The US recently enacted new sanctions on Russia, Iran and North Korea. These are likely to have significant consequences on certain sectors of the Russian economy as well as the ability of certain Russian companies to operate outside the country.
What do the UK Government’s proposals for EEA nationals after Brexit entail and what options are available?
On July 20, 2017, the US Department of Treasury’s Office… Read more
The new Tobacco Products Control Act came into effect in July 2017. It curtails tobacco advertising and will make it difficult for new brands or products to access the Thai market.
In an eagerly awaited decision the Supreme Court has ruled that a shipowner’s benefit from selling its vessel, following a time charterer’s repudiatory breach, was not to be taken into account when assessing the shipowner’s damages.
The Commercial Court has returned to the subject of shipbuilding contract warranty clauses and issued further guidance as to the proper interpretation of exclusions of consequential losses in that context.
An employer may successfully defend a claim for redundancy by a disabled employee if it can justify the unfavourable treatment on the basis that it is a proportionate means of achieving a legitimate aim.
A recent Bill passed by the US Senate imposes economic sanctions on Russia. If passed into law, it may affect the country’s industry and the ability of non-Russian entities to do business with it.
What are the key updates on the support mechanism for French onshore wind projects?
A recent Technology and Construction Court decision shows the potential risks associated with inviting an adjudicator to use the so-called ‘slip rule’ to correct his decision.