The Tribunal considered whether it was "necessary" for Owners to take out additional insurance against piracy risks.
A discussion which focuses on a number of disputes which arose under a time charter.
The Tribunal was required to decide whether the parties to the arbitration had in fact concluded a fixture.
A discussion on a recent judgment in relation to a case which considered whether a charterers' failure to pay hire is a breach of a condition which entitles owners to cancel the charter, and claim damages for the unperformed part.
The Department for Transport has recently announced a new rail franchising programme following the cancellation of the West Coast mainline procurement and the discovery of serious technical flaws in the tendering process.
Kuwait Rocks Co v AMN Bulkcarriers Inc (The Astra)  EWHC 865 (Comm)
An important decision for the ship sale and purchase market has confirmed that buyers entering into a standard form Memorandum of Agreement do so in the knowledge that they may be liable for the amount of the (unpaid) deposit.
Following Patrick McLoughlin's January announcement of preferred routes for lines to Manchester and Leedsand with a major public consultation on those routes expected later this year, all attention has been on High Speed 2's second phase.
The Marine Environment Protection Committee adopted certain amendments to MARPOL Annex V, which entered into force on 1 January 2013, resulting in a certain amount of concern for the shipping and international trade community.
The Court of Appeal has now upheld the decision that a ship-owner is entitled to redirect the payment of freight due under bills of lading and separately rely on a charterparty lien on sub-freights.
A discussion on a recent case where the Commercial Court considered the circumstances in which a term may be implied into a contract as a result of a course of dealing between the parties.
Time charterers, Cargill, withheld hire from disponent owners, NYK, pursuant to a period off-hire clause in a time trip charter on amended NYPE terms.
The recent decision of Mr Justice Teare in this case heralds a departure from the previously held view that under clause 13 of the standard form Norwegian Sale Form 1993, where a buyer fails to pay the deposit under a memorandum of agreement, an innocent seller’s claim is limited to compensation for its losses.
On 28 January 2012, the Secretary of State for Transport, Patrick McLoughlin, announced the go-ahead for HS2, a 331 mile high speed inter-city rail network that will connect major cities in England.
Taking a tenancy of airport real estate may at first appear little different to leasing any other type of commercial property.
This survey reveals the industry is still recovering from the financial crisis, with divergent views and experiences.
The present economic crisis and the ferocity with which owners and charterers are fighting charterparty disputes have recently increased the instances of scrutiny by the courts of numerous charterparty clauses.
Some press reports suggest that an invitation to bid for the Design and Build Contract for the first phase of the Jeddah metro should be issued during the second quarter of this year.