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Federal Regulator To Accept Comments On Proposed Curbs To Late Charges For Containers
Less than a year after the West Coast ports of the United States recovered from labor disputes that resulted in significant transportation delays, the 2016...
United States
11 Jan 2017
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U.S. Federal Judge Refuses To Alter Bankruptcy Orders Protecting Hanjin Shipping Co. Ltd.
The federal district court in New Jersey recently denied an appeal by maritime creditors of Hanjin to lift bankruptcy protections and allow arrest of Hanjin's vessels in and near U.S. ports.
United States
28 Sep 2016
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Emergency Appeal In Hanjin Shipping Case Highlights Disconnect Between Bankruptcy And Maritime Law In The United States
A number of towage and bunker suppliers have requested the intervention of a district court judge to clarify whether the U.S. Bankruptcy Court has authority to "effectively extinguish... maritime liens" on chartered vessels.
United States
21 Sep 2016
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Hanjin Shipping Now Under U.S. Bankruptcy Protection: Options For Shippers And Intermediaries
Where shippers or forwarders cannot avoid exposure under their contracts, they may still have to resort to insurance.
United States
15 Sep 2016
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UNCITRAL Model Law Assists In Flow Of Hanjin Containers During Bankruptcy
In China, where the largest number of Hanjin vessels have reportedly been arrested, the Model Law has not been adopted.
Worldwide
15 Sep 2016
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The Gap Is Closing On Vessel Seizures In The Hanjin Emergency
If Hanjin Shipping Co. Ltd. fails in its attempts to reorganize and emerge from bankruptcy proceedings in Korea, it would represent the largest container shipping company to date to collapse.
United States
7 Sep 2016
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