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Salvage through litigation in insolvency: considering third-party funding
Maritime salvage principles are used to ensure insolvency practitioners are paid properly incurred litigation costs.
Australia
4 Oct 2018
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To stay or not to stay? Stay and suspension of enforcement proceedings in cross border insolvencies
The Court was required to determine the scope of a stay arising under the UNCITRAL Model Law on Cross Border Insolvency.
Australia
14 Dec 2016
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Is Toll and Sea Swift merger the exception or a new normal?
Sea Swift was granted authorisation to acquire Toll's marine freight operations in the NT and Far North Queensland.
Australia
11 Aug 2016
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What does Glencore's Tribunal application mean for infrastructure investors?
Glencore's application followed the new lessor significantly increasing navigation charges at the Port of Newcastle.
Australia
23 May 2016
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ACCC and competition between ports
State Governments should protect opportunities for competition between port facilities in the context of privatisation.
Australia
23 Dec 2015
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A bow wave of reform at our ports?
We consider key implications for access seekers, port operators and port privatisations.
Australia
24 May 2015
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Port of Darwin: Too much discretion for the regulator?
The Ports Management Bill vests significant discretion in the Utilities Commission, a notionally independent regulator.
Australia
19 Mar 2015
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Marine Estate Management Legislation in NSW
The Marine Estate Management Act impacts people carrying out commercial or recreational activities in NSW coastal waters.
Australia
21 Jan 2015
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Navigating Australian admiralty law: The ability to claim against and arrest a ship in Australian waters
Claims relating to the use or deployment of a ship or the business of its owner or charterer are becoming commonplace.
Australia
21 Mar 2014
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Protection of the sea from pollution by oil from ships: Findings of recent sentencing judgments
Two recent judgments provide some useful current guidance on sentencing considerations for marine pollution offences,
Australia
20 Feb 2014
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The Seacare Review Report: Will its recommendations be implemented?
The article discusses the proposed reforms to occupational health and safety (OHS) regulation in the maritime industry.
Australia
3 Aug 2013
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A rose is still a rose by any other name: a party’s name though misdescribed is still a party to and bound by the arbitration agreement
This decision demonstrates the importance of identifying a party's name to an arbitration agreement with precision.
Australia
1 Aug 2012
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