Daniel Pilarski discusses the US government’s new sanctions on people-to-people cruises in Cuba and their repercussions.
As a sequel to our previous briefing “New Guidance on Vietnamese Wind Projects”, this briefing outlines the key changes to the terms of Vietnam’s wind power purchase agreement (“PPA”).
Andrew Hutcheon and Jack Moulder discuss the recent decision of the English Court of Appeal in Airbus S.A.S v Generali Italia concerning an exclusive jurisdiction clause in an airframe warranties agreement.
New guidance has been provided by the Court of Appeal about when a construction project completes.
Il tar lazio ammette l cumulo tra tremonti ambiente e gli incentivi di cui ai Conti Energia successivi al II
Il TAR Lazio ammette il cumulo tra la Tremonti Ambiente e gli incentivi di cui ai Conti Energia successivi al II.
Full Metal Jacket: Change of trustee in Utah aircraft owning common law trust triggers a metal transfer
Dominic Pearson looks into the nature of common law trusts in Utah and how this affects aircraft owners. He considers the requirements for a metal transfer in the event of a change of trustee.
Alfredo Guacci Esposito looks at the “Growth Decree”, Law Decree n. 34, which introduces several provisions aimed at boosting the Italian economy.
Partner Evangelos Catsambas looks at the English High Court’s clarification of the scope of a typical time charterparty capture/seizure/arrest clause in the context of ship piracy and its impact on the shipping community.
Our authors take a look at the UK Supreme Court’s judgment in Vedanta Resources PLC v Lungowe. The decision contains important comments on determining parent company liability and which jurisdictions substantial justice can be obtained.