UK Supreme Court holds that pre-notice of abandonment costs to be taken into account in determining whether a vessel is a constructive total loss
We have a profound legal, commercial and technical understanding of the regulatory frameworks in our core sectors.
We advise our clients on how to comply with regulation, especially in the Energy and Transport sectors, and regularly advise on complex matters where sector regulation intersects with EU competition law, for example in merger control, anti-trust and State Aid.
Across the energy sector, we advise on matters such as EU law requirements relating to grid assets, connections and usage, energy supply and trading (including PPAs), energy production (renewable and conventional energies) and environmental and planning issues. Foreign investment law advice is increasingly featuring in relation to energy and infrastructure projects.
In transport, our work includes advising on licensing, IATA and EU slot rules, the EU Emissions Trading Scheme, and the EU Port Services Regulation.
We regularly apply our deep understanding of relevant regulatory frameworks to matters across a broad range of industries ranging from utilities and telecommunications to healthcare and education, advising on EU and national data protection law, including compliance audits, privacy policies and transfer of data across borders; EU and US trade sanctions; implications of Brexit on tariffs and non-tariff barriers between the UK and the EU.
ERG is one of the leading energy groups in Italy, listed on the Milan Stock Exchange and active in the production and marketing of electricity from four main sources: wind, solar, hydro and natural gas.
African aviation has struggled with its big idea: “liberalisation”, an idea which means extending the right of airlines to fly from one country to another, continent-wide, and lessening the restrictions they face.