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Clyde & Co
Airlines are offering the reimbursement of tickets that cannot be used due to COVID19 in the form of future travel vouchers. However, passengers, who will continue to fly after this pandemic...
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Keystone Law
The worldwide economy continues to assess and react to the new financial landscape resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. We know that there remain many questions unanswered and new ones posed each and every day.
Ocorian
Director, Conor Blake draws on discussion from our recent aviation finance webinar to highlight that, despite evident distress in the aviation market...
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
The landscape of environmental regulation is changing for aviation operators, due to a powerful combination of global pressures to reduce emissions for one of the transportation sectors with the...
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
Presumably everyone is tired of hearing about COVID-19.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
In these unprecedented times of global shutdown, the shipping industry has been forced to move rapidly into the digital age. Vessels still require their statutory surveys and the clock does not stop...
Mayer Brown
In a byline article, Rachael O'Grady considers the importance of international cooperation if a lasting legal framework governing activity in outer-space is to be agreed.
Clyde & Co
The use of e-scooters is becoming increasingly more popular, particularly in busy cities; with more than 100 hire schemes in operation worldwide.
MFB Solicitors
This Q&A, updated from an article first published in July 2019, provides a compact briefing on the important contractual issues.
Clyde & Co
In a case concerning a motorbike accident at an off-road event, the High Court found that the Claimant caused the incident through erroneous navigation rather than by hitting an unseen...
Clyde & Co
After the outbreak of COVID-19 in our lives, we all have to adapt at a dizzying speed to the new normal and, as we will see, tourism is one of the sectors that has to undertake more measures to do so.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
Charterers successfully appealed an arbitration award under section 69 Arbitration Act 1996 on the basis that Owners did not submit all supporting documents for a demurrage claim...
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
In an alert last year, we looked at payment obligations under English law and how payment instruments commonly referred to as ‘guarantees' may be misleading.
Ocorian
As airlines struggle with their revenues and cashflows as a result of the travel slump brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic, Director, Conor Blake examines the impact on aircraft leasing activity...
Clyde & Co
In the first article of our three-part series, we examined the Poseidon Principles. In this second article, we consider the implementation of these Principles.
Clyde & Co
s the Department for Transport publishes its much-anticipated stocktake of smart motorways, including an action plan on how to improve their safety, we consider whether the recommendations address the key criticisms of these controversial roads.
BCL Solicitors LLP
BCL's Daniel Jackson discusses the law regarding careless driving and the recent Court of Appeal judgment in Jones v Crown Prosecution Service & Anor [2019] EWHC 2826 (Admin).
Hogan Lovells
Since its discovery in December 2019, the novel coronavirus that causes the disease COVID-19 has disrupted global ...
Clyde & Co
The cruise industry has been significantly affected by the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Here we discuss the impact to the cruise industry so far and the impact it may have in the future.
Clyde & Co
This case was an appeal from a London arbitration award relating to loss and/or damage to a cargo of 63,366.15 metric tons of Brazilian soya beans shipped from Brazil to the People's Republic of China
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