When compiling this spring edition of our regulatory review, which incorporates our individual articles published during the last quarter, we didn’t anticipate the current effects of the Covid-19 crisis. Therefore, our comment on that subject is limited here to wishing you and your families well during this exceptional time. We hope things will have improved significantly by the time our summer edition is due.
For now, please see below a selection of articles produced by members of our expert regulatory team in recent months (now a relative age of innocence). The diversity of the topics covered reflects the ever-increasing reach of regulatory law.
Jenna Coad and John Doherty look at what went wrong for Boeing and its response to the 737 Max’s safety problems. Jeremy Clarke-Williams analyses some recent and high profile examples of press misuse of private information in two articles. Ed Weightman reports on existing and proposed regulation where real estate and energy mix in the emerging market of heat networks. And anyone connected to charity fundraising is pointed to our final article on risks and how to avoid any mis-steps.
Our team has the skills and relevant experience to guide regulated businesses across various sectors. If any of the issues addressed might cause concern for your business or public body, please contact us.