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Health and safety saves lives, money

Health and safety saves lives, money

Companies should note manslaughter law as mines return to the UK


16 NOVEMBER 2015

'Safe' Canada has dangers lurking

Norton Rose Fulbright examines director personal environmental liability and risk mitigation in the favoured...

North America

17 JUNE 2015

Challenges persist for Latin American mining

Significant hurdles still for governments and private investors looking to realise more of the region's...

Contractual disputes top list of concerns

Survey reveals the biggest issues facing miners' in-house counsel in an increasingly litigious environment...


15 MAY 2015

UK mining and the modern slavery act

Companies should position themselves to comply with current and future human rights reporting requirements...

Europe/Middle East

05 MAY 2015

Nice work, if you can get it

A landmark survey of mining's legal world offers valuable insights into key industry macro and micro...


21 APRIL 2015

Asia Pacific miners search for financing options

Australian miners in particular have, until recently, benefited from an unprecedented decade-long mining...

Capital markets

09 MARCH 2015

New code, new opportunities?

The draft code was originally adopted by the council of ministers in April 2013, and subsequently by...


02 MARCH 2015

Complying times

One of the primary objectives of the MPRDA provides is to substantially and meaningfully expand opportunities...


23 JANUARY 2015

Canada safety report signals change ahead

The review process includes assessing the current and emerging occupational health and safety issues...

North America

09 DECEMBER 2014

Attracted to the Coast

In March 2012, the Ivory Coast government announced its intention to reform its mining code, which hadn't...



Mining finance Asia: Capital rising in the east

Private capital is an emerging but increasingly important participant in the mining market in Asia. A...


08 MAY 2014