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By Tenda Msinjili, Imani Mselle
In this month's briefing we highlight investments in Government securities by Tanzanian residents and the restrictions imposed under Tanzanian law on East African Community
By Peter Hirst, Mun Yeow
China's Belt & Road Initiative (BRI), now heading into its 7th year, is a hugely ambitious undertaking by China and participating nations.
By Clyde & Co LLP
Judge decides which law governs contribution claim against German Part 20 defendant
By Clyde & Co LLP
Judge decides costs can be awarded in foreign currency and considers witness evidence issue
By Clyde & Co LLP
Scottish court finds insurer had not waived disclosure under the Insurance Act 2015
By Clyde & Co LLP
The decision of the Supreme Court in Cameron was positively received by insurers, as it confirmed that claimants cannot bring proceedings against an unnamed driver.
By Nick Austin
The Commercial Court recently handed down a significant judgment on the interpretation of Clause 28 of the Sugar Charter Party 1999 and the effect of "government interference" on the running of laytime.
By Graeme Watson, Chris Dunn
The GMC have announced procedural changes in a bid to reduce the number of investigations into single clinical incidents. After a two-year pilot study,
By Michael Cripps, Xiaolin Lin
On 5th may 2019, the China Banking & Regulatory Commission (CBIRC) published a discussion paper seeking comment on proposed draft regulations ‘Regulations Concerning Strengthening of Consumer Complaint Handling...
By Neil Beresford, Daniel Kassing
Environmental regulation is changing at an exponential rate. Around the world there has been a significant strengthening of regulation, consisting not only of tighter new rules
By Eurof Lloyd-Lewis, Emma Skakle
The Commercial Court dismissed a shipowners' claim for hire exceeding USD 4.5 million in respect of a period of seven months during which their vessel "The ELENI P"
By Henning Schaloske, Christina Thiele
After September 11th 2001, German insurers excluded terrorism risks from the standard insurance coverage in particular under property insurances as well as under business interruption insurances.
By Michael Tooma, Gabi Cohen
Terrorist attacks at large public gatherings and vehicular terrorism appear to be on the constant rise across the globe, as recently as November 2018 in Melbourne.
By Nigel Brook, Mark Hemsted
There have been a number of high-profile terrorist attacks around Europe in recent years and the UK has been the victim of several of these events, which have included the Manchester, London Bridge and Westminster attacks.
By Mark Hemsted
The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has launched a consultation into the "Future Provision of Medical Reports in Road Traffic Accident related personal injury claims".
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