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This German-language article explores the occupational health and safety regulations contained within the German Government’s new temporary “remote working” legislation.
This article examines the UK Supreme Court’s decision on the coverage provided by Business Interruption insurance policies in relation to losses arising out of the Covid-19 pandemic and resulting government measures.
The wind farm has a total installed capacity of 588 MW. This investment is TRIG’s third in a UK offshore wind farm and represents circa 12% of its overall investment portfolio.
As a result of Brexit, there is a risk that physical electricity and gas trading via UK brokers will no longer be covered by the so-called REMIT carve-out and that such transactions will therefore be subject to financial market regulation.
Germany’s new renewable energy law offers opportunities for E-bus fleet operators for public transport with high cost saving potential.
The restructuring was extremely complex and challenging, and involved innovative strategies which have not been previously adopted in the maritime sector.
This is the first contract award for a federal motorway project under the aegis of the new Autobahn GmbH authority set up by the government on 1 January 2021.
WFW advises Norma Capital on sale & leaseback acquisition of logistics complex from Monoprix20 January 2021
Norma Capital, have acquired a 3,201 sq. meters warehouse and office complex located in Joué-Lès-Tours.
Ryland Ash and Alexander Creswick have written a feature piece for construction sector publication PBC Today on payment regimes and mechanisms in contracts.
Find out what the Supreme Court had to say on the FCA’s business interruption test case in this week’s Commercial Disputes Weekly, as well as Court of Appeal decisions on without prejudice privilege, whether an expert owes fiduciary duties to their client, and when a claim will be struck out as an abuse of process.