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Our Regulatory team examines some recent Regulation 261 cases relating to passenger delays and claims for compensation.
Our Regulatory team explores the recent judgment of the CJEU and the assessment of the meaning of ‘extraordinary circumstances’ which may relieve the air carrier from having to compensate the passenger(s) under ...
This annual publication provides excellent expert analysis of how government procurement works in this highly regulated sector and is an ideal tool for in-house counsel and commercial practitioners.
Consultant Wolf von Kumberg looks at the legal and practical issues the recent grounding of the 737 Max has caused within Boeing's supply chain and how mediation can be a viable alternative to litigation to help resolve ...
How can you give yourself the best possible chance of success? We outline here our top tips for bidding successfully to MoD.
Limitation of liability goes to the heart of risk allocation and is one of the most important topics in any contract negotiation. The UK’s Ministry of Defence (MOD) has recently issued a revised commercial policy ...
Our London Defence & Security team are delighted to have written the UK chapter for "Getting the Deal Through: Defence & Security Procurement".
As more technology businesses contract with MOD, its treatment of IP rights and how it applies its policy to modern technology is becoming increasingly important. Our team look at the MOD's current approach to IP, its ...
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 ...
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.