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Service Of Notice In Arbitration (Video)
In this video Marie Kelly discusses the steps claimants can take to ensure valid service of notices in arbitration, following guidance from the London Maritime Arbitrators Association.
UK
10 Sep 2019
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Wrecked, Abandoned Or Hazardous Vessels Act - What Do Insurers And Risk Managers Need To Know?
At least initially, compliance with the Wreck Removal Insurance regime is being enforced through an honor system.
Canada
12 Jul 2019
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USMCA – Impact On Transport
On September 30, 2018, Canada, Mexico, and the United States agreed to a trilateral trade agreement called the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA)
Canada
29 Nov 2018
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BC Expands Spill Reporting Obligations To Areas Of Federal Jurisdiction
In the spring of 2016, British Columbia amended the Environmental Management Act (EMA) to establish comprehensive requirements for transporters of liquid petroleum products concerning spill preparedn
Canada
29 Nov 2018
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Can You Contract Out Of The Limitation Of Liability Convention? A Cautionary Tale
The English Supreme Court recently dealt with whether parties to a contract involving the use of a vessel can, and did, exclude the application of the Convention on Limitation of Liability for Maritime Claims 1976...
Canada
1 Dec 2016
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John Bromley Publishes Chapter In The International Comparative Legal Guide To: Shipping Law 2016 Edition
Partner John Bromley's published chapter on Shipping Law in Canada has been featured in the 2016 edition of The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Shipping Law; published by Global Legal Group Ltd, London.
Canada
25 Jul 2016
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Canada – Asian Gypsy Moth Season
Spring marks the beginning of Asian Gypsy Moth ("AGM") season in Canada. The AGM is an invasive species known to cause widespread destruction to vegetation.
Canada
8 Apr 2016
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Shelley Chapelski And Andrew Stainer Author Ship Arrest In Canada
Shelley Chapelski and Andrew Stainer author the "Ship Arrest in Canada" chapter of the 10th edition of the Ship Arrests in Practice Guide.
Canada
17 Jan 2016
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John Bromley Publishes Chapter In The International Comparative Legal Guide To: Shipping Law 2015 Edition
Partner John Bromley publishes an article on Shipping Law in Canada featured in chapter 7 of the 2015 edition of The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Shipping Law; published by Global Legal Group Ltd, London.
Canada
3 Aug 2015
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Quebec Government Launches Maritime Strategy
On June 29, the Government of Quebec launched the province's first maritime strategy. The strategy covers the 15-year period from 2015 to 2030.
Canada
15 Jul 2015
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Lancement De La Stratégie Maritime Du Québec
Enfin, la lutte contre l'érosion côtière et le soutien des communautés concernées visent à sécuriser les infrastructures et les bâtiments de plusieurs communautés locales et à prévenir des répercussions sociales et économiques.
Canada
8 Jul 2015
12
Arresting Times - Sister Ship Arrests In Canada Clarified
The law of sister ship arrest in Canada was recently clarified to confirm that sister ship arrests cannot be ‘stacked’.
Canada
3 Dec 2014
13
CETA – Opening Up Canadian Waterways To Foreign Vessels
In Canada, "cabotage" laws exist which means that foreign registered vessels cannot perform commercial marine operations solely within domestic waters.
Canada
26 Sep 2014
14
John Bromley And Shelley Chapelski Publish Article In Tradewinds Magazine
Partners John Bromley and Shelley Chapelski published the article "Canada's top court gives key guidance on liability limits"
Canada
22 Jul 2014
15
LNG Shipping From Canada
Wylie Spicer of our Calgary office and authority on Canadian maritime law discusses legal issues affecting LNG shipping from Canada
Canada
28 May 2014
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Supreme Court Holds Limitation Of Liability To Be Virtually Unbreakable
The Supreme Court gave an important decision on the limitation of liability for maritime claims and wilful misconduct under a marine insurance contract.
Canada
1 May 2014
17
New TSB Regulations Promise Simplicity And Clarity For Canadian Marine Industry
The Transportation Safety Board has recently changed its regulations for the first time in 22 years.
Canada
17 Apr 2014
18
BC Supreme Court Clarifies Application Of Maritime Limitation Periods
The BC Supreme Court recently determined that the two-year limitation period found Article 16 of the Athens Convention (the "Convention"), incorporated into Canadian law through the Marine Liability Act, S.C. 2001, c. 6 ("MLA"), applies only to carriers.
Canada
5 Apr 2014
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Oil Spill Preparedness And Response: Setting A Course For The Future
With the much discussed proposed rise in marine and tanker traffic to Northern British Columbia and other potentially sensitive areas of the country, Canada’s oil spill preparedness and response regime has come under increasing scrutiny.
Canada
20 Jan 2014
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BC Court Of Appeal Upholds The Right Of A Shipowner To Direct Payment Of Freight
The B.C. Court of Appeal has confirmed that a ship owner which is a party to a bill of lading has the right to direct payment of unpaid freight that would otherwise be payable to a third party.
Canada
25 Oct 2013
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