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This article outlines the extent of EU sanctions targeted against Russia, Crimea and Sevastapol and provides some general guidance to TMT companies doing business in Russia.
European Commission proposes reforms to merger control regime; how will this affect the aviation sector?
The European Commission has produced a white paper setting out proposals to improve and extend European Union merger control.
The potential impact of Ebola is of interest to all corporations with a presence in Africa, and in particular to those with projects, assets and personnel in the countries affected.
On 6 August, the Union Cabinet of India approved 100 per cent foreign direct investment in railway infrastructure.
On 31 July 2014, the Council of the European Union adopted Regulation (EU) No 833/2014, which implements Council Decision 2014/512/CFSP of 31 July 2014.
Transport legal update: Griffon Shipping LLC v Firodi Shipping Ltd (The Griffon)  EWHC 593 (Comm)
In Griffon Shipping LLC v Firodi Shipping Ltd (The Griffon), Teare J considered where a buyer fails to pay the deposit under a memorandum of agreement.
Eversheds’ Alison Oldfield has commented on the proposal made by northern cities to chancellor George Osborne surrounding £15bn of transport improvements.
It is 10 years since the EU Directive 261/2004 was implemented in the UK. The directive was aimed at giving aviation passengers further rights of compensation.
This briefing considers whether there may be a risk that the decisions of port authorities could be challenged by judicial review proceedings.
Following the downing of MH17, the EU has bolstered its stance against Russia and has increased sanctions on the state. However, tougher sanctions are being called for.
Eversheds has advised the Department for Transport on the new Essex Thameside franchise, which has been awarded to the current operator c2c.
Eversheds has announced its results for the 2013–14 financial year, confirming a two per cent year-on-year increase in top-line revenue.
Eversheds has announced it will be hosting the 6th Annual UK Ports Conference, which will discuss the challenges facing port owners and operators.
Eversheds has advised the DfT on the new Thameslink, Southern and Great Northern franchise, which has been awarded to Govia Thameslink Railway.
Eversheds has advised the sellers of Dutch aircraft fleet management company AerData Group on their sale of the group to Boeing.
Robin Johnson, head of diversified industrials at Eversheds, has commented on the CBI Industrial Trends figures for May.
Jonathan Brook has joined Eversheds as a partner in the law firm’s London litigation team.
Ofcom has consulted on regulations that would permit the use of 3G and 4G technologies on aircraft.
Eversheds has announced new senior office partner roles for the firm’s London, Newcastle, Nottingham and Cardiff offices. The changes will take effect as of 1 May 2014.
Eversheds has signed an agreement with CWA Morocco to partner in the country, establishing two new offices in Casablanca and Tangier.