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Law Commissions launch preliminary consultation on automated vehicle deployment in the UK

United Kingdom - November 8 2018 Today the Law Commissions of England and Wales and Scotland have launched a preliminary three-month consultation on a regulatory framework for the...

The European approach to driverless cars and motor insurance

United Kingdom - December 13 2017 The potential for driverless vehicles to transform the motor industry and motor insurance industry still looms large. By some studies, over 90 of...

Anne Buhl Bjelke.

Bus Services Bill: congestion ahead?

United Kingdom - June 6 2016 The Bus Services Bill has at long last made an appearance in the House of Lords on 19 May 2016, a day after its announcement in the Queen's Speech...

Chris Jackson, Lloyd Nail.

The whole truth? The duty of candour in judicial review

United Kingdom - May 24 2016 In judicial review proceedings, the parties are under what is known as a ‘duty of candour’ which, in more layman’s language, might be called an...

Liberalisation of EU Port Services

European Union - May 23 2016 When it comes to transport within the European Single Market, there is very little that is surprising about proposed regulation of ports. Perhaps the...

Elizabeth Dunn, Alex Minhinick.