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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 ...
UK
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.
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.
Mayer Brown
On 29 July 2020 the UK Government announced the launch of its public consultation on regulations implementing the Space Industry Act 2018 (SIA 2018).
Clyde & Co
The development of drone technology is beginning to touch on a wide range of industries, sectors and aspects of life.
Quadrant Chambers
It has now been confirmed by the AAIB that the flight was itself an illegal operation.
Quadrant Chambers
Airlines have been particularly hard hit by Covid-19.
Quadrant Chambers
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to wreak unprecedented havoc in the aviation industry, affected commercial parties will increasingly be looking for escape routes from onerous contractual obligations.
Quadrant Chambers
On 27 February, the Commercial Court's Judgment in Nas Air Co v Genesis Aviation Trading 3 Ltd was handed down.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
Developments in environmental regulation for the aviation industry have gathered momentum over the last year, notwithstanding the challenges arising from the pandemic and the related groundings.
Ocorian
Director, Conor Blake draws on discussion from our recent aviation finance webinar to highlight that, despite evident distress in the aviation market...
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
The landscape of environmental regulation is changing for aviation operators, due to a powerful combination of global pressures to reduce emissions for one of the transportation sectors with the...
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
Presumably everyone is tired of hearing about COVID-19.
Mayer Brown
In a byline article, Rachael O'Grady considers the importance of international cooperation if a lasting legal framework governing activity in outer-space is to be agreed.
MFB Solicitors
This Q&A, updated from an article first published in July 2019, provides a compact briefing on the important contractual issues.
Clyde & Co
After the outbreak of COVID-19 in our lives, we all have to adapt at a dizzying speed to the new normal and, as we will see, tourism is one of the sectors that has to undertake more measures to do so.
Worldwide
Clyde & Co
We are pleased to launch 'Aviation – a brighter tomorrow', a series of articles on the future of the aviation industry.
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?
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