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In 2020, and for the first time in more than two decades, there were no FIDs made in LNG projects in the US. Blame that on the pandemic. But not to worry, there are enough projects on the boards to make LNG increasingly relevant, even under a Biden administration. The CDT Roundup explains.
The politics of energy popped up briefly during the election. But according to GlobalData the votes that matter in the energy business, capex investments, have already been counted. Follow the money, and last week’s deals in the CDT Roundup.
It’s hard to say where the current capital markets would be without special purpose acquisition corporations. But it’s not hard at all to say that they are becoming more and more important. The CDT Roundup explores.
The Texas Lawbook has five journalists tonight – election night – covering the judicial appellate and trial court races and will provide details as the election results are provided.
The State Bar of Texas released its monthly compendium of disciplinary actions Monday. The reprimands of eight judges include: one who revoked a probation without a proper hearing; one who withheld court records from a disabled defendant; a judge who publicly called out a victim of domestic violence; another who brandished a gun during a private argument on a public street and a judge in East Texas who attempted to recruit state law enforcement to harass construction at a solar farm next to her family’s property.
In a live-streamed, fully-masked and socially-distanced ceremony Friday, Rebeca Aizpuru Huddle, a former partner at Baker Botts in Houston, was sworn by Gov. Greg Abbott as the newest justice on the Supreme Court of Texas. Huddle is only the 10th woman to serve as a justice on the court.
A Weil team from Dallas co-led the $2.5 billion merger of Topgolf with Callaway. A California-led team from Latham advised Callaway. The Texas Lawbook has the names of the lawyers involved.
There were two massive deals this past week in the energy space which together were worth $17.1 billion. Does this mark a change in the current M&A environment? Maybe. But the real change may lie much deeper in the numbers. The CDT Roundup explains.
The Texas Lawbook provides unique and substantive content to our Premium subscribers. In this interview, Pattern Energy Corporate Counsel Lauren Haller provides personal insight into her life, how she selects outside counsel and key things outside counsel should know about her.