In this German webinar, we will give you an overview of the future legal situation in order to enable you to deal with the new regulations in a legally sound and actionable manner.
Author: Ellie Stuchfield Archive
The enforcement of foreign court judgments in the UAE has always been notoriously difficult and uncertain. The recent directive issued by the UAE Ministry of Justice requiring the Dubai Courts to enforce English judgments is likely to increase collaboration between the English and UAE Courts.
In this webinar, Partner Dr Christine Bader and NERA’s Dominik Huebler will present a perspective on the latest changes to the German Offshore Wind landscape from legal and economic perspectives.
Read the sixty ninth edition of our weekly update of Italian labour law.
This article considers Thailand’s draft bill to introduce adjudication proceedings for construction payment disputes, along with key points for both contractors and employers to consider.
We examine the first draft regulation on the implementation of a new gas procurement levy covering the replacement costs for the failure of gas deliveries from Russia.
Watson Farley & Williams and UniCredit had the pleasure of hosting the first ever Munich Hydrogen Summit on 30 June 2022, a hybrid event focussing on hydrogen projects, investments and financing. Speakers from major industry players, technology providers and developers as well as financing experts shared their insights, with Watson Farley & Williams providing regulatory expertise.
In Commercial Disputes Weekly we consider a crucial decision holding the UK Government to account for failing to comply with its obligations to achieve net zero. We also look at the ever controversial issue of liquidated damages, a stealth jurisdiction argument and an unsuccessful challenge to the Court of Appeal’s approach to allowing grounds of appeal.
Employment contracts require adaption – transparent and predictable working conditions in the European Union
On 1 August 2022, changes to the Proof of Employment Act will come into force, which will have far-reaching consequences for the design of new employment contracts – but also for existing employment relationships.
Read the sixty fourth edition of our weekly update of Italian labour law.