Welcome to the July edition of Legalflyer
January 10, 2018
The last couple of years have been notable for the absence of financings of Airbus and Boeing aircraft supported by the European Export Credit Agencies and US Eximbank. Airlines have had to look to other sources of finance for new aircraft in recent years, and the large manufacturers have had to monitor carefully the expected funding sources for some of their pipeline of deliveries.
January 09, 2018
Over recent years we have seen an increasing number of disputes arising in relation to aircraft redeliveries. This article seeks to identify why they occur, the steps that can be taken to minimise the risk of a dispute and summarises a number of relevant cases to highlight areas that are frequently subject to a dispute.
New York is open for autonomous vehicle testing
December 20, 2017
Proxy advisory firms Institutional Shareholder Service (ISS) and Glass Lewis & Co. (Glass Lewis) recently released their United States policy recommendations for...
December 19, 2017
Welcome to the November 2017 issue of Legalseas.
December 04, 2017
The evolution of autonomous vehicles life will throw up an array of new issues for regulators, policy makers, financiers, insurers and manufacturers.
November 23, 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
November 03, 2017
Thirteenth edition highlights ever-increasing threat to cyber security and data protection
October 25, 2017
Welcome to the July 2017 issue of Legalseas.
July 20, 2017