After a short break Commercial Disputes Weekly is back with decisions on demurrage, bribery, dispute resolution procedures and the importance of compliance with adjudication notice requirements.
Read the seventieth edition of our weekly update of Italian labour law.
Dev Desai and Alexander Mulroney consider whether a freeholder’s litigation costs from challenging neighbouring development plans can be recovered from its leaseholders through the service charge.
HCOB is a private German commercial bank, focusing on shipping, real estate, renewable energy and infrastructure
The financing will enable the development of multiple large-scale renewable energy and storage projects.
The TAR upheld CVA Energie’s and C.U.RA’s appeals.
The projects will help Italy achieve its target of installing around 6-7 GW of renewable energy capacity annually by 2030.
WFW advises Hova Hospitality on €70m sale and leaseback of Club Med Gregolimano Greek resort30 August 2022
The high-end resort is currently being renovated as part of an extension and renovation project with an initial budget of €20m.
Read the sixty ninth edition of our weekly update of Italian labour law.
This article discusses the Balfour Beatty v Broadway Malyan decision which highlights the issues with obtaining early disclosure in construction project disputes.