On December 13, 2018 the Superior Court of Guam granted summary judgment in favor of a Korean photovoltaic solar company represented by William Blair. The case was initiated by an adjacent land owner who objected to the Guam Land Use Commission’s grant of a conditional use permit to develop a solar energy farm.
Thomas Sterling and Richard Johnson attended Lex Mundi’s Asia/Pacific Regional Conference in Bangkok, Thailand from November 15-17. Asia/Pacific regional experts and industry leaders discussed numerous economic and legal subjects, including, “The ASEAN Economic Community: Where Do We Stand in 2018”, “Insights from Leading General Counsel in Thailand”, “Driving Legal Innovation” and “Cultural Intelligence.”
Mechai Viravaidya, Thailand's “Father of Social Enterprise”, spoke on the subject of introducing the idea of 'Business for Social Progress' in schools.
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