Welcome to the latest edition of the Mayer Brown Global Mining Update which focuses on some of the key legal issues and developments that have been affecting the Mining sector over recent months.
Partner Rachel Speight and Counsel Danuta de Vries discuss the key features, advantages and disadvantages of streaming agreements.
Partners Alban Dorin and Kate Ball-Dodd have been published in the 7th edition of The Mining Law Review. Alban has provided a chapter on mining in Burkina Faso, while Kate has discussed Capital Markets within the United Kingdom.
Partners Paul Forrester and Robert F. Gray provide an update and discuss the key points of the Final Rule, issued to modernize required property disclosures for mining registrants.
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