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Zachry v Port of Houston Authority: Texas Supreme Court rules for contractor despite no-damages-for-delay clause
The Texas Supreme Court has issued a decision that could have a huge impact on the construction industry in Texas involving several high-profile issues.
The shocking news of recent airline disasters brings into sharp focus for employers the sometimes unforeseeable risks facing employees who frequently travel for work.
Finding a solution to the crisis is both a high economic and political priority, especially with congressional elections just four-and-a-half months away.
Three key cases in one day address the future contours of arbitration clauses in California: action steps for employers
The California Supreme Court has clarified the permissible scope of class action waivers in arbitration clauses in California.
The notion that the two-year limitation period provided by the Montreal Convention 1999 could be applicable to claims brought pursuant to EC Regulation 261/2004 by default has been ruled out.
The Court of Appeal has handed down judgment on the meaning of ‘extraordinary circumstances’ in the case of cancellation or delay arising out of technical faults.
This alert provides a preliminary assessment of the cybersecurity EO and observations that may be helpful in considering how new standards may affect your company.
On 15 January 2014, the new established Italian Transport Authority (ITA) — Autorità di Regolazione dei Trasporti — became operative.
The Court of Appeal has ruled in Virgin Atlantic Airways v Jet Airlines (India) & Zodiac Seats UK and others that the English courts cannot go behind the EPO’s decision to grant a European patent.
DLA Piper has been instructed to act on a number of cases for a non-EU carrier that test the scope of EC Regulation 261/2004 in respect of missed flight connections outside the EU.
A recent decision by the English Commercial Court confirms that matters of fact and evaluation of evidence are for the arbitrators.
Commercial negotiations for airport services in the UK spark reconsideration of airport market power: how does Australia compare?
The outcome of the CAA’s consultation regarding Stansted airport may provide insight for the question of whether further regulation of Australian capital city airports is required.
Recent legislative activity illustrates how governor Chris Christie is striking the balance between making New Jersey business-friendly and protecting the state’s employees.
Since 2002, airports and airlines have negotiated the terms and conditions of use of aeronautical services without any regulatory intervention or oversight.
Mexico’s minister of communications and transportation has announced a new investment programme for transportation and telecommunication for 2013–18.
This paper sets out the key differences between the various forms of security commonly used in the Asia- Pacific market.
Changes to Munitions List, Commerce Control List go into effect in October, and more change is in the works — are you ready?
The US has issued final rules detailing changes to the classification of certain aircraft and gas turbine engines under Categories VIII and XIX, respectively, of the Munitions List.
On Friday the High Court handed down its decision in relation to the long running access dispute between Fortescue Metals and BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto over access to BHP Billiton’s and Rio Tinto’s iron ore railways in the Pilbara.
A recent Court of Appeal judgment has been welcomed by many participants in the aircraft leasing industry.
EU Regulation 261/2004 (Regulation) affords air passengers a right to compensation and assistance in certain circumstances in the event of flight delay, cancellation or denied boarding.