This article assesses the imminent changes to landlords’ remedies (including forfeiture) when pursuing rent arrears owed by their commercial tenants.
This article discusses the decision in Tenke v Katanga where the claimant unsuccessfully challenged an arbitration award for failing on the grounds that the Tribunal rejected an application to adjourn the merits hearing due to Covid-19 related reasons.
Members of the Employment & Immigration Group will provide an update on key developments and challenges within the UK immigration sphere during the last 12 months, including practical tips for employers navigating the post-Brexit visa regime.
This article reviews two recent decisions on the use of force majeure clauses for claims arising out of Covid-19 measures.
As the Covid-19 Omicron variant spread rapidly across the UK, Plan B measures were introduced and are now being eased again. What does this mean for employers?
This highly anticipated publication by the UK government introduces an arbitration scheme in order to resolve the rent arrears for mandated closures and restrictions.
Partners Joe McGladdery and Simon Kavanagh, in the latest issue of Marine Money, look at some of the more significant issues faced generally by Owners when constructing and financing LNGCs against long-term charters.
As the maritime sector increasingly turns its attention to environmental, social and corporate governance issues, our latest article explores seafarer welfare, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic, and how employers can promote the wellbeing of seafarers.
In a feature article for EG, Barry Hembling discusses the recent changes to the quarantine measures put in place by the UK Government and the measures travellers should take.
This article outlines the basic functions of CORSIA, identifies risk mitigation measures which lenders might take to protect their position and addresses how COVID-19 might reshape the mechanics for airlines meeting CORSIA emissions targets