• Global Mining Finance New Frontiers 2011 - Sego Law Office

    Global Mining Finance New Frontiers Conference Speaker: Slaven Sego Sponsor: Sego Law Office Date: 4th November 2011 Location: London Chamber of Commerce & Industry

    published: 03 Nov 2011
  • Oil, Gas, & Mineral Law - Karl Hesse, Foulston Siefkin Law Firm, Wichita, Kansas Office

    A practice area attorney profile featuring Karl Hesse, and the work he is involved with in Oil, Gas, & Mineral Law at Foulston Siefkin LLP, the largest law firm in Kansas. For more information about Oil, Gas, & Mineral Law visit: (http://www.foulston.com/PracticeAreas/Details/Oil,-Gas-amp;-Minerals). Throughout its history, Foulston Siefkin has handled the full spectrum of legal matters relating to oil, gas and minerals in the areas of purchase and sales, exploration, production, marketing, transportation, financing and regulation. Our clients range from individual land and mineral owners to independent oil and gas operators, both large and small, to some of the world’s largest major integrated oil and gas companies. When appropriate, we work closely with other lawyers in the firm who con...

    published: 09 Mar 2016
  • Anhui Tianhe Law Office Fortune Plaza, Hefei 230041- Mr. Zhang Weiming Mining Attorneys

    +86 (0)551 6258 6599 Speciality: corporate, FDI, capital market & securities, merger & acquisition, restructuring & privatisation of state-owned enterprises, banking & finance, mining, resources & energy

    published: 17 Nov 2016
  • Mining Law in Indonesia

    Mira Sudiro of Said Sudiro & Partners.

    published: 16 Jan 2016
  • After mining, DENR sets sights on illegal logging

    After going after mining firms that allegedly violated the law, the environment department is now mapping out a campaign against illegal logging. It has identified hot spots where the logging ban will be strictly enforced. - The World Tonight, ANC, February 9, 2017

    published: 09 Feb 2017
  • Indonesian Law Firm

    Indonesian Law Firm on Mining, Corporate and Manpower Law

    published: 06 Jul 2013
  • Minyak mining protest: There is no rule of law for the Communist Party

    Dharamshala — More than 100 Tibetans have protested against Chinese mining operations at a site considered sacred by local Tibetan residents, drawing a large police force to the area and prompting fears of clashes. 'The protest took place at Yulshok Gargye in Minyak County, Kham Province of eastern Tibet (Ch: Minya, Kangding County, Sichuan, China)," on May 4, 2016,' Aka Penpa, a monk from South India told the TPI. He said that "the ongoing mining has led to toxic wastes being dumped into the river resulting in the death of a large number of fishes." "About 100 local Tibetans then gathered in Yulshok Gargye to demand an end to the project and calling for urgent action to protect environment and wildlife," he added. The locals have engaged in shouting slogans "there is no rule of law fo...

    published: 07 May 2016
  • Global Mining Finance New Frontiers 2011 - Mayfair Mining and Minerals

    Global Mining Finance New Frontiers Conference Speaker: Slaven Sego Sponsor: Sego Law Office Date: 4th November 2011 Location: London Chamber of Commerce & Industry

    published: 03 Nov 2011
  • Dissecting the mining act 2016

    Minning cabinet secretary Dan Kazungu has called on miners to take advantage of the new mining act that allows small scale miners to exploit resources available in their parcels of land. President Uhuru Kenyatta assented into law the new mining act that among other things will require for large scale licenses to be ratified by parliament to ensure full disclosure of the mineral rights being issued in the country.

    published: 15 Jun 2016
  • Regulating coal mining and reclamation in the U.S. - SMCRA and OSMRE

    OSMRE (Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement) - http://www.osmre.gov - was established under The Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act (SMCRA) of 1977 - http://codes.lp.findlaw.com/uscode/30/25 This clip is from: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eaUPOI... (23 minutes) A Page In Time - Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement 1996 - Publication VID-009 - A video describing how the Surface Mining Law is implemented. === Optimism on Strip-Mine Law On the first anniversary of the Federal strip-mining law, there is hope that voluntary commitments by the top coal companies will help set the pace for compliance with the controversial environmental legislation. By Ben A. Franklin, Special to The New York Times, August 5, 1978 (Excerpts) But the convict...

    published: 17 Jan 2011
  • How is Big Data Changing Big Law?

    "Law firms that do manual review, that do document review based on keywords and old fashioned methods, are going to lose out to law firms that can more efficiently process information using Watson-like analytics," said Jason R. Baron of Drinker Biddle & Reath. Just how are data analytics and Watson-like technologies changing big law? At the Big Law Business Summit this summer, we posed that question to Baron, who The American Lawyer magazine named as one of the six "most important eDiscovery trailblazer" lawyers, as well as Seth Zachary, Chairman of Paul Hastings, Jami McKeon, Chair of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, Michele Coleman Mayes, the New York Public Library’s General Counsel, Terrence Truax, Managing Partner of Jenner & Block, J. Stephen Poor, Chairman of Seyfarth Shaw, and Adam Storc...

    published: 05 Nov 2015
  • Abandoned Mined Land (AML) reclamation program for former coal mines

    A national program to remediate safety and environmental hazards from past coal mining was created by the passage of federal law -- The Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act of 1977 (SMCRA). SMCRA, Title 4, Abandoned Mined Land Reclamation http://codes.lp.findlaw.com/uscode/30/25/IV The administering agency is the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement (OSMRE or OSM) within the U.S. Department of the Interior. See: http://www.osmre.gov/aml/AML.shtm More about SMCRA and OSMRE: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8uq7YI8AHnQ Abandoned Mines: Stay out, stay alive: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7EsZqik612U (I was with OSM from April 1978 to May 1995; this helped get me to leave): On the night of March 4, 1995, an entire eastbound lane of Interstate 70 in Guerns...

    published: 17 Jan 2011
  • Mining and Resistance in Dinétah

    A special episode-length documentary filmed on location in Dinétah; the name of the land of the Navajo people, spanning parts of Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado and Utah. 21 Billion tons of coal, the largest deposit in the US with an estimated value of 100 billion dollars, lay untouched in Dinétah until 1966. In that year, Peabody Coal Company leased the land in an agreement with a Hopi tribal council they helped form. In 1974, Congress passed the Navajo-Hopi Land Settlement Act, commonly known as “the relocation law." It divided about 2 million acres of land previously shared between Diné and Hopi tribes. Nearly overnight, the homes of tens of thousands of Diné and several hundred Hopi were now illegal. Since then, an estimated 10,000 to 20,000 Diné people have been forcibly relocated. To...

    published: 07 Jul 2016
  • AUSTRALIAN MINING DUO ON AUSTRALIA'S NEW MINING LAW - LES DAVIS & DEREK FISHER

    Australian mining executives Les Davis (Managing Director, Silver Lake Resources) and Derek Fisher (Moly Mines) lay out the challenges with Australia's new mining law, set to come into effect in summer 2012. Fisher also predicts Australian PM Julia Gillard won't be in office by the summer while Davis describes Australia's continuing strength in tapping mining opportunities worldwide. Interview shot at Cambridge House International's Vancouver Resource Investment Conference 2012 (http://cambridgehouse.com/).

    published: 23 Jan 2012
  • Balala pledges to overhaul archaic mining laws

    published: 17 May 2013
  • Law & Ethereum Panel Discussion - Ethereum London Meetup

    First of all we are really sorry, both our cameras stopped working half way through the video, luckily the sound recorder was still working and we have sound, but we lost video after minute 45. The Panel is split into two sections. The first section Law and the DAO will be covering questions like: • What is the DAO and what is the community of token holders? • Who is legally responsible for and liable for acts or omissions of the DAO? • Can the DAO or the token holders sue or be sued? • Is the DAO creating (or can it create) a new legal paradigm, or will existing legal frameworks (legal corporate structure, etc) simply be applied onto/around the core automated processes of DAOs. The second section Law and Blockchain will be addressing: • Can smart contracts function as legal contrac...

    published: 15 Jun 2016
  • The Mining Practice at Bennett Jones

    Bennett Jones is widely recognized as the leading Canadian law firm in energy and natural resources. In keeping with this standard, our mining lawyers are practice leaders, known for their extensive industry experience and excellence. They are trusted advisors to our clients, which include mining companies of all sizes, investment banks and investors.

    published: 23 Oct 2015
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    published: 01 Oct 2015
  • Opening Ceremony of The National Mining Summit 2017

    ____________________________________________________________________ Professor Yemi Osinbajo is a Senior Advocate of Nigeria and Senior Partner in the Law firm of SimmonsCooper Partners. Yemi Osibanjo is a professor of law and was the head of department of Public Law at the University of Lagos (1997-1999). He has also held teaching positions at the Lagos State University (LASU) and Olabisi Onabanjo University in Ogun State. Previously served as the Special Adviser to the Attorney General of Nigeria (1988-1992), he later became the Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice of Lagos State in 1999 reappointed for a second term in 2003. Follow Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, SAN https://facebook.com/professoryemiosinbajo/ https://twitter.com/profosinbajo https://instagram.com/profosinbajo

    published: 13 Jun 2017
  • Criminal Defense Attorneys - Simons Law Office | Boston MA

    Top Criminal Defense Attorneys in Boston MA. Simons Law Office successfully represents clients facing complex and serious criminal charges including Assault & Battery, OUI, Drug Trafficking, and White Collar Crimes like Embezzlement and Fraud. Call us today for a free phone consultation at 781-797-0555, or visit our website at http://jbsimonslaw.com.

    published: 27 May 2017
  • Sugar Pine Mine Men of Freedom '1872 mining law and act' 4-23-15

    Patriots show their support to the Sugar Pine Mine Men of Freedom. Patriots Rally at BLM Office Medford Oregon, the office was closed on a Thursday 4-23-15. High Noon. Oath Keeper member speaking in this clip.

    published: 25 Apr 2015
  • Government asked to pay Shs46 billion to Chinese firm in Moroto mining row

    A firm is demanding 46 billion shillings in compensation after it sued the Attorney General over mining of a rock to sold to it by Moroto Local government. The colossal sum of money is meant to be part of the payment to China Road and Bridge Corporation which constructed Moroto road. NTV has learnt that the office of the attorney General has asked the Uganda National Roads Authority to pay the money .The order came after the attorney admitted that the government owed 35 billion shillings to Welt Machinen Engineering Ltd. NTV spoke to Jamiru Mujurizi a lawyer to Welt Machinen who insists the claim is legitimate Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda...

    published: 21 Oct 2016
  • Global Mining Finance New Frontiers 2011 - Stratex International

    Global Mining Finance New Frontiers Conference Speaker: Slaven Sego Sponsor: Sego Law Office Date: 4th November 2011 Location: London Chamber of Commerce & Industry

    published: 03 Nov 2011
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Global Mining Finance New Frontiers 2011 - Sego Law Office

Global Mining Finance New Frontiers 2011 - Sego Law Office

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Oil, Gas, & Mineral Law - Karl Hesse, Foulston Siefkin Law Firm, Wichita, Kansas Office

Oil, Gas, & Mineral Law - Karl Hesse, Foulston Siefkin Law Firm, Wichita, Kansas Office

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A practice area attorney profile featuring Karl Hesse, and the work he is involved with in Oil, Gas, & Mineral Law at Foulston Siefkin LLP, the largest law firm in Kansas. For more information about Oil, Gas, & Mineral Law visit: (http://www.foulston.com/PracticeAreas/Details/Oil,-Gas-amp;-Minerals). Throughout its history, Foulston Siefkin has handled the full spectrum of legal matters relating to oil, gas and minerals in the areas of purchase and sales, exploration, production, marketing, transportation, financing and regulation. Our clients range from individual land and mineral owners to independent oil and gas operators, both large and small, to some of the world’s largest major integrated oil and gas companies. When appropriate, we work closely with other lawyers in the firm who concentrate in business, litigation, securities, taxation and creditors’ rights to efficiently provide all legal services needed by our oil and gas clients. Areas of Representation: Our oil and gas attorneys routinely provide advice and counsel regarding such matters as: Oil and gas leases Mining leases Deeds and other transfer instruments Operating agreements Unit agreements Farmout agreements Transfer and division orders Title examination Gas purchase contracts Oil and gas transportation agreements Purchase and sale agreements Mortgages, deeds of trust and security agreements Rights-of-way Licenses Easements and seismic permits Salt water disposal agreements, surface use agreements Regulatory permitting and compliance Representation before the Kansas Corporation Commission and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Litigation, Arbitration & Dispute Resolution Regarding Disputes involving ownership, market value royalty claims, contract and title claims, lease cancellation claims, implied covenant issues, and contracts
https://wn.com/Oil,_Gas,_Mineral_Law_Karl_Hesse,_Foulston_Siefkin_Law_Firm,_Wichita,_Kansas_Office
Anhui Tianhe Law Office Fortune Plaza, Hefei 230041- Mr. Zhang Weiming  Mining Attorneys

Anhui Tianhe Law Office Fortune Plaza, Hefei 230041- Mr. Zhang Weiming Mining Attorneys

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+86 (0)551 6258 6599 Speciality: corporate, FDI, capital market & securities, merger & acquisition, restructuring & privatisation of state-owned enterprises, banking & finance, mining, resources & energy
https://wn.com/Anhui_Tianhe_Law_Office_Fortune_Plaza,_Hefei_230041_Mr._Zhang_Weiming_Mining_Attorneys
Mining Law in Indonesia

Mining Law in Indonesia

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Mira Sudiro of Said Sudiro & Partners.
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After mining, DENR sets sights on illegal logging

After mining, DENR sets sights on illegal logging

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After going after mining firms that allegedly violated the law, the environment department is now mapping out a campaign against illegal logging. It has identified hot spots where the logging ban will be strictly enforced. - The World Tonight, ANC, February 9, 2017
https://wn.com/After_Mining,_Denr_Sets_Sights_On_Illegal_Logging
Indonesian Law Firm

Indonesian Law Firm

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Indonesian Law Firm on Mining, Corporate and Manpower Law
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Minyak mining protest: There is no rule of law for the Communist Party

Minyak mining protest: There is no rule of law for the Communist Party

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Dharamshala — More than 100 Tibetans have protested against Chinese mining operations at a site considered sacred by local Tibetan residents, drawing a large police force to the area and prompting fears of clashes. 'The protest took place at Yulshok Gargye in Minyak County, Kham Province of eastern Tibet (Ch: Minya, Kangding County, Sichuan, China)," on May 4, 2016,' Aka Penpa, a monk from South India told the TPI. He said that "the ongoing mining has led to toxic wastes being dumped into the river resulting in the death of a large number of fishes." "About 100 local Tibetans then gathered in Yulshok Gargye to demand an end to the project and calling for urgent action to protect environment and wildlife," he added. The locals have engaged in shouting slogans "there is no rule of law for the Communist Party" and saying they lied to us, they cheated on us, they betrayed us and broken promises. 'Chinese authorities deployed dozens of police forces in vehicles to the protest site, immediately after the event,' TPI's source said. "The situation is still very tense, as there are growing fears among the locals that the security crackdown, may take place in the open sky," sources said, adding: "It is also unknown whether or not the Chinese authorities arrested any of these Tibetan protesters." Yulshok Gargye is a sacred place located in the Minyak County, less than 20 minutes walk from the center of Pa-Lhagang, which is one of the holiest site in Tibetan Buddhism. Waste from the mines, in operation since 2005, but stopped in recent years because local protests against the project, which has been dumped in the "Lhuchu River," resulting in the death of large numbers of fishes. Sources said "they restarted the mine in April this year, resulting in the death of another large numbers of fishes." "Tibetan nomads have protested the Chinese mining operations, which poison drinking water and kill herd animals," he added. Sources: www.thetibetpost.com
https://wn.com/Minyak_Mining_Protest_There_Is_No_Rule_Of_Law_For_The_Communist_Party
Global Mining Finance New Frontiers 2011 - Mayfair Mining and Minerals

Global Mining Finance New Frontiers 2011 - Mayfair Mining and Minerals

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  • Updated: 03 Nov 2011
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Dissecting the mining act 2016

Dissecting the mining act 2016

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Minning cabinet secretary Dan Kazungu has called on miners to take advantage of the new mining act that allows small scale miners to exploit resources available in their parcels of land. President Uhuru Kenyatta assented into law the new mining act that among other things will require for large scale licenses to be ratified by parliament to ensure full disclosure of the mineral rights being issued in the country.
https://wn.com/Dissecting_The_Mining_Act_2016
Regulating coal mining and reclamation in the U.S. - SMCRA and OSMRE

Regulating coal mining and reclamation in the U.S. - SMCRA and OSMRE

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OSMRE (Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement) - http://www.osmre.gov - was established under The Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act (SMCRA) of 1977 - http://codes.lp.findlaw.com/uscode/30/25 This clip is from: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eaUPOI... (23 minutes) A Page In Time - Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement 1996 - Publication VID-009 - A video describing how the Surface Mining Law is implemented. === Optimism on Strip-Mine Law On the first anniversary of the Federal strip-mining law, there is hope that voluntary commitments by the top coal companies will help set the pace for compliance with the controversial environmental legislation. By Ben A. Franklin, Special to The New York Times, August 5, 1978 (Excerpts) But the conviction is growing that the bitterly controversial strip-mining law enacted a year ago to regulate how the earth is torn up and replaced to minimize environmental disruption stands a fair chance of working. In the agency assigned to administer the law, the Interior Department's new Office of Surface Mining, the reasons cited include the voluntary commitment of top executives of two big Appalachian strippers, the Pittson Company and the Falcon Coal Company, to work toward a pace-setting model of compliance in the Eastern mountain region where the enforcement problems of the office are the fiercest. Although the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act, one of the decades's major environmental measures, became law August 3, 1977, and became effective last May, the surface-mining office was held to bare skeleton of a staff borrowed from other agencies for seven months. Its first appropriation was tied up in Congress from August 1977 to last March [1978]. [The initial 28 federal inspectors were not hired until 4/9/1978; provision of the law became effective on 2/2/1978, on new coal mining operations.] So the agency's staff is still short-handed. Environmental regulations that are the cutting edge of the law are months late in publication. And of the 200 Federal strip-mine inspectors authorized, only 61 are on board. [More than half of these still being trained and not yet authorized to do inspections.] One small striper in Ohio who failed during a two-week grace period to react correctly to a routine Federal mine inspector's citation for lack of required mine roadway signs -- in effect the mine had been given a "traffic ticket" or warning -- has learned the consequences of "willful failure to comply": a mine closure order and a $750-a-day fine that may total $1500. The fine is mandatory under the law. As of last week, strip-mine operators were still learning. In 337 Federal inspections since May 4, [1978] there have been 97 notices of violations or warnings and 33 cessation orders or closures for flagrant disregard -- a noncompliance rate of 38 percent. --- COAL SURFACE MINING AND RECLAMATION: An Environmental and Economic Assessment of Alternatives (U.S. Senate report, March 1973) http://groups.google.com/group/bob-mooney/web/1973-senate-report --- Investigation: Enforcement of Strip Mining Laws, 1975 http://groups.google.com/group/bob-mooney/web/cspi-enforcement-of-strip-mining-laws-1975 (Excerpt from an editorial in The Washington Post, 1/8/1976) Because inspectors are responsible for so many operations, many sites are rarely visited. Inspections are conducted as quick surveys instead of thorough investigations...As a result of political appointments and poor field training programs, inspectors often lack the necessary technical skills for detecting violations. When an inspector is highly skilled, mining interests often lure him away with a 200 or 300 percent salary increase. Many blatant violations are never reported to the state central enforcement office. A wide variety of industry favors are available to cooperative inspectors. On the other hand, some diligent inspectors have encountered personal threats and beatings. The study has created controversy in the coalfields as could have been predicted; any suggestion that coal companies are something less than public-spirited citizens rushing to save America in the energy crisis is sure to be met in some quarters with hostile criticism. It is significant, though, that soon after the study's appearance, Kentucky's highest-ranking strip mine official was fired. In Washington, Rep. John Seiberling (D-Ohio) believes that "this study gives us the ammunition to write effective legislation." That may well be needed, considering that this year's [1976] effort to get strip mining provisions added onto another bill have almost been spent. If anything, the documentation of coalfield abuses strengthens the case for strong federal controls. --- OSMRE in its early years -- Interivew with regional director Ed Imhoff, 1980 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vLg_MywIiKY
https://wn.com/Regulating_Coal_Mining_And_Reclamation_In_The_U.S._Smcra_And_Osmre
How is Big Data Changing Big Law?

How is Big Data Changing Big Law?

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"Law firms that do manual review, that do document review based on keywords and old fashioned methods, are going to lose out to law firms that can more efficiently process information using Watson-like analytics," said Jason R. Baron of Drinker Biddle & Reath. Just how are data analytics and Watson-like technologies changing big law? At the Big Law Business Summit this summer, we posed that question to Baron, who The American Lawyer magazine named as one of the six "most important eDiscovery trailblazer" lawyers, as well as Seth Zachary, Chairman of Paul Hastings, Jami McKeon, Chair of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, Michele Coleman Mayes, the New York Public Library’s General Counsel, Terrence Truax, Managing Partner of Jenner & Block, J. Stephen Poor, Chairman of Seyfarth Shaw, and Adam Storch, Chief of Staff and Chief Operating Officer - Legal and Public Affairs, Marsh & McLennan Companies. This is the sixth in a series of seven videos recorded with legal industry leaders at the Big Law Business Summit.
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Abandoned Mined Land (AML) reclamation program for former coal mines

Abandoned Mined Land (AML) reclamation program for former coal mines

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A national program to remediate safety and environmental hazards from past coal mining was created by the passage of federal law -- The Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act of 1977 (SMCRA). SMCRA, Title 4, Abandoned Mined Land Reclamation http://codes.lp.findlaw.com/uscode/30/25/IV The administering agency is the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement (OSMRE or OSM) within the U.S. Department of the Interior. See: http://www.osmre.gov/aml/AML.shtm More about SMCRA and OSMRE: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8uq7YI8AHnQ Abandoned Mines: Stay out, stay alive: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7EsZqik612U (I was with OSM from April 1978 to May 1995; this helped get me to leave): On the night of March 4, 1995, an entire eastbound lane of Interstate 70 in Guernsey County, Ohio suddenly collapsed into a 10-foot crater swallowing a car and nearly several others plus a semi-truck --- the entire interstate being closed for six months until $4.4 million in repairs were made. On September 15, 1994, Robert Mooney, an acting field director for the federal Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement, had sent the state a letter expressing concern for a worsening situation. The state ignored his request for an investigation of voids in the abandoned coal mines beneath the highway. More: http://groups.google.com/group/bob-mooney/web/i-70-collapse 1/13/2011 - Interstate-72 bridge damaged by mine subsidence http://www.sj-r.com/carousel/x512656240/I-72-bridge-damaged-by-mine-subsidence (Excerpts) A routine bridge inspection last fall showed damage from mine subsidence under the bridge on the east side of the river, said Illinois Department of Transportation spokesman Josh Kauffman. He said the subsidence has had "a very slight impact" on the bridge, which was built in 1974. "It is still able to carry the loads it was built for," Kauffman said. "It is a very small dip." IDOT is coordinating efforts with the Illinois Department of Natural Resources' Office of Mines and Minerals. "We have devised a plan to stabilize the structure by drilling a series of bore holes to the depth of the abandoned mine and injecting a concrete grout mixture to fill any voids left from coal mining operations," Kauffman said. Department of Natural Resources spokesman Chris McCloud said the agency's Abandoned Mined Land Reclamation Division said a DNR contractor will be at the bridge Monday, weather permitting, to begin filling the area east of the river with concrete. Underground coal mine fires: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxlykI9WSGI This clip is from A Page in Time (1996): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KpDwRYy7BYg
https://wn.com/Abandoned_Mined_Land_(Aml)_Reclamation_Program_For_Former_Coal_Mines
Mining and Resistance in Dinétah

Mining and Resistance in Dinétah

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A special episode-length documentary filmed on location in Dinétah; the name of the land of the Navajo people, spanning parts of Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado and Utah. 21 Billion tons of coal, the largest deposit in the US with an estimated value of 100 billion dollars, lay untouched in Dinétah until 1966. In that year, Peabody Coal Company leased the land in an agreement with a Hopi tribal council they helped form. In 1974, Congress passed the Navajo-Hopi Land Settlement Act, commonly known as “the relocation law." It divided about 2 million acres of land previously shared between Diné and Hopi tribes. Nearly overnight, the homes of tens of thousands of Diné and several hundred Hopi were now illegal. Since then, an estimated 10,000 to 20,000 Diné people have been forcibly relocated. Today, only a small group of mostly elder Diné continue to live here, and those that remain are being pressured to leave. More than 40% of homes here lack running water. Peabody Energy’s two mines here have extracted over 400 million tons of coal and depleted 70 percent of an ancient desert aquifer. Peabody’s Kayenta coal mine fuels the Navajo Generating Station, which is owned by the US Department of the Interior and provides water and electricity to Phoenix, Tucson, Las Vegas and Los Angeles. What is the cost, paid in the lives of the Navajo people, of the water and power delivered to these cities? On the anniversary of the founding of the United States, we visit with Diné (Navajo) youth and elders coming together to fight for the survival of their culture, fighting against displacement caused by US government policy, as well as exploitation caused by mining and other polluting industries.
https://wn.com/Mining_And_Resistance_In_Dinétah
AUSTRALIAN MINING DUO ON AUSTRALIA'S NEW MINING LAW - LES DAVIS & DEREK FISHER

AUSTRALIAN MINING DUO ON AUSTRALIA'S NEW MINING LAW - LES DAVIS & DEREK FISHER

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Australian mining executives Les Davis (Managing Director, Silver Lake Resources) and Derek Fisher (Moly Mines) lay out the challenges with Australia's new mining law, set to come into effect in summer 2012. Fisher also predicts Australian PM Julia Gillard won't be in office by the summer while Davis describes Australia's continuing strength in tapping mining opportunities worldwide. Interview shot at Cambridge House International's Vancouver Resource Investment Conference 2012 (http://cambridgehouse.com/).
https://wn.com/Australian_Mining_Duo_On_Australia'S_New_Mining_Law_Les_Davis_Derek_Fisher
Balala pledges to overhaul archaic mining laws

Balala pledges to overhaul archaic mining laws

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  • Updated: 17 May 2013
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Law & Ethereum Panel Discussion - Ethereum London Meetup

Law & Ethereum Panel Discussion - Ethereum London Meetup

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First of all we are really sorry, both our cameras stopped working half way through the video, luckily the sound recorder was still working and we have sound, but we lost video after minute 45. The Panel is split into two sections. The first section Law and the DAO will be covering questions like: • What is the DAO and what is the community of token holders? • Who is legally responsible for and liable for acts or omissions of the DAO? • Can the DAO or the token holders sue or be sued? • Is the DAO creating (or can it create) a new legal paradigm, or will existing legal frameworks (legal corporate structure, etc) simply be applied onto/around the core automated processes of DAOs. The second section Law and Blockchain will be addressing: • Can smart contracts function as legal contracts and vis-a-versa. • What will the practice of law look like in the era of smart contracts and blockchain? What will change? Will all lawyers be coders? Will human judgment still be required? Will courts and judges be replaced? • How will DAOs, blockchains and smart contracts change the law itself (property law, IP law, tax law, criminal law)? • Part of the vision of blockchain is freedom and empowerment, but with public blockchains, what happens to the right of privacy and the right to be forgotten? The panel was chaired by Stuart Mast - with over 15 years of experience practicing law at some of the biggest international law firms. He has been involved with startups as a founder, partner, investor and evangelist. As a lawyer, Stuart is particularly excited about the role law can play in helping to advance the developments in the blockchain ecosystem, as well as the remarkable opportunity we now have to think about how law, and the ways we regulate ourselves and resolve disputes, can be reinvented. Stuart was joined by: • Stephen D. Palley is of counsel in the Washington D.C. office of Anderson Kill. He focuses his practice on litigation, trial practice and insurance coverage. He has recently published articles on determining jurisdiction when a DAO is sued, and on how to sue a DAO. • Lorna Brazell is a partner at Osbourne Clarke. Her work includes litigation in the English courts, oppositions and appeals at the European Patent Office and the management of parallel actions across Europe and beyond, as well as IP diligence reviews, opinions, international portfolio management and patent licensing. She is a contributing author to Hoegner's 2015 book on the Law of Bitcoin. • Raoul Lumb is an attorney in Hill Hofstetter’s Technology Team. He assists clients with a wide range of commercial contract issues, as well as advising on intellectual property and regulatory matters. He acts for clients drawn from all across the Technology sector, including software developers, online entrepreneurs and hardware manufacturers. • Sean Murphy is a corporate partner in Norton Rose Fulbright's London office. He advises a broad range of clients on FinTech-related matters, including financial institutions, regulators, investors, start-ups and mature technology companies. Sean is the global co-chair of Norton Rose Fulbright's technology international business group and leads the global distributed ledger and blockchain practice group. We’d like to thank the London Ethereum Meetup (http://www.meetup.com/ethereum/) event sponsors and organizers: B9lab: http://b9lab.com/ BTL: http://btl.co/ Slock.It: https://slock.it/ CryptoCompare: https://www.cryptocompare.com/ Havas Media: http://www.havasmedia.com/
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The Mining Practice at Bennett Jones

The Mining Practice at Bennett Jones

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Bennett Jones is widely recognized as the leading Canadian law firm in energy and natural resources. In keeping with this standard, our mining lawyers are practice leaders, known for their extensive industry experience and excellence. They are trusted advisors to our clients, which include mining companies of all sizes, investment banks and investors.
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Opening Ceremony of The National Mining Summit 2017

Opening Ceremony of The National Mining Summit 2017

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____________________________________________________________________ Professor Yemi Osinbajo is a Senior Advocate of Nigeria and Senior Partner in the Law firm of SimmonsCooper Partners. Yemi Osibanjo is a professor of law and was the head of department of Public Law at the University of Lagos (1997-1999). He has also held teaching positions at the Lagos State University (LASU) and Olabisi Onabanjo University in Ogun State. Previously served as the Special Adviser to the Attorney General of Nigeria (1988-1992), he later became the Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice of Lagos State in 1999 reappointed for a second term in 2003. Follow Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, SAN https://facebook.com/professoryemiosinbajo/ https://twitter.com/profosinbajo https://instagram.com/profosinbajo
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Criminal Defense Attorneys - Simons Law Office | Boston MA

Criminal Defense Attorneys - Simons Law Office | Boston MA

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Top Criminal Defense Attorneys in Boston MA. Simons Law Office successfully represents clients facing complex and serious criminal charges including Assault & Battery, OUI, Drug Trafficking, and White Collar Crimes like Embezzlement and Fraud. Call us today for a free phone consultation at 781-797-0555, or visit our website at http://jbsimonslaw.com.
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Sugar Pine Mine Men of Freedom '1872 mining law and act' 4-23-15

Sugar Pine Mine Men of Freedom '1872 mining law and act' 4-23-15

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Patriots show their support to the Sugar Pine Mine Men of Freedom. Patriots Rally at BLM Office Medford Oregon, the office was closed on a Thursday 4-23-15. High Noon. Oath Keeper member speaking in this clip.
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Government asked to pay Shs46 billion to Chinese firm in Moroto mining row

Government asked to pay Shs46 billion to Chinese firm in Moroto mining row

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A firm is demanding 46 billion shillings in compensation after it sued the Attorney General over mining of a rock to sold to it by Moroto Local government. The colossal sum of money is meant to be part of the payment to China Road and Bridge Corporation which constructed Moroto road. NTV has learnt that the office of the attorney General has asked the Uganda National Roads Authority to pay the money .The order came after the attorney admitted that the government owed 35 billion shillings to Welt Machinen Engineering Ltd. NTV spoke to Jamiru Mujurizi a lawyer to Welt Machinen who insists the claim is legitimate Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda
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Global Mining Finance New Frontiers 2011 - Stratex International

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Law Office of James P. Segall-Gutierrez, Esq.

Law Office of James P. Segall-Gutierrez, Esq.

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