Join Watson Farley & Williams for our webinar on ‘Current requirements for broadband expansion’ on 26 October.
WFW advises GP JOULE Connect on e-mobility joint venture with Renault’s MOBILIZE Power Solutions15 October 2021
The aim is to improve the charging infrastructure for electric and plug-in hybrid fleets whilst reducing operating costs and simultaneously making an impactful contribution to climate neutrality.
Read the twenty fourth edition of our weekly update of Italian labour law.
In this article, we focus on what the changes in the latest draft of Master Plan VIII mean for the transition towards renewable energy in Vietnam.
This article focusses on the proposals made by the European Commission regarding the extension of the European Emissions Trading Scheme to the maritime sector.
Payment Orders – Latest updates and best practice for creditors pursuing simple debts13 October 2021
In September 2021, a change was made to the UAE Civil Procedure Code (Federal Law 11 of 1992) (“CPC”) relating to Payment Orders.
In RICS latest article, Partner Nick Walker reviews the Building Safety Bill currently before Parliament.
In this week’s Commercial Disputes Weekly look out for an interesting shipbuilding case involving the use of confidential design documents, as well as the Court of Appeal’s comments on estoppel by conduct and guidance on when an adjournment will be granted.
This article, the first in a series exploring the English courts’ powers in support of LMAA arbitrations, assesses the power to grant anti-suit injunctions where proceedings have been initiated outside of London in breach of an arbitration agreement.
The transaction involved drafting of a margin adjustment mechanism based on carbon intensity rating as an incentive for the owners to reduce the carriers’ carbon emissions.