In an article for PM Forum, Director of Client & Strategic Development Rippan Vig explores the importance of emotional intelligence in being successful in today’s professional services environments.
This article explains how the new UK Job Support Scheme (including the most recent updates) coming into force on 1 November 2020 will enable businesses to retain employees on shorter hours.
This article discusses Greece’s new insolvency law.
In the sixth of a seven-part series on the application of US sanctions to the shipping community, this article explores conflicts of laws resulting from the EU Blocking Statute and US antiboycott law.
Partner Andrew Hutcheon and Associate George Garthwaite have written an article for Law 360 exploring the world’s leading crude oil benchmark, Brent.
Bliss for shipowners! Damages may be claimed in addition to demurrage for voyage charterparty delay27 October 2020
This article discusses a significant recent decision by the English Commercial Court which answers a much-debated question for owners.
IPR is a leading private E&P operator in Egypt with nine concessions and a strong track record of enhancing the recovery of mature producing oil and gas fields.
In this week’s Commercial Disputes Weekly, find out the latest on amendments to costs budgets, when a party can be joined to existing proceedings, and why the Court of Appeal described an application as being “redolent with illegitimate collateral purposes, subterfuge and manifest unfairness”.
WFW has topped inspiratia’s global renewables rankings by deal count for the seventh consecutive quarter. It also leads this quarter’s transaction volume table.
The project will include the development of a carbon measurement tool, enabling the industry to measure and understand waste and carbon impacts, with the aim of eliminating the negative environmental effects of production and working towards a carbon neutral future.