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Aviation: “extraordinary circumstances” within the Flight Passenger Rights Regulation - no use crying over spilled fuel and runway closures

United Kingdom, European Union - July 11 2019 In Moens v Ryanair Ltd, a Belgian Magistrate's Court asked the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) to give a preliminary ruling on the...

Liliane Fozard, Nicholas Medniuk, Alaina Wadsworth.

One small step for insurance: the Space Industry Act 2018 and Government response to call for evidence

United Kingdom - June 20 2019 One objective of the Government’s Industrial Strategy is for the UK to increase its share of the commercial spaceflight market. As part of this policy...

Liliane Fozard, Nicholas Medniuk, Alaina Wadsworth.

Financial Ombudsman hikes award limit to £350,000

United Kingdom - March 21 2019 The financial regulator, the FCA, has announced that from 1 April 2019, the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) can make awards against regulated firms...

Andrew Milne, Caroline Hall, Robert Jones.

Aviation: construction of exclusive jurisdiction clause in declaratory proceedings

United Kingdom - March 7 2019 The Court of Appeal recently provided a useful guide to the construction of an exclusive jurisdiction clause within a series of contracts for the...

Liliane Fozard, Nicholas Medniuk, Alaina Wadsworth.

Aviation: manufacturer’s duty to warn of inadequacies in parts supplied

United Kingdom - November 15 2018 A recent Privy Council decision is a reminder to manufacturers of aviation equipment that serious thought should go into whether modifications to...

Sophie Newman, Nicholas Medniuk, Alaina Wadsworth.