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Reed Smith (Worldwide)
Clients are always on the lookout for commercial advice that helps to manage modern trends and current challenges. In the transportation and logistics industry this includes the opportunities...
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
Charterers successfully appealed an arbitration award under section 69 Arbitration Act 1996 on the basis that Owners did not submit all supporting documents for a demurrage claim...
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
In an alert last year, we looked at payment obligations under English law and how payment instruments commonly referred to as ‘guarantees' may be misleading.
Clyde & Co
The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, including worldwide restrictions on movement and disruptions to almost every industry and supply chain
Clyde & Co
In the first article of our three-part series, we examined the Poseidon Principles. In this second article, we consider the implementation of these Principles.
Clyde & Co
Inevitably in current circumstances, UK Courts and Tribunals are facing challenges in continuing to provide services to Court users. The legal issues that we are currently seeing arise will inevitably require Court involvement...
Clyde & Co
The cruise industry has been significantly affected by the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Here we discuss the impact to the cruise industry so far and the impact it may have in the future.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
The Court of Appeal upheld the decision of the Admiralty Judge in ‘The CMA CGM LIBRA' in that a defective Passage Plan can render a vessel unseaworthy notwithstanding...
Clyde & Co
The Court of Appeal has confirmed that defects in passage planning, as well as charts that have not been fully updated, will render a vessel unseaworthy.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
In response to the evolving challenges facing the shipping industry in 2019, BIMCO has released new standard sanctions clauses for time and voyage charter parties.
Clyde & Co
Welcome to our marine newsletter for January 2020. This edition brings you an update on recent decisions and legal developments affecting the maritime industry around the world.
Clyde & Co
Earlier this year, the High Court ruled in HSBC Bank Plc v Pearl Corp & Ors. [2019] EWHC 231 (Comm) that HSBC Bank PLC could enforce its claim for USD 9 million
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
There seem to be endless variations of the clauses in voyage charterparties requiring owners to provide copies of the relevant or supporting ...
DLA Piper
The Mobility as a Service (MaaS) market is predicted to reach $500 billion by 2030, offering door-to-door integrated, seamless mobility and improved travel experience.
Fenwick Elliott LLP
Force majeure clauses are nearly always included in commercial contracts, particularly in the infrastructure, energy and construction sectors.
Ocorian
As the deadline for the most dramatic fuel regulation change since the turn of the millennium nears (IMO 2020), Ocorian Executive Director...
Worldwide
Clyde & Co
In April 2018, the International Maritime Organisation (the "IMO"), took the unprecedented step of committing the shipping industry to a long-term strategy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions ...
Clyde & Co
1 March 2020 carriage ban, enforcement actions against vessels, and claims under bunker supply contracts
Clyde & Co
Global law firm Clyde & Co has successfully represented Qatari port operator QTerminals in the largest port concession tender in Ukraine.
Clyde & Co
In recent years the shipping industry has faced a significant number of bunker quality claims, most notably arising out of the so-called "Houston problem",
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