Read the fifty fifth edition of our weekly update of Italian labour law.
While there is still a strong emphasis on an energy transition, this seems to be a bit of a sidestep from 2021’s Net Zero Strategy and the decarbonisation focus of COP26, hosted in Glasgow in October 2021.
In Commercial Disputes Weekly we look at two landlord and tenant cases (on notices and the surrender of a sub-lease), a decision on security for costs against a trustee in bankruptcy and statutory interpretation where the provision was enacted following an EU directive.
In this article, London Partners Toby Royal and Mike Phillips and Paralegal James Fitzjohn assess the rules and what they mean for the maritime insurance industry.
Italian VAT law has recently been changed so that the place of supply of services relating to the leasing and chartering of a yacht is now the place where the leased or chartered yacht is actually used by the customer.
Read the fifty fourth edition of our weekly update of Italian labour law.
Our German Regulatory team publish a regular newsletter offering insights into changes and challenges within the public sector in Germany.
Commercial Disputes Weekly Issue 116 looks at when a contractor is covered against liability claims by being coinsured under the project insurance policy. It also considers the repercussions of breaching the embargo on draft judgments.
In this article, certain aspects and provisions of RD-L 6/2022 are analysed, which we consider particularly relevant for renewable energy projects.
The Energy Decree introduces urgent measures for controlling electricity and natural gas costs, the development of renewable energy and the relaunch of industrial policies.