In this article we discuss a recent UK TCC case in which the court considered an application to strike out parts of a cladding claim on the grounds that they were insufficiently particularised.
The Marshall Islands and the Solomon Islands have recently proposed that the International Maritime Organization (“IMO”) impose a levy on carbon emissions by ships.
Drawing on a series of in-depth interviews and a global survey of 545 senior industry leaders, our report examines the shipping world’s views on sustainability and governance and what actions it is taking as result.
Solange Leandro joins from Stream (formerly Ince & Co.). She specialises in EU/UK competition and GDPR matters, predominantly in the maritime, aviation and oil and gas sectors.
The UAE Government has recently made significant changes to the country’s Commercial Companies Law. This article explores the key amendments to the CCL contained in the recently passed Federal Decree Law No. 26 of 2020.
In this article we discuss a recent decision of the TCC which provided useful guidance on the meaning of “design life” in construction contracts.
The team, who all previously worked at Macchi di Cellere Gangemi, will enhance the firm’s regulatory and administrative litigation expertise in the natural gas, electricity, water and waste sectors.
This article offers a brief overview of the Royal Decree in relation to the next auctions in the renewable sector in Spain.
This article explores the risk of personal liability for managing directors in connection with insolvency filing obligations during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic in Germany.
This article discusses new guidelines for the enforcement of obligations relating to the IHM requirement of the EU Ship Recycling Regulation for vessels operating in EU waters following concerns that the impact of Covid-19 will mean that many shipowners will not be able to comply by the 31 December 2020 deadline.