From the delivery of new infrastructure to the adoption of new technologies, transport is at the core of economies all around the world. Developments such as driverless vehicles and the concept of mobility as a service will transform our lives and impact businesses’ transport and logistics requirements - as well as the commuting habits of staff. Investment in infrastructure such as high-speed rail and additional runway capacity will be complimented by initiatives to rebalance the economy such as the Northern Powerhouse and City Deals.
”The DWF Team were very responsive to the issue we faced and provided essential support alongside key industry knowledge in resolving what could have become a very challenging situation. Their professionalism, support and one team approach assisted us in resolving the issues we faced and made them a pleasure to work alongside rather than with.”– Gareth Brewerton, General Counsel, South Staffordshire Plc
The marine industry will continue to be complex as international trade becomes ever more challenging. In such an uncertain and rapidly changing environment, where regulation, insurance and commerce are so critical to your success, you need legal advice from people that understand your sector.
DWF’s transport team brings together an international network of 60 lawyers offering a full range of legal services to both public and private sector clients across the automotive, maritime, rail, aviation, road, transport and logistics sectors. We help our clients navigate the challenges of the dynamic international business environment, providing commercially focussed legal advice on issues related to insurance, employment, asset finance, litigation, public procurement and infrastructure development.
What sets us apart from other Top 20 legal businesses is our dedication. We make it our business to know your business and to become an integral part of your team. We understand the pressures and emotions involved. As a result, our clients trust us to rise to any challenge and to present market-leading legal solutions, every time. Our ability to deliver is recognised by our clients and as a result we are recommended in all the major legal directories for our transport expertise.
As the UK faces a future outside the European Union, its ability to trade – with Europe and elsewhere – will be crucial to its future prosperity.
The UAE Cabinet has approved a potentially game-changing investment law, which will allow up to 100% foreign ownership/investment in on-shore businesses in the UAE. It is not yet known whether or not the new law will apply to all types of entities and/or across all sectors.
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Following the success of DWF's City of London Blueprint for Growth report in 2017, the business has once again surveyed FTSE 100 leaders on the future opportunities and challenges facing their businesses for a new one-year-on report.
What is keeping London’s boardrooms up at night? We have once again engaged 150 C-suites from FTSE 100 companies headquartered in London, across a range of sectors, to find out how their challenges and opportunities have changed in the last year.
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There remains no guarantee that, from the intended Brexit day of 30 Match 2019, the current tariff-free movement of goods between the two territories will not cease. Various models for future relationships are in debate, but the UK is currently ruling out the simplest (and least change) model of remaining in a customs union with the EU.
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On 6 March 2018, the Court of Justice of the European Union ("CJEU") rendered an important judgement in case C-284/16, Slovak Republic v. Achmea. The CJEU declared invalid the investor-State dispute settlement ("ISDS") arbitration clause in the bilateral investment treaty between the Netherlands and Slovakia ("intra-EU BIT").
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DWF’s global transport practice comprises more than 60 lawyers across the globe who deliver in-depth knowledge of the automotive, maritime, rail, aviation, road transport and logistics sectors.