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As part of their international financing structures, Lisa Grant, Director, explains why entities such as banks and asset managers, commercial ship owners, fund managers, commercial ship managers and joint ventures, ...
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BLM
That is certainly the superficial conclusion from yesterday's short debate about e-scooters in the Lords. Wrapping it up, Transport Minister Baroness Vere said in terms...
Keltie
According to the Electric Vehicles and Infrastructure Report, The UK's transport sector is responsible for 27% of the UK's total greenhouse emissions, with cars contributing up to 55% of those emissions.
BLM
This morning's response from the government to the Transport Select Committee's report on smart motorways is, in essence, that DfT accepts the MPs recommendations in full and will pause the further roll out of smart motorways.
BLM
Ben Jones and Peter James, Partners at BLM, consider three prosecutions within the last 10 years against railway industry parties where there has been a trespass onto their property and the trespasser has sustained serious or fatal injury ...
BLM
The New Year is only a few days old but already there are strong indicators that 2022 will be the year of the car: the ‘driverless' car and the electric car.
Quadrant Chambers
The 1976 Limitation Convention, like the 1957 Convention before it, entitles a ship's "operator" to limit its liability in the same way as its registered owner.
BLM
On Thursday 9 December, the Department for Transport's (DfT) consultation on creating a Road Collision Investigation Branch (RCIB) closed.
BLM
We've been saved from writing a long blog about this by the well-timed ABI press note from earlier today, which was picked up in this report in the Mirror and by other media outlets.
BLM
It is likely that this limited data release might be the only data we see from DfT before it publishes much more detailed analysis of the various e-scooter trials some time next year.
BLM
Claims figures for e-scooter collisions are trickling in, but the grey area surrounding the categorisation of this vehicle could open the gates to potential fraud.
BLM
According to a 2021 study by Rooster Insurance, 46.6 per cent of drivers have never refreshed their knowledge of the Highway Code.
Marks & Clerk
It's well-known that automakers need to constantly innovate to keep up with the market.
BLM
Incidents involving vulnerable road users are a common feature of serious injury claims. It is worth noting two judgments released over the last couple of weeks, in particular to note the findings in relation to contributory negligence.
BLM
The government seems to have good intentions to reform motor insurance law to cut away some recent expansions to its scope, but its inaction suggests actually doing anything about it is a long way off.
Quadrant Chambers
The Court of Appeal has today given judgment in The Eternal Bliss on the availability of general damages in addition to demurrage arising from delay.
Quadrant Chambers
Lord Justice Flaux granted the yacht owners permission to appeal.
Hillier Hopkins
The government is making a bold commitment towards combatting climate change with the sale of new petrol and diesel cars to end by 2030.
Gatehouse Chambers
A lasting impact of the pandemic appears to be the shift in travel behaviour towards increased use of e-scooters and bicycles
Gatehouse Chambers
A lasting impact of the pandemic appears to be the shift in travel behaviour towards increased use of e-scooters and bicycles, powered or non-powered.
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