Projects & Infrastructure Newsletter: Working Capital
- Apr 20, 2021 1:40 pm GMTApr 20, 2021 5:30 pm GMT
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Welcome to the first edition of Working Capital, Mayer Brown's Projects & Infrastructure newsletter. We hope that you find this newsletter a source of relevant information about market developments and Mayer Brown's Projects & Infrastructure Industry Team.
In this edition, we feature:
- Interviews with recent laterals Kirsti Massie and Eric Pogue regarding the growing offshore wind industry and the "energy transition" as well as Mitch Holzrichter on the secondary market for US toll road investments,
- Publications drafted by our Mayer Brown attorneys on topics covering Biden's Infrastructure Plan, Energy Regulation, ESG, the Carbon Market and more; and
- Recent transactions in "The Deal List."
We hope you enjoy this edition of Working Capital and encourage you to share your comments about the newsletter or to suggest topics of interest by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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