In this article we summarise the CII framework, explain where this fits in the wider IMO decarbonisation agenda and ask whether CII can really work and survive in its current form.
In this article, Sarah Ellington and Philippa Beasley examine some of the main criticisms of net zero claims made in recent reports by advocacy organisations.
Partner Sumeet Malhotra is delighted to invite you to our latest Dispute Resolution webinar, during which he will give advice on the characterisation of so called “circular” or “structured” commodity trades, and discuss judgments which have provided clarification on the same.
In this Commercial Disputes Weekly we examine whether an arbitration agreement can exist when no binding contract was concluded. We also consider a post-Brexit anti-suit injunction, the duty of care under a yacht delivery contract and when a landlord can obtain dispensation from notice requirements.
In this article, we examine the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) – the world’s premier forum for resolving sporting disputes.
WFW Dubai named Litigation and Dispute Resolution Team of the Year at The Oath Legal Awards 202225 November 2022
The Oath Middle East Legal Awards recognises legal teams who are a cut above the rest and are revolutionising the region.
The second in a two-part series looking into decarbonising the construction sector.
Our latest Commercial Disputes Weekly covers a decision of the Admiralty Court that apportions collision liability between three vessels, another attempt to stay enforcement of an adjudication decision pending a challenge, together with guidance on court procedure for Brexit transition claims and documents requiring service in Ukraine.
LISI’s Impact Term Sheet will be formally launched in a hybrid event on 24 November 2022.
The webinar comprises three bitesize updates bringing you up to date on the key legal developments and informed analysis from the past year.