The Government announces a new capital grants scheme for UK infrastructure
July 12, 2017
We are excited to share the second volume of our Autonomous Vehicles White Paper.
There is now no credible dispute – the “when” of autonomous vehicles is now. From Austin, Texas, to Tokyo, Japan these “products of the future” are...
For the automotive industry, 2016 saw a tremendous amount of activity regarding self-driving cars. CES 2016 was dominated by...
Autonomous, connected driving is currently at the forefront of developments in business and technology. Not a week passes without new superlatives of...
A recent decision involving the dismissal of a Rabbi by the voluntary administrators of a Synagogue confirms there is no automatic right to terminate contracts available to administrators. In this legal update, authors Mitchell Mathas and Daniel Vizor explore the implications for administrators. For further information about the issues explored in this article, please contact Mitchell Mathas.
July 11, 2017
The NSW Court of Appeal (Court) recently struck down a development consent for the Walsh Bay Arts Precinct in Bay Simmer Investments Pty Ltd v State of New South Wales  NSWCA 135.
A significant amount of attention is being paid to the disruptive potential of distributed ledger technology (DLT) and many businesses are making huge investments in DLT-enabled products and/or services.
The growth of renewable energy and its increasingly significant contribution to the world’s energy mix is undeniable.
July 10, 2017
The Supreme Court of Canada, in Saadati v. Moorhead, unanimously held that a court can award damages for mental injuries in the absence of any psychiatric diagnosis or expert medical evidence.
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