Our German Regulatory team publish a monthly newsletter offering insights into changes and challenges within the public sector in Germany.
The Contract or the Seat? Final word from the Supreme Court on the Proper Law of Arbitration Agreements14 December 2020
The UK Supreme Court has handed down a significant decision on the proper law governing arbitration agreements which “courts and commentators have been grappling with for many years”.
Key considerations when dealing with the divestment of property interests on OFTO transactions11 December 2020
In the third of our nine-part series on the OFTO Regime, this article explores issues arising from the acquisition and divestment of property interests for OFTO transactions.
Clarity in Return for Cash Flow: Interim Applications for Payment in Construction Contracts10 December 2020
This article examines the recent TCC decision in which the court reaffirmed that to be valid, payment applications submitted by contractors must strictly comply with contractual requirements.
Andrew Hutcheon, Associate George Garthwaite and Trainee Sarika Parmar have written a feature article on the future of crude markets for energy sector magazine Energy, Oil & Gas.
Daniel Pilarski was recently interviewed by bi-monthly trade publication Container Management as part of its in-depth exploration of sanctions in Latin America.
Many of the cases in this week’s Commercial Disputes Weekly share a common theme – the importance of the principle of finality. Look out for decisions on enforcement of foreign judgments, the knowledge requirements for contempt and the approach to summary assessment of costs.
In this article, we discuss the development of an LNG to Power market in Vietnam and highlight a number of key legal, structuring and risk issues to be aware of.
This article explores recent regulatory amendments made by the German Parliament for the faster expansion of offshore wind energy, including a significant increase in the expansion target to 20 GW by 2030.
In the second of our OFTO series, this article details the UK Government’s ambitious net zero carbon emissions target and how Great Britain’s OFTO regime must change to enable delivery at the scale required to meet these targets.