Welcome to the November 2017 issue of Legalseas.
December 04, 2017
The way ships are financed has changed considerably in the past ten years, and the market has continued to evolve throughout 2017.
On 16 November 2017, Brazil’s Superior Court of Justice (SCJ) handed down its judgment on the long running case involving the FPSO OSX3 (the OSX3 Unit).
Canada will soon require domestically operated commercial ships which have “passengers” on board to carry mandatory liability insurance to respond to passengers’ claims for injury or death.
Two noteworthy shipping cases heard during 2017 have placed contractual interpretation under the spotlight.
The Minister of Economic Development published the long-awaited Competition Amendment Bill (the Draft Bill), 2017 for public comment on 1 December 2017.
Welcome to the fourth issue of Norton Rose Fulbright’s Tax controversy insights.
November 03, 2017
As fully autonomous vessels are expected to take to the seas by 2018, organisations within maritime industries need to take stock of the threat that cyber risk represents as increasing digitisation redefines the market, as Ffion Flockhart, Steven Hadwin and Rahul Mansigani, of Norton Rose Fulbright, explore
Welcome to our third edition of Competition World in 2017. This edition covers the topic of merger control. We share insights from our teams around the world on some of the most significant cases and other policy developments in recent months.
October 31, 2017
In 2017, we witnessed in Europe dramatic falls in the price of offshore wind, with governments now looking at “zero subsidy” projects. Governments in Asia have taken notice.
October 25, 2017
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