This article discusses the implications of the new register of overseas entities, introduced on 1 August 2022, on the ownership of property in England and Wales.
A quartet of interpretation cases this week: Commercial Disputes Weekly covers decisions by the Court of Appeal on rent cesser clauses during the pandemic and the requirements for rent repayment orders, and the Commercial Court looks at a commodities sale and purchase agreement and decisions of an arbitral tribunal and judge.
WFW expands Asia Pacific Hotels & Hospitality practice with Sydney Special Counsel hire1 August 2022
Greg has extensive experience in a broad variety of real estate and corporate work for clients in the hotels and hospitality sector.
Theresa specialises in contentious construction and works on complex, multi-party litigation and adjudication for both domestic and international clients investing and developing in the UK.
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.
In an important decision, the Court of Appeal overturned a High Court judgment that had restricted the use of a quicker and cheaper means of resolving construction disputes.
In an important decision, the UK Court of Appeal has today overturned a High Court judgment that restricted the use of a quicker and cheaper means of resolving construction disputes.
The decision in Abbey Healthcare (Mill Hill) Limited v Simply Construct (UK) LLP, in which WFW’s construction team acted for Abbey, the successful appellant, will have significant implications for the construction and real estate industries as it confirms the benefits of adjudication as being more widely available.
WFW advised Vortex on all due diligence related matters, including real estate, employment, competition and tax matters.
This article explores recent changes to Spain’s e-mobility legislative framework as the government ramps up its promotion of the decarbonisation of the transport sector as part of the country’s energy transition between 2030 and 2050.
In Commercial Disputes Weekly we look at two landlord and tenant cases (on notices and the surrender of a sub-lease), a decision on security for costs against a trustee in bankruptcy and statutory interpretation where the provision was enacted following an EU directive.