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BCL Solicitors LLP
Belarus' recent actions demonstrate how not to seek an arrest, as well as how to invite international sanctions, as John Binns and Suzanne Gallagher explain.
Gatehouse Chambers
A lasting impact of the pandemic appears to be the shift in travel behaviour towards increased use of e-scooters and bicycles, powered or non-powered.
Successfully shifting from fossil fuels to full electrification is a challenging enough objective for the automotive industry to wrestle with during the decade ahead.
Winckworth Sherwood
With extreme climate events becoming more frequent, there is a growing sense that urgent action is needed to combat the climate crisis.
Hill Dickinson
This article updates our previous insight article of 15 December 2020 relating to the EU Emissions Trading Scheme with commentary on the proposals brought forward by the EU on 14 July 2021.
Hill Dickinson
It would be fair to say that the decision of the High Court in 2019 (upheld by the Court of Appeal in 2020) in the "CMA CGM LIBRA" divided opinion across the shipping industry...
Hill Dickinson
Welcome to this month's edition of our shipping case digest, providing you with concise and useful summaries of recent legal decisions in the shipping market.
Digby Brown
The recent spell of hot weather has brought with it longer, lighter summer nights. It has also brought with it more opportunities to get out there and finally rack up some miles on your motorbike.
Quadrant Chambers
We welcome you to what is now the third edition of Quadrant on Shipping.
In the first article of this three-part series we looked at the future of personal transport. In this second piece, we turn to consider mass public transport and how it could play a significant part in the future of commuting.
Osterwald Rathbone & Partners
There are several types of ships that transport hydrocarbons. One of the largest is the Very Large Crude Carrier (VLCC), which is usually about 330 metres in length and carries between 200...
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP
The UK Government launched its Transport Decarbonisation Plan – A Better, Greener Britain on 14 July 2021.
Shoosmiths latest SAMBA aviation webinar on 20 May attracted around 50 delegates to listen to our panel guests share their views on how recent events, including COVID, Brexit and climate change,...
Digby Brown
The days are getting longer and warmer which means it is an ideal opportunity to spend more time out on our bikes (even if there is some Scottish rain to go with it).
Digby Brown
As weather conditions improve and more people are cycling, we wanted to outline what cyclists should remember when out on the road.
Digby Brown
A menace to society or helping save the environment? A fun toy or an illegal and dangerous mode of transport?
Russell-Cooke Solicitors
"We have lived in the same area for 30 years. In the past 12 months low-flying planes landing on a private air field owned by a local lord has blighted our lives.
Quadrant Chambers
This decision considers the effect of an in rem judgment in subsequent in personam proceedings.
Shakespeare Martineau
The drive to decarbonise is now at the top of the political agenda in many countries around the world and the transport sector, which is responsible for a substantial proportion of emissions...
Dixcart Group Limited
Since joining the EU in 2004, Malta has been modernising its economy.
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