Investing in Turkey: Target Industries, Opportunities and Finance Structures
Pillsbury’s New York office
In the past decade, Turkey, with its growing economy and infrastructure sector, strategic geographic location and qualified labor force, has become a top destination for foreign investment.
What are the top investment opportunities in Turkey and what financing models have been successfully deployed in the Turkish market? What impact will the current geopolitical situation and the November 1 general election have on the Turkish economy?
Luncheon: Doing Business in Russia
Legal Developments and Compliance Considerations for U.S. Companies
Pillsbury’s Washington, DC office
Please join Pillsbury and Goltsblat BLP for a luncheon and roundtable discussion on the key developments under Russian, U.S. and EU laws and regulations for U.S. companies doing business in Russia today.
3rd Annual Asia Nuclear Business Platform
Asia World Expo
Since its inception in 2013, Asia Nuclear Business Platform (ANBP) has attracted hundreds of global nuclear stakeholders to discuss nuclear sector developments and forge strategic business relationships.
6th Annual Nuclear Power Asia 2015
Charles Peterson, Pillsbury partner, will moderate the Session 2 panel discussion “Drawing experiences to explore suitable new nuclear ownership models for emerging countries,” on Tuesday, January 27 at 12:10 pm MYT.
Elina Teplinsky, Pillsbury senior associate, will present on “NPP technology licensing case studies in new comer countries,” during Session 4.1 on Tuesday, January 27 at 4:50 pm MYT.
2nd Annual Asia Nuclear Business Platform
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre
Pillsbury is proud to support the event and Asia’s growing nuclear industry. Charles Peterson, Leader of Pillsbury’s International Nuclear Projects Team, will join the panel “The Evolution of Nuclear Financing”; Elina Teplinsky will make a presentation “Lessons Learnt from Recent New Build Projects.”
4th Annual Nuclear Power Asia 2013
Pillsbury invites you to join Elina Teplinsky, Energy Associate, on January 15 - 16th, at the 4th Nuclear Power Asia 2013 Conference, hosted by the World Nuclear Association.
37th Annual World Nuclear Association (WNA) Symposium
Central Hall Westminster, London
Elina Teplinsky and Helen Cook, both Senior Associates with Pillsbury's Nuclear team, will participate in "Nuclear Construction and Supply Chain" during the World Nuclear Association's 37th Annual Symposium. They will focus on harnessing the international nuclear market for national nuclear success.
Commercializing Small Modular Reactors 2012
for Domestic and International Markets
Renaissance Dupont Circle Hotel
Helen Cook and Elina Teplinsky are moderators on the panel discussion entitled, "Dealing with Multi-Agency Scrutiny in Export Controls Compliance" at the Conference on Commercialising Small Reactors on July 17, 2012 in Washington, DC.
3rd Annual Nuclear Power Asia 2012
Pillsbury invites you to join Elina Teplinsky, Energy Associate, on January 31 – February 1, 2012, at the 3rd Nuclear Power Asia 2012 Conference, hosted by Synergy.
Pillsbury – NEI's 3rd Annual Export Controls for the Nuclear Renaissance: Hot Button Issues and New Developments
Pillsbury's Washington, DC office
Join Pillsbury and the Nuclear Energy Institute this year as we discuss the new hot button issues of compliance with export control laws and regulations and what to expect going forward on the regulatory and policy fronts.
American Bar Association Section of International Law – Two-Part Webinar Series, "Nuclear Export Controls"
Elina Teplinsky, Associate in the Pillsbury Energy practice, on Tuesday, March 15th, will participate as a panelist, in a two-part webinar session entitled "Nuclear Export Controls," presented by the American Bar Association Section of International Law.
3rd Annual Nuclear New Build: Addressing the Commercial‚ Legal and Economic Factors Impacting UK New Build
Guoman Charing Cross Hotel
Pillsbury invites you to join Elina Teplinsky, Associate in Pillsbury's Energy practice, on Thursday, January 27th at the 3rd Annual Nuclear New Build: Addressing the Commercial, Legal and Economic Factors Impacting UK New Build, hosted by C5. Ms. Teplinsky will participate as a speaker in the panel session "New Build Projects Outside of Europe: Pitfalls and Lessons Learnt."
Nuclear Power Asia 2011
Sofitel Hotel in Hanoi
Pillsbury invites you to join Elina Teplinsky, Energy Associate, on January 18-19, 2011, at the 2nd Nuclear Power Asia 2011 Conference, hosted by Synergy.
Pillsbury-NEI's 2nd Annual Export Controls for the Nuclear Renaissance: Hot Button Issues and New Developments
Pillsbury's Washington, DC office
Join Pillsbury and NEI as we discuss the hot button issues of compliance with export control laws and regulations and what to expect going forward on the regulatory and policy fronts. The seminar will address issues such as export control reform, new agreements on cooperation, the impact of export controls on doing business in new nuclear markets in the Middle East and in Asia—including India, and compliance best practices.
U.S. Export Controls and Economic Sanctions - Compliance in a Globalized World (March 2010)
Pillsbury and the United States Industry Coalition (“USIC”) invites you to join an Export Controls teleconference on Thursday, April 15 at 4 p.m. The discussion will include a brief review of the White Paper “U.S. Export Controls and Economic Sanctions - Compliance in a Globalized World (March 2010)” and a Question and Answer session with authors Elina Teplinsky, Nuclear Energy Associate, and Sanjay J. Mullick, International Trade Counsel. The session will give readers an opportunity to delve deeper into the topics presented in the White Paper and gain insights from the authors. The call in number is 1.800.791.2345 and the conference code is 69447.
This publication is part of series of quarterly White Papers presented by the United States Industry Coalition as a service to its members. This issue is co-sponsored by USIC and Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP.
Hot Button Issues and New Developments: Export Controls for the Nuclear Renaissance
Pillsbury's Washington, DC office
Pillsbury and the Nuclear Energy Institute invite you to a discussion of hot button issues of compliance with export control laws and regulations and what to expect going forward on the regulatory and policy fronts, on Thursday, November 12. The increasingly global market for nuclear components, fuel and services for existing power stations combined with steadily expanding efforts under nuclear cooperation agreements to construct new nuclear power stations has brought the subject of export controls into the limelight. Due to increased interest in the expanding Indian commercial program, we will feature a panel on US-India civilian nuclear cooperation.