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What SEC Retreat in Ripple Case Means for Crypto Regulation

Bracewell’s Keith Blackman takes a look at the ripple effect of the SEC’s regulation-by-enforcement approach to cryptocurrency policy rather than through rulemaking. The agency's recently aborted enforcement action against two Ripple Labs executives for alleged securities law violations demonstrates the limits of this piecemeal tactic.

Community Engagement With Jackie Medcalf

“Community engagement” is a frequently used but rarely defined term. What does community engagement mean, and, more importantly, how do you do it well? In this episode of the Bracewell Environmental Law Monitor, host Daniel Pope talks with Jackie Medcalf...

Power Steering Saudi Bus Rapid Transit PPP

In anticipation of a wave of bus rapid transit (BRT) projects across Saudi Arabia, Bracewell's Andrej Kormuth, Tom Swarbrick and Bagya Nambron look at the key features of BRT systems from a PPP structuring perspective and the question of technological choice: battery and hydrogen as two competing ‘clean’ fuel technologies and the factors that may determine their bankability.

Macedonian Gold Mines and Greek Bonds

Bracewell's Ro Lazarovitch and Bagya Nambron join Natalie Kedikoglou, general counsel at Hellas Gold, Frank Herbert, EVP and general counsel, and Paul Ferneyhough, SVP and chief strategy and commercial officer at Eldorado Gold Corporation, to discuss the project financing facility for the Skouries Mine in Northern Greece.


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