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The article provides an overview of the new German Buildings Energy Act and how it will impact municipal heating planning.
This article discusses what you need to know about the Corporate Transparency Act, effective January 1, 2024.
WFW advises The Wolseley Hospitality Group on construction of two new London restaurants 13 July 2023
The Wolseley City is due to open in the autumn in London’s financial district.
This edition of Commercial Disputes Weekly considers two examples of how not to approach settlement of a dispute, a demonstration of when a worldwide freezing order may be varied and the English courts’ ongoing efforts to deal with the significant number of post lockdown insurance cases.
This edition of Commercial Disputes Weekly considers a UK Supreme Court decision on claims under the CMR convention, an attempt by a freeholder to thwart its tenants, the court’s approach to an allegation that a judgment was obtained by fraud and the interpretation of a contractual cap on liability.
The Court of Appeal has been busy recently with landlord and tenant disputes and we cover two such decisions in this edition of Commercial Disputes Weekly, together with a decision on the relevance of internal hedging of an oil sale contract to a delay damages claim and another don insurance of business interruption losses arising from the pandemic.
In this edition of Commercial Disputes Weekly, we consider the common themes of legislative interpretation, both UK domestic and international, and jurisdictional challenges in arbitration.
In this edition of Commercial Disputes Weekly, we discuss a Court of Appeal decision on a novel issue as to the status of a bill of lading in the hands of a charterer, as well as judgments on interpretation of a covenant not to build, the applicable law for an interest claim and a case that will not get its day in the Supreme Court.
WFW has promoted eleven lawyers to the firm’s partnership for 2023.