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Our team of subject matter experts look at the impacts COVID-19 is having in the defence & security sector, particularly supply chains, producing a handy ten step guide to the contractual issues under the pandemic, ...
The Australian Space Agency (ASA) has taken a series of significant strides in its efforts to promote Australia's participation and engagement on civil space engagement initiatives at an international level.
Our London Defence & Security team are delighted to have written the UK chapter for "Getting the Deal Through: Defence & Security Procurement".
The number of COVID-19 confirmed cases has been proceeding along an upward sloping curve, so is the number of cyber fraud cases. Rarely does a month pass by without cases reported to the Hong Kong or Singapore Police. ...
Bird & Bird's Elizabeth Reid and Lucy England look at the recently revised guidance from the Single Source Regulations Office (SSRO) on Allowable Costs for qualifying defence contracts awarded under the UK’s single ...
On 16 March 2018 the High Court dismissed a Claim brought against Ryanair by Bott & Co. – a firm of solicitors familiar to many in the industry as prolific processors of flight delay compensation claims.
On 6 June 2018, Advocate General Tanchev delivered his opinion in flightright GmbH v Iberia Express SA on passenger compensation payable under Regulation (EC) No 261/2004 (“Reg 261”).
The announcement in May 2018 of changes to the small UAS regime under the UK Air Navigation Order is a small step towards more liberalised, and safer, drone operations for both business and leisure purposes.
It has been recently reported that airlines IAG, the parent company of British airways, and Ryanair are planning to submit a joint complaint before the European Commission
Under increasing pressure to collaborate with competitors, or feeling they must do so to innovate at the rate needed to compete, the Aerospace, Defence and Security (ADS) industries find themselves faced with a ...