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Clyde & Co
In this article, we will address the most recent European case law on the legal liability and the right to compensation - regulated by the Montreal Convention ...
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Leigh Day
Fires particularly in hybrid models have hit the headlines as it has become clear that battery packs situated close to fuel tanks present a serious risk.
Leigh Day
It is a question that a lot of my non-cycling family and friends ask me. Indeed, even I have thought of hills as something to dread on the bicycle rather than to enjoy.
Leigh Day
In November 2015, the cyclist, Albert, was cycling to work when a driver crossed on to the wrong side of the road and hit him head on.
Clyde & Co
As the transport and logistics industry takes its first steps towards returning to normal following the coronavirus pandemic, in our September motor crime update we look at the key developments over the last month ...
Quadrant Chambers
A voyage charterer fails to discharge a cargo within the time allowed.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
It is no surprise that progress towards urban air aviation is continuing despite the current pandemic.
Clyde & Co
The second article in our 'Aviation - a brighter tomorrow' series focuses on the need for airlines and operators to improve the passenger experience as air travel resumes after Covid-19.
Clyde & Co
The Government has announced a consultation to review the Highway Code. This partial review proposes changes to better protect vulnerable road-users such as cyclists, equestrians and pedestrians.
Leigh Day
Stevenage is famed for its cycle paths and infrastructure built around the vision of Eric Claxton the engineer for the planning of the new town from 1946, and its Chief engineer between 1963 and...
Quadrant Chambers
The question of law on this appeal was whether the term in a bareboat charterparty obliging charterers to "keep the vessel with unexpired classification of the class indicated in Box 10 and with other required certificates ...
Quadrant Chambers
Who can limit their liabilities under the Limitation Convention 1976? Shipowners and salvors. What is a "shipowner"? The owner, charterer, manager or operator of a ship.
Quadrant Chambers
Demurrage time-bar clauses often cause problems for unsuspecting shipowners who have otherwise valid demurrage claims.
Leigh Day
A widow whose husband was killed while dismantling a large vessel in a shipbreaking yard on the beaches of Bangladesh can press ahead with her claim against the UK-based shipping company...
Quadrant Chambers
Mr Justice Butcher handed down judgment today in The Gravity Highway and The Maritime Maisie [2020] EWHC 1697 (Comm).
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Clyde & Co
We are pleased to launch 'Aviation – a brighter tomorrow', a series of articles on the future of the aviation industry.
Clyde & Co
To mark the publication of these two key advisory notes, and the update earlier this year of the standard BIMCO sanctions clauses for charterparties,
Clyde & Co
Its diversity reflects the unparalleled Additional Information breadth that we can offer in terms of aviation knowledge and experience, both geographically and in practice area.
Clyde & Co
As the airline and the OEMs assess the unique challenges of the post-COVID landscape, might the struggle provide the impetus for lasting change?
Volterra Fietta
On 6 January 2020, the Council of Arab and African States Bordering the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden (the "Council") was created as a mechanism for improving the security of regional waterways
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