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Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
April 25, 2013 was a noteworthy date in the history of German maritime legislation.
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
When we published our report Surviving the storm at the German Ship Finance Forum this time last year, it was clear that the industry was confronted by some of the fiercest challenges in its history.
Arnecke Siebold
On July 31 2009 the Cologne Upper Regional Court ruled on two aspects of Lufthansa's general conditions of carriage.
Arnecke Siebold
On June 17 2008 the European Commission opened investigations into state subsidies allegedly paid to Flughafen Frankfurt-Hahn GmbH and into agreements with the low-cost carrier Ryanair.
Arnecke Siebold
A recent decision confirms that where a flight is advertised at a certain price "including taxes and fees", but an additional tariff will be levied for each item of hold baggage, the airline must make specific reference to these additional costs in its advertisements.
Allen & Overy
As a result of tax benefits available under German tax law and high returns on investment, German ship funds have enjoyed increasing popularity in recent years, attracting a considerable amount of equity from private investors. Ship funds are vehicles which collect private equity from a limited number of investors to build and operate one or more ships (eg, container ships). The return on investment consists of tax benefits (in particular, losses which can be offset against earnings) on the one
PricewaterhouseCoopers
PwC reports, official pronouncements, Supreme Tax Court Cases from Germany
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