Brexit negotiations begin now: business must prepare
The votes have been counted and the Conservatives, who failed to maintain a majority, remain the largest party. Theresa May has confirmed that she will continue as Prime Minister and has been invited by the Queen to form a government, working with Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party.
HFW selected to Tier 1 of the Crown Commercial Services General Legal Services Panel as part of PWC-led consortium
Holman Fenwick Willan (HFW) in consortium with PwC, Sharpe Pritchard LLP and Howes Percival LLP, is delighted to have been selected to the Crown Commercial Services General Legal Services Panel for Central Government as a Tier 1 Provider.
Can root cause analysis reports and witness statements be protected from discovery?
In our experience, more and more safety conscious businesses have established written policies and procedures that require an investigation and analysis of the root causes of an incident involving personal injury or property damage.
Brexit considerations for aviation: Are the skies becoming any clearer?
A great deal was written in the immediate aftermath of last June’s referendum result as to the potential impact of Brexit on aerospace interests in the UK and how the future regulatory landscape might look.
Executive order of January 27 2017 and its effect upon crewing of vessels calling in the US
Amid protests across multiple US airports, the firing of the acting US Attorney General Yates, President Trump’s recent executive order banning entry into the US from seven Middle Eastern countries has been controversial to say the least. For the maritime industry, President Trump’s executive order creates uncertainty.