Global businesses have implemented strategies to ensure they can continue to operate in a rapidly changing and increasingly uncertain legal and regulatory landscape. Since the beginning of the pandemic in 2020, it has been increasingly clear that operational resilience and a clear strategy remain essential for organizations not only to survive, but to thrive. While protecting public health still remains the priority, many organizations continue to face challenges, including disruption to their supply chains, meeting contractual obligations, bringing people back to the workplace and implications under funding arrangements. Many of these issues need to be navigated on a cross-border basis.
This global resource hub identifies the key issues and provides practical guidance as well as innovative and strategic thinking from our lawyers around the world on the legal and regulatory challenges. Our multi-disciplinary team takes a holistic approach to risk management that spans business units, areas of law and national boundaries.
Managing the greenwashing risk
In this session, we look at how regulators are dealing with greenwashing and how to reduce the risk of a greenwashing claim.
EU Taxonomy and aviation: Where we are at and predictions
In this session, we discuss the financing of aircraft under the EU Taxonomy and what it is likely to mean for airlines more broadly.
Offsetting and carbon credits: Navigating the regulatory environment
In this session, we look at the latest developments in CORSIA and the EU ETS, as well as voluntary offsetting schemes.
Access to sustainable finance: Helping aviation to transition
In this session, we discuss the sustainable finance products aviation can access and how these work, as well as looking to the future.
High Court assists alleged victim of crypto-theft to seek recovery
In LMN v Bitflyer Holdings Inc and others  EWHC 2954 (Comm), the High Court granted powerful ‘information orders’ under the court’s Norwich Pharmacal and Bankers Trust jurisdiction against cryptocurrency exchanges that are competitors to the claimant-applicant LMN. The court orders require these exchanges to provide LMN detailed customer information (including Know Your Client information), in aid of LMN’s efforts to recover $10.7 million worth of misappropriated cryptocurrency.
Commission welcomes political agreement on the proposed revised Consumer Credit Directive
On 2 December 2022, the European Commission announced that it welcomed the provisional political agreement reached between the European Parliament and the Council on the proposed revised Consumer Credit Directive. The European Parliament and the Council now need to formally adopt the political agreement.