Orrick partner Peter Connors and United States Energy Association program director Michael Moore co-moderated a two-part webinar series, “Paving the Way to a Hydrogen Economy,” on hydrogen-related issues emerging from the recent Bipartisan Infrastructure Act and the pending Build Back Better Bill.
December.21.2021 - December.22.2021 | Webinar - Recording Available
The bipartisan infrastructure legislation will provide $973 billion over the next five years, including $550 billion in new investments for all modes of transportation, water, power and energy and broadband.
In a market where volume cap is becoming less available, 501(c)(3) entities provide an alternative means of accessing capital to provide affordable housing. This webinar will be a discussion of the different ways 501(c)(3) entities can be used.
Doug Meal and Marc Shapiro, Partners in Orrick's Complex Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice group, review the current class and collective action environments in the United Kingdom and the United States.
Join Orrick partner Young Lee and senior associate Matthew Neuringer at the 2021 P3 Government Conference. Matthew will be speaking on Wednesday, December 8 during the “The Impact of Inequitable Risk Allocation Practices and the Opportunity to Do Better” panel.
December.07.2021 - December.08.2021 | Hyatt Regency Crystal City | Arlington, VA
On August 31, 2021, Orrick and the Cyrus R. Vance Center hosted a webinar on the multilateral development bank (MDB) sanctions and investigations, which focused on the World Bank and African Development Bank processes.
Lorraine McGowen will be moderating a panel on Thursday, July 29th at 11 a.m. Eastern, co-hosted by Vance Center for International Justice and the New York City Bar Association entitled Pro Bono: Comparing Regulatory Frameworks, co-sponsored with ProBono.org, Pro Bono Clearing House, and PILG.NG.
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