21 May 2018
What are the new significant reforms intended to bring the Greek renewable energy sector in line with the EU Target Model?
11 May 2018
What are the international and EU laws that govern the transboundary movement of waste and the end-of-life scrapping of ships and what is the potential impact of Brexit on the UK’s international obligations in these areas?
11 May 2018
A concern of ship mortgagees, when enforcing their security by way of arrest and sale, is to ensure that the court does not sell the mortgaged ship for a low ‘forced sale’ price. The English Admiralty Court recently did so in making an order for sale in the case of The Sertão.
9 May 2018
Joshua Sohn has been quoted in an article featured by reNEWS, looking at the contracting risk facing developers of US offshore wind farms, and the lessons they are learning from the European sector.
3 May 2018
Tonnage Tax has turned 18 years old. Whilst most people connected to shipping have heard of it and how it works is not always clear to everyone who comes across it. This Briefing provides a short insight into the basics of UK tonnage tax.
30 April 2018
Thailand’s inaugural residential tenant protection laws came into force on 1 May 2018. How do they challenge the luxury condominium sector?