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Commercial Updates

January 26, 2023

Net Zero by 2050 – Fact or Fiction?

In this article, Bethany Seed considers the challenge of reaching net zero and the efforts that are being undertaken to achieve this goal, while analysing how the fast-fashion and aviation industries are impacting this target.
January 19, 2023

Landmark Environmental Judgments and their Impact on Industries

In this article, Lauren Bryant considers two recent landmark environmental judgments, their long-term impact, and the broader influence of environmental protection laws on commercial industries.
January 1, 2023

How are the big banks doing? A closer look at current developments in the banking industry 

In this article, Ralitsa Stancheva examines the recent notable developments in the banking industry, focusing on the large UK and international banks.
December 30, 2022

Who governs the sea? How the British government fails to control the shipping industry in a crisis

In this article, Melissa Croxford analyses the challenges facing the shipping industry, from an international and domestic perspective.
December 19, 2022

The Current Crypto Crisis

In this article, Bethany Seed considers the recent updates surrounding FTX and what its fall means for the cryptocurrency industry.
December 19, 2022

Structured Finance and Derivatives News – Collateralised Fund Obligations and FX Swaps

In this article, Christopher Green analyses recent updates relating to both collateralised fund obligations and FX swaps.
December 16, 2022

Primark Set to Open Four New Stores: Is Retail Recovering?

In this article, Rhiya Vaidya explores Primark's growth, the performance of retailers generally, and how lawyers may play a role in the retail industry.
December 11, 2022

What is Cybersecurity?

In this article, Lauren Bryant describes what cyber security is, while also exploring recent cyber attacks, major types of cyber security and threats, relevant legislation, and the future of cyber security.
November 27, 2022

US Chip Export Restrictions

In this article, Christopher Green considers the reasons for and the impact of the US export controls on the chip market, along with the wider picture of protectionism and trade wars.