This article outlines the rights of Contractors under UNCLOS, discusses the role of customary international law and highlights important considerations Contractors should keep in mind as negotiations at the International Seabed Authority progress.
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This article looks at the Securities and Exchange Commission’s proposed changes to the rules governing beneficial ownership reporting under Section 13(d) and 13(g) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.
This edition of Commercial Disputes Weekly considers three cases looking at different issues of jurisdiction and a further case that highlights the importance of contractual clarity as to when obligations terminate.