notes

This Practice Note gives a high-level overview of the Great Britain downstream gas industry.

When an Insolvency Practitioner (IP) can become personally liable for breaches of environmental law
When an Insolvency Practitioner (IP) can become personally liable for breaches of environmental law
Practice notes

This Practice Note looks at when and how an insolvency practitioner can become personally liable for a company’s breaches of environmental law. It covers the sources of environmental liability, and the tasks the different types of IP should undertake when faced with environmental issues.

Other Work
Environmental matters for insolvency practitioners to consider and initial steps—checklist
Environmental matters for insolvency practitioners to consider and initial steps—checklist

This Checklist, produced in partnership with Ashurst LLP, sets out the issues that insolvency practitioners should consider and the steps that they should take when faced with an environmental issue following appointment.

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