In the first of a seven-part series on the application of US sanctions to the shipping community, this article provides a general overview of said sanctions.
WFW advises Wilmington Trust on landmark scheme of arrangement for US$6bn NAC debt restructuring programme
The scheme gives legal sanction to an agreement between NAC and its creditors that grants security over 236 aircraft, held by Wilmington Trust in its capacity as security trustee.
In this article we consider the current decline in energy demand and its resultant impact on wholesale power prices, and the potential role for corporate and synthetic PPAs as well as proxy revenue swaps in the market.
Richard specialises in advising lenders, borrowers and other key market participants on a wide range of financing transactions.
US persons, including corporations, who own or control more than 10% of a foreign entity must make a filing with the United States Bureau of Economic Analysis.
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 comments on the UK Government’s proposals for wider insolvency reform and compares them to two proposals from the insolvency profession.
Airlines across the globe are fighting for their survival in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis. In our new report, we examine the challenges to the aviation industry and consider the options available, including repossession, restructuring and State Aid.
Our authors explore the UK Government’s planned suspension of directors’ personal liability for wrongful trading rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This article examines whether the impact of COVID-19 pandemic may constitute a force majeure event under Greek law perspective and if so, how it may affect the performance of contractual obligations in the Greek jurisdiction