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  • December 01, 2022

    2 Brits Indicted In Bar Works Scam, Named In SEC Suit

    Two British businessmen were named in a federal grand jury indictment Thursday in New York that accused them of helping recruit investors for fraudulent leases in co-working space company Bar Works through their Spanish real estate firm.

  • December 01, 2022

    Supply Chain Fears Prompt Senate To Block Rail Labor Strike

    Congress' swift passage of legislation imposing tentative contract agreements on rail workers unions and railroads blocked a potential strike that could have crippled the nation's supply chain amid higher demand for energy and goods during the colder winter months and holiday season.

  • December 01, 2022

    Spain Can't Get €42M Renewables Award Nixed

    Spain has lost its bid to annul a €41.8 million ($44 million) award issued to a renewable energy investor, after a committee pointed to crucial differences in a similar case where a tribunal had concluded that the claim was barred under European Union law.

  • December 01, 2022

    FCC Told High-Cost Areas Need Added Broadband Benefit

    Rural internet service providers are urging the Federal Communications Commission to include high deployment costs as a factor supporting customers' eligibility for enhanced broadband subscription subsidies. 

  • December 01, 2022

    IRS Starts Clock On Energy Projects' Labor Rule Exemption

    A U.S. Department of the Treasury notice published this week started the 60-day clock for clean energy projects seeking to be grandfathered from having to meet new labor requirements to qualify for enhanced tax credits, and uncertainty about how the provisions will apply should be incentive for some investors to begin construction soon, say attorneys at Eversheds Sutherland.

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