GHR attended the 7th Energy Event and 30th Anniversary of The Energy Law Group in Paris
The Energy Law Group (ELG) held its 7th Energy Event and celebrated its 30th anniversary on 12 and 13 May 2023 in Paris. The Event was hosted by French member firm Jeantet and was attended by over 250 energy sector professionals and experts from Europe, the Middle East, Africa and beyond.
ELG Chairman Thierry Lauriol welcomed the delegates and guests. Former U.S. ambassador Mary Burce Warlick, Deputy Executive Director of the International Energy Agency (IEA), delivered the keynote address. Presentations and workshops addressed topics such as the impact of the energy crisis on energy and mining contracts, decarbonization, climate litigation, investment arbitration and mediation, and hydrogen.
GHR Rechtsanwälte is the exclusive member of the Energy Law Group for Switzerland. Marc Grüninger and Patrizia Lorenzi attended the Event together with clients and guests of the firm.
The Energy Law Group is the most extensive network of experts in energy, natural resources and infrastructure law in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. It consists of 35 member law firms in more than 60 jurisdictions with over 8'000 lawyers and 800 expert professionals across various fields including renewables, electricity, oil and gas, mining and water. With more than 1,000 major transactions and landmark cases in the last five years, the Energy Law Group is considered a significant player in the European energy market by Chambers Global. For more information on the Energy Law Group and its member firms, visit www.energylawgroup.eu.
GHR Rechtsanwälte AG is an independent full-service Swiss law firm with a strong track record in key areas of business law and close relationships with leading law firms worldwide. GHR is a member of LAWYERS ASSOCIATED WORLDWIDE and of the ENERGY LAW GROUP. The firm and its members are regularly featured in leading national and international legal directories including The Legal500, WWL Who's Who Legal, IFLR1000, Best Lawyers and others.