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MIIT Publishes The Emergency Response Plan For Cybersecurity Incidents
The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology ("MIIT") published the Emergency Response Plan for Cybersecurity Incidents in Public Networks ("Plan") on 14 November 2017.
China
9 Jan 2018
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More Preparations For Huge Investment In Modernising European Transport
Whilst this relates to transport, newer entrants to the sector are poised to benefit, including telecommunications, ICT, and non-traditional engine and fuel suppliers.
European Union
9 Oct 2012
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Brazil’s New Logistics Investment Programme
Brazil’s rapid economic growth over the last decade, as well as the emergence of a new middle class, has put a strain on the country’s transport infrastructure.
Brazil
5 Sep 2012
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EU Consults On Road Charging
On 10 August 2012 the European Commission launched a consultation on charging for use of road infrastructure.
European Union
22 Aug 2012
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Transport Secretary Launches Consultation On Stopping Up And Diversion Orders
Transport Secretary Justine Greening has published a consultation on proposed reform of the process for stopping up and diverting local roads
UK
23 Jul 2012
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No Crown Office Action To Be Taken After Eight Die On Bourbon Dolphin
The Crown Office has confirmed that no criminal proceedings are to be taken over the capsizing of an offshore supply vessel off Shetland which claimed the lives of eight on board.
UK
19 Jun 2012
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Reform And Privatisation Of Ukrainian Seaports
On 8 June 2012 the Ukrainian Parliament passed a law "On the Seaports of Ukraine" (the "Law"), the intent of which is to re-organise the Ukrainian port industry and allow private investment in port infrastructure, including the privatisation of existing assets.
Ukraine
18 Jun 2012
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West Tankers Revisited (3): Damages For Breach Of Arbitration Agreement
The Commercial Court has found that an arbitral tribunal is not deprived of its jurisdiction to award equitable damages against a party that breaches an arbitration agreement.
UK
31 May 2012
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Network Rail Fined £1 Million For Double Fatality In 2005
On 31 January 2012, Network Rail submitted a guilty plea to three charges brought by the Office of Rail Regulation (ORR).
UK
23 Mar 2012
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Changes To Vehicle Tax Rules
From 2012, the transfer and use of road vehicles will be taxed according to new rules...
Hungary
1 Dec 2011
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New ‘Seven Deadly Sins’ For Transport Businesses
From 4 December 2011, transport businesses will be subject to stricter rules which could result in loss of good reputation and withdrawal of transport permits.
Slovakia
31 Oct 2011
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Brazil Launches Airport Privatisations
After much discussion over the last few years and pressure from the aviation industry, the Brazilian government announced in May its plans to privatise 3 of the country's largest airports, Guarulhos and Viracopos, both in Sao Paulo and Juscelino Kubitschek airport in the capital, Brasilia.
Brazil
9 Aug 2011
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Concurrent Delay: City Inn Snubbed Again
The decision of a Scottish court in July last year dismissing appeals in the City Inn litigation continues to provoke debate in England over delay analysis under extension of time clauses.
UK
20 Jul 2011
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Cheaper Access To Space As Insurance Requirements Reduced
As of 4 July 2011, the licensing insurance requirements under the UK Outer Space Act 1986 (OSA) have been reduced to €60 million from £100 million.
UK
8 Jul 2011
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Insurance Law Reform: Consultation On Brokers’ Liability For Premium
The Law Commission has published a summary of the responses received to its consultation on reform of section 53 of the Marine Insurance Act 1906. The majority of responses received were in favour of reform.
UK
12 May 2011
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Europe Signals Transformational Change: Transport 2050
On 28th March 2011 the European Commission (the "Commission") launched its white paper on transport - the "Roadmap to a Single European Transport Area – Towards a competitive and resource efficient transport system" (the "Roadmap").
UK
8 Apr 2011
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Network Rail Face Fines For Health And Safety - Legacy Railtrack
On 10 May 2002, a train crash at Potters Bar station resulted in seven fatalities. The inquest into the causes of the accident during the summer of 2010 concluded that poor maintenance and inspections to a set of points caused the accident.
UK
24 Feb 2011
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Insurance: Utmost Good Faith and Fair Presentation Of The Risk
A recent case reaffirms the legal position on the question of what amounts to a fair presentation of a risk in the context of a non-disclosure dispute.
UK
21 Dec 2010
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Concorde Crash Conviction
A French court has found Houston-based Continental Airlines guilty of involuntary manslaughter for its part in the 2000 Concorde crash which killed 113 people.
UK
9 Dec 2010
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The Health of the UK Space Industry and the Prescription To Make It Healthier
The UK Space Agency recently published a report on "The Size and Health of the UK Space Industry, the findings of which are of particular interest to show how the sector has been affected by the current recession, and to illustrate the significance of the sector for the UK economy.
UK
1 Dec 2010
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