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The High Court recently in an ex tempore (unwritten) judgment (to be followed by a more detailed written judgment) approved a scheme of arrangement under Part 9 of the Companies Act 2014 in...
Issue no. 30 of the Shipping & Maritime Law Newsletter is now available.
The Paris Memorandum of Understanding on Port State Control (the "Paris MoU") constitutes an agreement between 27 maritime authorities (including Malta) pursuant to which all member states...
Recently, the Minister responsible for the registration of commercial partnerships has made certain specific regulations (herein mentioned) which apply to any company conducting a shipping or aviation business.
The question of law on this appeal was whether the term in a bareboat charterparty obliging charterers to "keep the vessel with unexpired classification of the class indicated in Box 10 and with other required certificates ...
Who can limit their liabilities under the Limitation Convention 1976? Shipowners and salvors. What is a "shipowner"? The owner, charterer, manager or operator of a ship.
Demurrage time-bar clauses often cause problems for unsuspecting shipowners who have otherwise valid demurrage claims.
A widow whose husband was killed while dismantling a large vessel in a shipbreaking yard on the beaches of Bangladesh can press ahead with her claim against the UK-based shipping company...
Mr Justice Butcher handed down judgment today in The Gravity Highway and The Maritime Maisie  EWHC 1697 (Comm).
As well as producing horrendous human suffering, the COVID-19 pandemic has led to sharply lower demand for crude oil and petroleum products and worldwide recessionary economic conditions.
In April and May 2020, Teare J handed down two judgments in two related actions: Trafigura Maritime Logistics v Clearlake Shipping and Clearlake Chartering USA v Petroleo Brasileiro.
In August 2012, the Renos suffered an engine room fire in the course of a laden voyage.
William Broadbent from Leigh Day's cycling team reminisces on his discovery of cycling through the National Cycle Network and one 'iconic' route in particular.
Benjamin Coffer appeared for the Claimant, instructed by Emma Rice of Clyde & Co.
On 17 May 2011, the CMA CGM LIBRA grounded whilst leaving the port of Xiamen, China. The owners claimed general average contributions from the cargo interests.
On 5 May 2020, Quadrant Chambers hosted a joint webinar with Maritime London entitled "How English Shipping Law has Responded to the Covid-19 Crisis".
It has now been confirmed by the AAIB that the flight was itself an illegal operation.
On 27 February, the Commercial Court's Judgment in Nas Air Co v Genesis Aviation Trading 3 Ltd was handed down.
On 6 January 2020, the Council of Arab and African States Bordering the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden (the "Council") was created as a mechanism for improving the security of regional waterways