Industry-leading legal expertise

  • Protection of privacy, Technology and IT Law


    GDPR, information security and the importance of carrying out "proper due diligence"

    ICO issues statements of intention to fine British Airways and Marriott.

  • Oil Gas and Renewable Energy


    Cathrine B. Hetland: New partner in Oslo

    This week, we have had the pleasure of welcoming Cathrine B. Hetland as a new partner at our Oslo-office. Cathrine is an experienced lawyer within oil and gas and will join the Energy & Renewables team at Wikborg Rein.

  • Shipping Offshore


    The UK Supreme Court’s decision in the “Renos” on CTL and the position under the Nordic Plan

    The UK Supreme Court’s recent decision in the “Renos” (Sveriges Angfartygs Assurans Forening (The Swedish Club) and others v Connect Shipping Inc and another, [2019] UKSC 29) will be a landmark case on marine insurance under the English Institute Time Clauses Hulls (1/10/83) ("ITCH") conditions. It clarifies that when determining whether a vessel is a constructive total loss (“CTL”) under the ITCH conditions, regard should be had to (a) the costs incurred prior to the owners’ notice of abandonment, but not (b) remuneration payable under the SCOPIC clause. The decision will have significant importance in the insurance market because of the financial and practical implications. But what would be the position under the Nordic Marine Insurance Plan of 2013 version 2019 (“Nordic Plan”)?