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In a significant recent decision which could affect how bareboat charterparty terms are negotiated from now on, the English Court of Appeal has held that the BARECON ’89 charterparty obligation on the bareboat charterer to maintain the vessel’s class certificates is not a legal ‘condition’ of the charterparty contract, and so the owner is not entitled to terminate the charterparty if this obligation is breached.
Welcome to a new weekly update from the London disputes team at Watson Farley & Williams, with bite size snippets of know how from the English courts.
We will be co-hosting with Network Corporate Finance a seminar on “Digitization as a Market Driver in Health Care – Current Developments and Opportunities”.
On October 10, 2019, the Marshall Islands was removed from the European Union’s blacklist of non-cooperative jurisdictions for tax purposes.
Employment Partner Anna Robinson explores a recent case in which an Employment Tribunal held that a female manager massaging a male employee’s shoulders for 2-3 minutes, whilst unwanted conduct, was not harassment.
New investment in renewable energy is fast approaching a key… Read more
Join us for our SECOND renewable energy event in London,… Read more
Dr Philipp Byers focusses on providing employment project-related legal advice, especially regarding workplace privacy (Beschäftigtendatenschutz) and employment law compliance issues.
WFW launches new report “The Future of Renewable Energy: Renewable Power Generation, Merchant Risk and the Growth of Corporate PPAs”
The report provides insight into key regional and global trends currently impacting the industry, as well as the issues that will shape the future of renewable energy.
Our renewable energy report provides insight on renewable power generation, merchant risk, the growth of corporate PPAs and new battery storage solutions.