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Reed Smith (Worldwide)
Essentially, this is an attempt to identify certain economic activities that qualify as ‘environmentally sustainable' in order encourage investment in those activities.
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...
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...
Digby Brown
This week is "Walk to School Week" and with the majority of schools back full time alongside the weather beginning to improve across Scotland now is a great opportunity to consider walking or cycling to school.
Moon Beever
If you are an air passenger whose flight has been cancelled or significantly delayed you have a legal right to compensation (and many of us will have been dealing with this issue in the last year)...
Preiskel & Co
The CAA has approved trial of beyond-visual-line-of-sight (BVLOS) drone flights.
Maples Group
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in some challenges to the legal regime in the aviation sector, according to Donna Ager, Head of Maples and Calder's European Aviation team at the Maples Group.
Digby Brown
Given the recent spell of bad weather and treacherous road conditions, we thought it might be useful to highlight some common misconceptions about what would be deemed to be negligent behaviour...
Digby Brown
With better weather (finally) on the horizon, our team of motorcycle solicitors know that many of you will be taking to the roads for the first time this year. As well as being aware...
Digby Brown
Last month a popular motorcycle dealer reported a spike in sales during the 2020 COVID-19 lockdown. There could be loads of reasons behind this.
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP
In a decision handed down at the end of April, the Commercial Court, in Wilmington Trust SP Services (Dublin) Ltd and others v Spicejet Ltd [2021]1.
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP
On 20 May 2021, the government published its white paper for the railways in Britain after an 18-month delay due to the pandemic – ‘Great British Railways: The Williams-Shapps Plan for Rail'...
Preiskel & Co
According to the Department for Transport, Automated Lane Keeping System (ALKS) technology could legally be defined as self-driving if:
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
Obtaining security for a party's claim on the one side or security for a party's costs on the other can be crucial remedies in times of a global pandemic where there may be issues with enforcement...
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
It is still remarkable when you board a flight, after trying to squeeze a few final minutes out of the airport WiFi connection, when you see that your aircraft has its own internet connection.
Leigh Day
Oliver Holland and Rachel Bonner discuss the judgment of the Court of Appeal in Hamida Begum (on behalf of MD Khalil Mollah) v Maran (UK) Limited.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
Reed Smith recently acted for a mortgagee client who successfully purchased a vessel at a judicial auction, following default by a borrower under a loan facility and the vessel's subsequent arrest.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
Under English law, charterers' obligation to pay hire as it falls due is absolute but the right to withdraw a vessel in case of default in charterers' obligation to pay does not arise automatically.
Reynolds Porter Chamberlain
Throughout history, railways have been a universal symbol across the world of prosperity and innovation.
Dixcart Group Limited
Malta has implemented an aircraft registration regime, structured in a manner to accommodate efficient registration of smaller aircrafts, in particular business jets.
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