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Elias Neocleous & Co LLC
On 21 October 2020 the admiralty division of the Supreme Court issued a judgment (in Admiralty Action 6/2020) confirming that a warrant of arrest may only be issued only in in rem proceedings...
Michael Kyprianou Advocates & Legal Consultants
In the age of Covid19, of climate change and taking into consideration the new regulations which the Paris Agreement brought, the shipping industry is embracing good practices so as to become...
Michael Kyprianou Advocates & Legal Consultants
Ship arrest is a complicated area of civil law which may well vary in different jurisdictions. In Cyprus, ship arrest is enforced by the Administration of Justice Act Part 1 of the Arrest Convention in 1952, ...
Elias Neocleous & Co LLC
On 30 September 2020 the Shipping Deputy Ministry issued Circular 20/2020, notifying interested parties of the entry into force of the 2018 amendments to the Code of the Maritime Labour Convention...
European Union
Foley & Lardner
Like much of the rest of the world, Europe continues to grapple with the coronavirus pandemic.
Germany
Bardehle Pagenberg
The EPO considered determining whether a suspicious vehicle needs to be stopped to detect a toll offence is a legal requirement and thus non-technical.
Ireland
William Fry
The NTA has begun a public consultation process to take on board any concerns or feedback before implementing these regulations.
Italy
Boccadutri International Law Firm
The new law regarding the use of electric scooters has been in force since February, a period in which Italian cities were beginning to fall under lockdown measures due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Arnone & Sicomo
Понятием "государственный флаг" имеется ввиду что определённое Государство таким
Arnone & Sicomo
Procedures to change flag in Italy: read here all information.
Malta
GVZH Advocates
With 850 vessels bigger than 24m, the Malta Shipping Register is now the largest superyacht register worldwide. These superyachts employ various specialised sectors on top of the regular seafaring operators.
Ganado Advocates
One of the principle purposes of the EU Regulation 1257/2013 on ship recycling which came into force in December 2019, is to ensure that hazardous waste from resulting from ship recycling is subject to environmentally sound management.
KPMG Malta
Stephan Piazza interviewed by Ship Management International.
UK
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
Welcome back to our new series of ‘back to basics' blogs in which we will provide blogs focused on common legal issues. This blog post looks at letters of indemnity, a sometimes...
Hill Dickinson
Welcome to this month's edition of our shipping case digest, providing you with concise and useful summaries of recent legal decisions in the shipping market.
Hill Dickinson
A recent decision of the Indian Supreme Court, The Chairman, Board of Trustees, Cochin Port Trust -v- M/S Arebee Star Maritime Agencies pvt Ltd & ors
Hill Dickinson
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) is the division of the United Nations (UN) which regulates shipping.
Leigh Day
A cyclist injured in a collision near Wakefield has called for harsher sentences for careless driving offences after the young driver who collided with him was handed only five points on his licence
Leigh Day
TAN was granted permission in July to apply for judicial review of the green light for the multi billion pounds roads expansion programme on the grounds of its climate change impact.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
2020 has presented a number of challenges to the shipping industry, certainly none more so than the global pandemic which has significantly disrupted international trade and profoundly affected crew welfare.
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