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Past Event
19 May 2009

2009 Global Energy Issues Conference

2009 Global Energy Issues

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

On May 19, 2009, Mayer Brown and the Houston Chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel hosted the 2009 Global Energy Issues Conference. Attorneys at Mayer Brown presented on a variety of topics related to the current trends in the global energy market, as well as challenges to, and strategies for, success in today's changing energy sector.

Related Materials (All files are PDF)

Environment / Climate Change
Coming Developments in Climate Change and Energy Policy-How to Prepare
Environmental: Risks for Energy Companies from the New EPA and from Litigation
EU Climate Change-Lessons Learned in a Cap and Trade Environment

Renewable Energy
Gone With the Wind-A Fresh Look at Wind Energy

Financial Issues
Dealing with Financial Distress: Strategies for Acquiring Distressed Assets and Protecting Contractual Relationships
Latest Trends and Impacts of the Global Credit Crunch on the Procurement of Major Construction Projects in the Energy Sector
Saving Money in Sourcing Contracts and Other Outsourcing Issues

Foreign & International Issues
Comparison of Anti-trust Issues in EU/US: EU Presentation US Presentation
Current Developments in International Arbitration
Energy and Power Investment Opportunities in Asia
Issues in Cross-Border M & A and Joint Ventures
Managing the Risks of a Global Business: Case Studies in FCPA Compliance
Petrochemical Projects in the Middle East: Implementation and Risk Management

Other Legal Considerations
Do Your Documents Really Cover the Downside?
The Ethical Obligations of an Attorney When Using Technology
Top Employment Issues Businesses Now Face

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