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Is The Car Industry Set For Growth With Goods Mortgages?
Finance has long played an important part in driving vehicles out of the showroom and onto the tarmac.
UK
16 Oct 2017
2
A Client Asked Us: Aircraft Financing — The Mandatory Declaration Under The Cape Town Convention And Its Impact On Secured Creditors
We heard that a Contacting State can and shall make declarations with respect to certain articles of the Cape Town Convention at the time of ratification...
Canada
5 Oct 2017
3
Canadian Competition Bureau Concludes Extensive Investigations Of Three Northern Canadian Airlines, Determines No Further Action Warranted
As part of its investigations, the Bureau obtained evidence and information from the targeted companies, competitors, customers and various levels of government...
Canada
2 Oct 2017
4
Automated Vehicles – Disrupting The Traditional City
In 1894, the Times of London sounded the alarm about the great urban crisis of the day, predicting that "… in 50 years, every street in London will be buried under nine feet of manure."
Canada
27 Sep 2017
5
Driverless Vehicles: A Hacker's Delight?
Our latest white paper, Connected and Autonomous Vehicles: a hacker's delight?
UK
18 Sep 2017
6
Battery Technologies - The Way Forward
News that the UK has pledged to ban the sale of petrol and diesel cars by 2040 has put a feather in the cap of the electric car industry on the back of claims that charging cars and vans...
UK
12 Sep 2017
7
Where Does The Aviation, Aerospace And Defence Sector Stand 15 Months After Brexit?
Our AAD legal experts take a look at how the industry has been affected in the last 15 months or so, and take a look at what the future holds if the British pound continues its instability.
UK
29 Aug 2017
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Electric Vehicle Market Sparks Into Life As Ice Age Comes To End?
It seems that electric vehicles (EVs) are finally coming of age as barriers to take up start to fall, costs decline, and range and performance improves.
UK
16 Aug 2017
9
All About Service In The Aviation Sector
Contracting parties will often choose the governing law and jurisdiction that will apply to claims that may arise under the contract.
UK
24 Jul 2017
10
The Most Investible Brands In The Driverless Market
As the anticipation around the driverless vehicle market starts revving up, more and more investors are looking for a way to participate in this growth.
UK
20 Jul 2017
11
Jaguar Land Rover To Embark On Huge Recruitment Drive
Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is drawing up plans to hire an extra 5,000 engineers and technical staff in the next 12 months.
UK
28 Jun 2017
12
Making Autonomous Vehicles A Reality - And Positioning The UK As A Global Leader
As the new Government seeks to finalise its legislative programme for the Queen's Speech on Wednesday (which is now expected to cover a two year period)...
UK
28 Jun 2017
13
Aviation: Service Of Proceedings On A General Sales Agent Was Ineffective
If a foreign company does not provide an address for service of proceedings upon it, service is only permissible at a place within the jurisdiction where the company 'carries on its activities' or has...
UK
16 Jun 2017
14
Lotus Saved By Chinese Firm Geely
Lotus, famous for F1 success decades ago and James Bond's underwater Esprit - driven by the sadly departed Roger Moore - has been taken over by the Chinese firm Geely.
Worldwide
8 Jun 2017
15
Navigating The Moral Maze Of Driverless Vehicles: Safety, Risks And Regulation
Driverless vehicles continue to raise difficult legal and moral questions around safety. What are the regulatory implications for this fast-paced industry?
Worldwide
5 May 2017
16
The House Of Lords Looks To Accelerate Driverless Opportunities For The UK
A report released today by The House of Lords Science and Technology Committee has warned that the UK risks missing out on the benefits of driverless vehicles unless urgent government action is taken.
UK
27 Mar 2017
17
Driverless Vehicles And The Moral Algorithm
Stuart Young refers to some detailed research and the reality behind driverless vehicles and looks at ways of regulating moral programming in order to move forward in this area.
UK
23 Mar 2017
18
Brexit - The Cars Dilemma
Professor David Bailey considers what ‘Brexit' means for the UK's car industry.
UK
17 Jan 2017
19
What Brexit Means For Aerospace And Defence
Latest industry figures reveal the significant contribution the aerospace and defence sector is making to UK productivity levels, with aircraft producers on track for a record-breaking year.
Canada
16 Jan 2017
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What Brexit Means For Automotive
However, our research shows most are adopting a 'wait and see' approach, with the overwhelming majority making no changes to their investment strategy.
Worldwide
16 Jan 2017
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