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By Mark Brookes, Angharad Reynold, Alan Kells
In dismissing an appeal against sentence by a public sector body the Court of Appeal recently gave further insight into their view and application of the Definitive Guideline for sentencing Health and Safety matters.
By Alfred Thornton, Saud Alsaab
By Warren Hiepner, Ina Iyer
A recent decision of the Supreme Court of Appeal of South Africa will be of particular interest to liability insurers who insure spread of fire risks.
By Mun Yeow
The Hong Kong Legislative Council has passed amendments to the Arbitration Ordinance to permit third party funding of arbitration in Hong Kong.
By Jai Sharma
Update – we understand a salvage contract has been signed between Owners and Nippon Salvage.
By Graeme Watson
In ABC v St George's Healthcare NHS Trust and Others, the Court of Appeal found that it was fair, just and reasonable to impose a duty of care on a doctor to inform a patient's daughter...
By David Salt, Lee Keane, Laura Warren, Joycia Young, Rebecca Ford, Sara Khoja, Emma Higham, Patrick Murphy, Alfred Thornton, Roger Phillips, Christopher Jobson, Nejat Tahsin
The decisions by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain and Egypt on Monday 5 June 2017 to break off diplomatic relations with Qatar, and implement a...
By Frédéric Pagé
Mercredi dernier, le gouvernement canadien sonnait le glas de l'entrée en vigueur des dispositions 47 à 51 et 55 de la Loi canadienne anti-pourriel.
By Marko Kraljevic, Hatty Sumption
The legal landscape for oil traders continues to present significant challenges for the unwary.
By Michael Cripps, Xiaolin Lin
On 5 June 2017 the China Insurance Regulatory Commission (CIRC) published its 'Notice Requiring the Launching of Internal Review Work in Respect of Solvency Data Integrity' (the Notice).
By Michael Cripps, Xiaolin Lin
By Prakash Pillai, Junxiang Koh
Globalisation has been described as an evolving set of consequences – some good, some bad and some unintended. In this regard, when companies go global, insolvency is perhaps the furthest...
By Gerald Yee
In May 2017, the Prime Minister of Malaysia, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak announced that from 1 June 2017, Sabah, Sarawak and Labuan will be exempt from cabotage laws insofar as the carriage...
By Jai Sharma
We have received reports that the " UNIVERSAL DURBAN ", a built flying the Maltese flag, has grounded. It has recently refloated and General Average has been declared. Schoutens are the GA Adjusters.
By Lee Bacon
The advancement of blockchain technology as a decentralised database, with the ability to store a public registry of assets and transactions across a shared, trusted, peer-to-peer network...
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