This article explores the German Government’s recent measures to facilitate companies holding shareholder meetings during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
In the second of a seven-part series on the application of US sanctions to the shipping community, this article focuses on the comprehensive sanctions regimes against Iran, Syria and North Korea.
The interpretation of contracts leads this week’s Commercial Disputes Weekly, with cases on a consent provision in an agreement for the transportation of oil, the terms that governed FX transactions and whether a contract to arrange the carriage of a sailing yacht was a consumer contract under the Brussels Recast Regulation.
This article explores the growing interest from private equity in the aviation sector as airlines, lessors and financiers seek to consolidate their position as a result of the turmoil caused by Covid-19.
This article considers the rise of corporate offtake of renewable energy in Taiwan and how country is supporting its development.
This is the first project financing undertaken by NatWest using SONIA, which is being implemented as part of the LIBOR transition
The deal is the first in Spain to meet the solar criteria of the ICMA’s Climate Bond Standards to ensure alignment with the 2016 Paris Agreement to combat climate change.
Rob Fidoe, Jack Moulder and Leah Alpren-Waterman feature in online legal news publication Law360.
Thanks to this acquisition, the group now has 500+ employees and comprises six construction and public works businesses operating through 19 subsidiaries and 42 production sites.
In the first of a seven-part series on the application of US sanctions to the shipping community, this article provides a general overview of said sanctions.