Update: Changes to the Regulatory Framework for Non-Performing Loans in Greece

13 June 2017

The Hellenic Parliament has introduced key changes in relation to the establishment and operation of loan asset management companies.

Torpedo Tactics

7 June 2017

WFW London Partner Andrew Hutcheon and Senior Associate Sam Prentki authored an article for Commercial Litigation Journal, exploring a recent decision on asymmetric jurisdiction clauses and what the future may hold for English jurisdiction clauses after Brexit.

UK Supreme Court Rules on Charterparty Unsafe Port Claim

2 June 2017

The Supreme Court has upheld a Court of Appeal judgment confirming that there had not been a breach of a safe port warranty.

Offshore Wind Contract Conundrum Heads to Supreme Court

1 June 2017

WFW London Partner Rebecca Williams and Senior Associate Ben Lamble discuss the potential impact of the English Supreme Court's Appeal Hearing into the Robin Rigg case on the offshore wind sector for POWER magazine.

Choice-of-Law Considerations in Transatlantic Transactions

24 May 2017

Partner Andrew Hutcheon and Associate Mark Lee authored an article for New York Law Journal examining the legal implications for parties in both the UK and New York when long-term agreements or options leaving terms to be agreed, what the similarities and differences are between the two jurisdictions.

UK: Employment Insight In-Depth – May 2017

22 May 2017

Can a tribunal question whether a warning was fairly given? This is the question when looking at the situation where an employer has dismissed an employee for an offence because they were already in receipt of a final written warning.