Growing domestic and international demand for nickel – an essential component of the lithium-ion batteries that propel electric vehicles (EVs) – has led to a significant surge in initial public offerings and M&A transactions in Indonesia’s energy and mining sector.
As global environmental awareness surges, renewable energy stands at the forefront of sustainable development, playing a vital role in shaping a greener future. In this context, nations are increasingly turning to renewable sources as pivotal elements of their energy strategies.
Navigating the complexities of work permits and labour laws in a foreign country can be a daunting task for expatriates and international companies.
Companies venturing into international markets are confronted with a maze of legal complexities that can be as diverse as the markets themselves.
Intellectual property disputes can have staggering financial implications for businesses. One of the most notable examples is the IP battle between Samsung and Apple, which transcended borders and delved into the intricate details of design and utility patents.
Thai Court Litigation vs. Arbitration: Deciding the Right Dispute Resolution Option for Your Legal Contract
Business entities frequently find themselves at a crossroads when deciding on the ideal dispute resolution clause for their agreement.
Navigating the intricate landscape of Thailand’s labor laws can be a challenging endeavor for both domestic and foreign enterprises.
Introduction Under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (as amended) (“Code”), a creditor to whom a financial debt has been legally assigned or transferred to is entitled to file an application seeking initiation of corporate insolvency resolution process (“CIRP”) against a corporate debtor.
PIPC Announces Policy Direction for the Protection of Online Behavioral Data Used in Targeted Advertising
On January 31, 2024, the Personal Information Protection Commission (PIPC) announced ‘Policy Direction for the Protection of Online Behavioral Data Used in Targeted Advertising’ (Policy Direction).
Appellate Tribunal for Electricity held that Indian Railways is not a deemed distribution licensee under the Electricity Act, 2003
Sagus Legal represented the distribution companies in the state of Odisha in a landmark Judgment before the Appellate Tribunal for Electricity (“APTEL”), wherein APTEL through its Order dated 12.02.2024,