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Keeping up with the Game of Drones - New registration & accreditation scheme
Article outlines & discusses the new measures to assist with identifying rogue pilots who evade responsibility after a crash.
Australia
17 Sep 2019
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Navigating shipping disputes: Equitable set off
This shipping video discusses when equitable set off can be validly used to deduct cross claims under charterparties.
Australia
7 Jun 2019
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Stallion Eight Shipping Co. S.A. v Natwest Markets Plc – reaffirming creditors right to secure claims via ship arrest
Article discusses recent decision that invites a number of conclusions of interest to those involved in maritime commerce.
Australia
 
22 May 2019
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Stallion Eight Shipping Co SA v Natwest Markets Plc – reaffirming creditor rights to secure claims via ship arrest
Creditors in the shipping industry with a maritime claim can secure their claims relatively easily by arresting a ship.
Australia
18 May 2019
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The narrow channel rule and the crossing rule collide – Evergreen Marine v Nautical Challenge
In these specific circumstances, the UK court applied the narrow channel rule, and the crossing rule was disapplied.
UK
18 May 2019
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Arbitrating disputes under shipbuilding contracts – the importance of timing
The timing of strategic steps may significantly impact the balance of power between parties and can make or break a case.
UK
18 May 2019
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LIBOR discontinuation: Is the shipping finance industry ready?
Investors, banks and companies active in the shipping sector should update transactions using LIBOR which run past 2021.
Australia
18 May 2019
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Modern slavery and human trafficking reporting: the risks of modern slavery in maritime supply chains
The global shipping industry has been identified as particularly susceptible to risks associated with modern slavery.
Australia
21 May 2018
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Changes to the Heavy Vehicle National Law coming in mid-2018
Australia's transport ministers resolved that the HVNL should be better aligned with other national safety legislation.
Australia
11 Apr 2018
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Game of drones – what does the rise of the drone mean for insurers?
Flying drones raise many legal risks - cyber-security, crime, product liability, employee safety, trespass and privacy.
Australia
20 Sep 2017
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What makes the transport industry so vulnerable to cyber-attacks?
To reduce the costs of a cyber incident, transport companies should improve systems and training and consider insurance.
Australia
4 Sep 2017
12
Agent v Principal? Agency in Australian competition law
The High Court found the agent (Flight Centre) was in competition with airlines to supply international airline tickets.
Australia
4 Aug 2017
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Continuing reform of the Heavy Vehicle National Law – Now is the time to ensure you comply
It is critical to prepare now by examining your systems and ensuring you are able to comply with these new obligations.
Australia
20 Jun 2017
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Cybercrime in the shipping industry – modern day pirates pose new risks
Shipping companies are vulnerable to the same cyber threats as other industries, and also face other unique threats.
Australia
1 May 2017
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Heathrow set for take-off?
This article walks through the process and the anticipated timeline that may deliver a new runway at Heathrow Airport.
UK
5 Jan 2017
16
Islamic finance – Aviation and innovation
Innovation could further increase the significance of Islamic finance as a source of finance for the aviation industry.
United Arab Emirates
5 Jan 2017
17
Airline regulation – what you need to know with Brexit approaching
There is no certainty about these airline issues until terms of the UK exit are negotiated with its remaining members.
UK
5 Jan 2017
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Bound by intention? Novus Aviation Limited v Alubaf Arab International Bank BSC (c)
Parties must be careful when drafting and executing documents and letters which they do not intend to be legally binding.
UK
5 Jan 2017
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Outer Suburban Arterial Roads (OSARs Program) industry briefing - Project news update 21 October 2016
Partnerships Victoria and VicRoads presented the second industry briefing on the Outer Suburban Arterial Roads project.
Australia
 
17 Nov 2016
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Can public price announcements be an invitation to collude? The EU's liner shipping investigation
In its preliminary findings, the Commission did indicate that the price announcements could constitute price signalling.
Australia
16 Nov 2016
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