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In this article, we look at an interesting decision from the English Commercial Court concerning the implication of terms into guarantees, which may raise alarm bells for some parties in the maritime sector.
In our latest Commercial Disputes Weekly, find out when the legal costs principle will apply in shareholder disputes, what happens if a buyer makes an invalid nomination under an FOB contract, and whether the court will grant an adjournment if counsel withdraw from the case.
This major investment in local health care infrastructure is thought to be currently one the highest volume hospital projects in northern Bavaria (Germany).
This article sets out some guidance for UK-listed companies looking to hold a shareholder meeting in 2021.
Ship-owning joint ventures are a common occurrence in today’s market. This article explores the “Steel Split”, a mechanism that is somewhat unique to maritime joint venture documents.
The pandemic has provided investors with a unique opportunity to forensically examine the operations of their assets whilst they are closed or limited in occupancy. How will this deeper understanding affect relationships, trading and supply?
In this article, we take a look at the high-level challenges of project financing LNG-to-power projects.
Finerge is Portugal’s second-largest renewable energy producer. It operates 53 wind parks and 16 photovoltaic plants across Portugal and Spain.
RPC is a pan-European renewable energy investment platform established in 2020 by Canadian Pension Plan Investment Board. This JV marks its entry into Spanish renewable energy market.
As the maritime sector increasingly turns its attention to environmental, social and corporate governance issues, our latest article explores seafarer welfare, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic, and how employers can promote the wellbeing of seafarers.