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By Devika Khanna, Richard Power
Although the general view is that increasing transparency is a good thing, in this interview Devika and Richard share their thoughts on why the issue isn't quite that straightforward.
By Richard Bell, Samuel Yang
New regulations on data transfer and security clearances
By Rob Deans, Saba Al Sultani
Oman has implemented the GCC Trade Mark Law with effect from 31 July 2017.
By Edward Freeman, Melissa Tang, Ashna Lazatin
When the Montreal Convention 1999 came into force in 2003, the Convention was widely seen as a modern and international liability regime governing air carrier liability overhauling the outdated Warsaw system of carrier's liability.
By Douglas Maag
On July 27, 2017, the US Congress passed the Countering America's Adversaries Through Sanctions Act (CAATSA)...
By Destinee Ramos, Joe Walsh
On August 7, 2017, the U.S. Coast Guard ("USCG") Office of Port and Facility Compliance released a "Content Preview of the Passenger Operation Cybersecurity Framework Profile" ("the Preview").
By Rhian Greaves
The value of fines collected for breaches of the Health and Safety at Work Act by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and local authorities has doubled in a year, according to a research report from global law firm Clyde & Co.
By Christopher Smith, Stephen Morrissey
The decision also confirms established principles relevant to the approach that Australian courts will take to the construction of an insurance policy.
By Clyde & Co LLP
The future prosperity of the maritime industry will rely on advances in technology.
By Nigel Brook
A summary of recent developments in insurance, reinsurance and litigation law.
By Patrick Murphy
On 5 August 2017 the United Nations Security Council unanimously approved a significant expansion of the UN sanctions regime against North Korea, in response to North Korea's recent ballistic missile tests.
By Rob Wilson
Case law update: Webster (a child and protected party) via his Mother and Litigation Friend, Heather Butler v Burton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (2017)
By Simon McConnell, Mun Yeow
After the 2012 Lamma ferry disaster, the idea for "apology legislation" arose when the Director of the Marine Department apologised eight months after the incident.
By Jai Sharma
We have received reports that the " MISTRAL ", a 2000 built bulk carrier flying the Turkish flag, has suffered a machinery breakdown and required towage.
By Tony Baumgartner
Terms of sale can sometimes lead to unexpected and perhaps even unintended outcomes.
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