The loan is secured over three large container ships operated by Maersk A/S, a subsidiary of AP Moller Maersk.
The firm has won the ‘Restructuring Deal of the Year 2019’ award for its advice to Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA regarding the restructuring of NAS’ €250m Norwegian bond transaction.
This article examines a recent case in which the Commercial Court confirmed that English rules on legal professional privilege extend to protect communications with in-house lawyers irrespective of their location or country of qualification.
In the fifth of a seven-part series on the application of US sanctions to the shipping community, this article explores US sanctions on Russia/Ukraine.
WFW advised on matters of Marshall Islands, Liberian, Thai and maritime law and also, through our formal law alliance in Singapore with Wong Tan & Molly Lim LLC, Singapore law.
In this week’s Commercial Disputes Weekly, discover the final word from the Supreme Court on the law applicable to arbitration agreements, as well as how the rule on reflective loss is being applied and what happened in a case where WFW acted for the successful claimant lenders when allegations of undue influence were made.
Over a series of eight 60-minute webinars, our WFW partners from across Europe, Asia, the Middle East and USA, will be joined by guest speakers from the leading global banks, financial advisors and private equity firms, to discuss a wide range of topics pertinent to the transport industry.
This article examines the decision in Premier Engineering (Lincoln) Ltd v MW High Tech Projects UK Ltd arising out of the dispute-laden development of an energy-from-waste plant in Hull.
We will examine private equity opportunities in aviation in this episode.
This episode of our Transport Webinar Series is on alternative assets in aviation.