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Insights / The uncertainty continues… Post-Brexit recognition and enforcement of judgments: UK still seeking accession to Lugano Convention

19-10-2021 / Maritime

On 31 December 2020, the Brexit transition period ended. As a result, the UK’s regime for recognising and enforcing judgments within Europe ceased to be governed by the Brussels regime, primarily the recast Brussels Regulation (EU member states), and the Lugano Convention 2007 (EU member states, Iceland, Norway and Switzerland).

Events / Maritime Week Gibraltar 2021

18-10-2021 / Maritime

Maritime Week Gibraltar 2021 is a highly informative, multi-format interactive event, designed to showcase the many shipping, port and maritime services offered in Gibraltar to a wider international audience.

Insights / Court considers breach of confidentiality and unlawful conspiracy claims in ship design dispute

18-10-2021 / Maritime

Salt Ship Design AS v. Prysmian Powerlink SRL [2021] EWHC 2633 (Comm)

Insights / Climate Change Litigation Continueth – The Scottish Case: Greenpeace v. BEIS and the OGA (and BP too)

15-10-2021 / Energy & Infrastructure

The Scottish Court of Session has declared that dealing with the global environmental impact of the consumption of oil is a political matter for the UK Government, not a legal issue for the UK Courts in considering the validity of approval to drill new oil wells in a single field.

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News / Divorce now or await the change in the law?

12-10-2021 / Family & Matrimonial

There has been much publicity about the long awaited change in the law brought about by the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020. This Act becomes effective on April 29 next year and will enable proceedings ending the legal relationship to begin, without waiting for a minimum of two years following separation, or in the absence of separation, apportioning blame to the other party by providing details of the individual’s unreasonable behaviour or adultery.

News / Ince deepens Private Wealth offering with appointment of Naomi Woods as Partner

12-10-2021 / Private Wealth

Hire will strengthen Ince’s full suite of private wealth advisory services with additional expertise in rural affairs, family wealth protection and tax planning.

Insights / Giuffre v Prince Andrew: What happens next?

11-10-2021 / Dispute Resolution

Press coverage and speculation about Prince Andrew and Virginia Giuffre continues unabated, with the focus now on the Court proceedings. Whilst all eyes are on that process, Prince Andrew’s legal team’s approach to date, of avoidance rather than total engagement, has begun to solidify the public’s often-kept opinion that there is “no smoke without fire”.

News / AfCFTA and Energy & Infrastructure

11-10-2021 / Energy & Infrastructure, Maritime

This article is the third in a series of articles looking at the impact of the African Continental Free Trade Area (the “AfCFTA”) on various practice areas and industry sectors that our clients operate in. This article focuses on Energy and Infrastructure and addresses some of the key questions our clients have asked us.