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It is widely expected that the trend of NHS hospitals seeking to establish or expand their private patient units offerings will continue.
The European Commission has launched a consultation on the functioning and future of the Insurance Block Exemption Regulation (IBER).
Last week the bound version of the Finance Act 2014 thudded onto my desk. Not an exciting publication and, for the uninitiated, about as satisfying to read as the London telephone directory (and perhaps a little less useful).
A FOSFA tribunal considered a claim by Saipol as FOB buyers for contamination of sunflower seed oil.
On 25 May 2014, the Myanmar Parliament (Pyidaungsu Hluttaw) published a Myanmar language draft of the highly anticipated Arbitration Bill.
In an LNG time charter based on Shelltime 4, a clause provided: ‘No acids, explosives or cargoes injurious to the vessel shall be shipped.’...
F, a party to a contract of affreightment that was expressly subject to English law, had an express right to terminate the contract on the insolvency of the other party, P.
The NIYAZI S collided with the STOLT KESTRAL near the port of Liverpool on 10 October 2010.
Cargo was shipped under a bill of lading for carriage from Belgium to the Yemen.
The parties entered into a voyage charter of the Falkonera, a VLCC, on BPVOY4 with amendments.
A vessel was chartered by NYK to Cargill for a time charter trip.
A trip time charter was entered into. The vessel was registered in Panama and managed by a company registered in Greece.
This briefing provides an comparison of the key provisions of the UK Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA) and the Singapore Personal Data Protection Act 2012 (PDPA).
In a recent case, the judge concluded that something had ‘gone wrong’ with the drafting and added the words ‘or similar thereto’ to the end of the covenant.
One of the biggest stings in the clawback tail was that clawback could be applied for up to 11 years after the date on which a bonus or other variable incentive was first awarded.
In this webcast, Jonathan Kirsop examines how the UK data protection regime applies to regulate disclosed information.
Hot on the heels of its recent decision in Huzar v Jet2, the English Court of Appeal has handed down another passenger-friendly judgment.
Karla Sheerin-Griffin focuses on two of the remedies that are available to a person who has been wronged to obtain information from a person who is not a party to the litigation.
The Court of Appeal of England and Wales has recently handed down its judgment in the ongoing litigation between Ronald Huzar and Jet2.
The new list contains all the Indonesian business sectors that are subject to foreign ownership restrictions or closed to foreign investment altogether.