Our dedicated Water Utilities and Electricity & Gas teams act for multiple utility companies as well as a wide variety of businesses involved in the water and wastewater supply chain on an international level.
We have a recognised track record across litigation, insurance, health and safety compliance, construction, property, regulation and environmental, recoveries, employment, commercial, competition and procurement.
We are committed to service excellence and the delivery of commercially relevant results and outcomes. Whatever your project, we use our legal knowledge to save you time and money and to reduce risk.
Our team of experts use focused sector experience to help you meet the challenges you face in this growing, changing marketplace. Many of the leading suppliers in the industry rely on us as their legal team.
Africa presents an exciting prospect for investment in renewable energy. Hear the views of investors, developers and manufacturers on the challenges and opportunities for renewable energy in Africa in our report.
This article considers the question of what constitutes "goods" for the purposes of the Commercial Agents (Council) Directive 1993 (the "Regulations"). This is important because agents who promote a principal's goods benefit from the protections of the Regulations (including the right to post-termination payments) and those who promote services are not.
DWF, the global legal business, has been appointed by FTSE 100 Company, Severn Trent plc, as a retained provider of legal services to its operational businesses. DWF has also been named on the Company's legal services panels for its regulated and services businesses.
DWF, the global legal business as part of its continuing growth in the Middle East, has appointed Slava Kiryushin as partner and global head of energy and Abdalla Eisa as senior associate, both based in Dubai.
Global legal business, DWF, has advised EEW Capital Finance PLC in its capacity as Issuer on €200m Medium Term Note bond programme.
Following a two year investigation by Ofwat, Southern Water has been ordered to pay a penalty of £3 million and has undertaken to return another £123 million to customers over the next five years. The investigation looked at the performance of Southern Water's wastewater treatment sites and the company’s reporting of relevant compliance information to the regulator.
DWF represented Yorkshire Water at a sentencing hearing at Leeds Crown Court. Yorkshire Water had pleaded guilty to a breach of s.2 of HSWA 1974 in respect of an accident in July 2015.
Our international energy team comprises of more than 100 specialists across four continents. It draws together our in-depth knowledge and experience of the sector to deliver excellent legal advice in a commercial context.