In this article we discuss the UK Court of Appeal’s recent decision on the construction of the Admiralty Solicitors Group standard collision jurisdiction wording (“ASG2”).
The amendments aimed at incorporating sustainability linked provisions into the facility, highlighting the conscious effort of all parties involved to support and recognise the importance of ESG in maritime facilities.
In Commercial Disputes Weekly we look at the first decision on what is a “construction contract” since adjudication was introduced in 1998, in which Watson Farley & Williams acted for the successful appellant before the Court of Appeal.
In this article, we highlight the potential pitfalls for businesses in sustainability reporting and the need to ensure accurate and transparent reports, as and when a business is ready to share its sustainability journey with a wider audience.
WFW wins four ‘Transport Deal of the Year’ awards at The Asset Triple A Sustainable Infrastructure 2022 Awards17 June 2022
The Asset Triple A Sustainable Infrastructure Awards honour the institutions and the deals in Asia each year
The China Business Law Awards are based on hundreds of nominations received from China-focussed corporate counsel and legal professionals around the world.
Frank was recognised for his contribution to the Greek shipping finance sector, in particular his involvement in establishing WFW’s Athens office in 1984 and running the office for five years.
The ZouZou – If the owner’s marine insurers decline cover for a total loss, will the lender’s mortgagee’s interest insurance policy come to the rescue?
We cover two adjudication decisions in the latest Commercial Disputes Weekly, as well as an application for permission to substitute an expert witness when the existing expert is no longer willing to act. In addition we discuss the Admiralty Court’s first decision on collision liability in a Precautionary Area.
All five vessels will fly the Italian flag and operate in the oil, product, chemical tanker and bulker segments.