This article, focusing on UK, is the sixth of a series of articles exploring the future of e-charging in Europe.
In a cautionary decision for parties involved in OFTO transactions, a High Court judgment confirms the importance of precise drafting within SPAs and other OFTO transaction documents to ensure that the parties’ intentions regarding risk allocation are reflected accurately.
As the construction industry prepares itself for the gradual return to the “new normal”, this note considers the lessons learnt from the last two months.
This note summarises the key temporary changes to the regulatory framework for companies listed in the UK that have been announced to date in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and provides suggestions on how such companies might mitigate the disruption from COVID-19 including the use of virtual AGMs.
This is the second of our five-part, week-long series covering the issues facing the construction industry in five different jurisdictions across the world in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The firm attained eight top ten rankings in IJGlobal, including moving into the top spot for Renewables Infrastructure Finance and gaining three new rankings since Q1 2019.
This article considers the new permitted development rights for emergency development and reflects on key issues for developers still not yet addressed by the UK Government in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This article explains the difference between an electronic signature and a digital signature, what digital signatures look like, how they work and why they are more secure than ‘simple’ electronic signatures.
This article discusses developments on the Courts’ operation in Greece, after the suspension of all judicial activities since March, due to the COVID-19 emergency measures.
This article explores the restrictions being put in place on foreign investments in Germany.