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Volkswagen –
errors and emissions

2016 will mark 80 years of Volkswagen car manufacturing – the “people’s car” was launched in 1936 at the Berlin motor show.

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Dubai court issues landmark judgment

In a recent landmark judgment handed down by the Dubai Court of Appeal, Holman Fenwick Willan’s Middle East shipping team has successfully obtained a judgment ordering the recognition and enforcement of a London arbitration award in the UAE.

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The role of LNG in the global energy sector

Every region of the globe will participate as either a supplier or consumer in the LNG market, and substantial amounts of investment are necessary to properly build out the midstream infrastructure, with the most interesting opportunities being in floating liquefaction and regasification.

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Frustration – the radical change in obligation test

The doctrine of frustration discharges parties from further performance of a contract if a supervening event occurs after the contract has been entered.

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Cyber security for shipping

It may come as a surprise to many that one of the greatest risks to companies may be hackers accessing and manipulating their computer systems. However, according to the World Economic Forum’s 2014 Global Risk Report, cyber attacks are one of the top five risks facing the global economy.

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Nigeria tanker ban lifted?

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has apparently lifted its earlier imposed ban of approximately 100 crude tankers from operating or moving within Nigerian territorial waters.

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Hong Kong: Final competition law guidelines published

On 27 July 2015 Hong Kong’s Competition Commission issued six final guidelines on how the Commission intends to interpret and apply the provisions of the new Competition Ordinance.

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