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  • Blog: ALTIUS BlogsThe ELTIF: amendments in the Belgian AIFM LawPosted on June 17, 2021 by
    On 19 April 2021, a draft law on diverse financial provisions (the “Draft Law”) was published. The Draft Law was adopted by the Parliament at the end of May. Amongst other things, it amends the Belgian AIFM Law to integrate the ELTIF fund status. Together with its parliamentary works, the Draft Law finally provides some clarity on this vehicle’s place in the existing Belgian fund framework.Background The status of the European long-term investment fund (“ELTIF”) was introduced a few years ago by Regulation 2015/760 of 29 April 2015 on European long-term investment funds (the “ELTIF Regulation...
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  • Blog: The Nickel ReportLesser Prairie-Chicken Faces Re-Listing Under the Endangered Species ActPosted on June 9, 2021 by Karma B. Brown and John R. Bobka
    The lesser prairie-chicken—a grouse whose range covers the western portions of Kansas and Oklahoma; the Texas Panhandle, including the Llano Estacado; eastern New Mexico; and southeastern Colorado—is subject to yet another proposed listing under the Endangered Species Act (“ESA”).  On June 1, 2021, the US Fish & Wildlife Service (“FWS” or the “Service”) proposed to... The post Lesser Prairie-Chicken Faces Re-Listing Under the Endangered Species Act appeared first on The Nickel Report. Continue Reading
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  • Blog: Antitrust UpdateFourth Circuit Door War Leaves Groundbreaking Divestiture Order IntactPosted on May 3, 2021 by Jeffrey Hughes, David Kleban
    The Supreme Court is the only avenue left for JELD-WEN Inc. after the Fourth Circuit denied the door manufacturer’s motion for rehearing en banc of a panel’s decision in Steves & Sons, Inc. v. JELD-WEN, Inc., 988 F.3d 690 (4th Cir. 2021), to affirm an order directing JELD-WEN to sell a plant it acquired in [...]
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  • Blog: Project Law BlogBritish Columbia Contaminated Sites – New Requirements Start Feb. 1, 2021Posted on January 24, 2021 by Will J. Shaw, Jennifer S. Nyland
    On February 1, 2021, new reporting requirements in British Columbia will apply to owners and operators of lands that have been used for specified commercial and industrial uses. These reporting requirements will also trigger environmental investigation requirements to determine whether or not the lands are contaminated. While the B.C. government believes this will ...
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