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Foley & Lardner
Like much of the rest of the world, Europe continues to grapple with the coronavirus pandemic.
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Holman Fenwick Willan LLP
The knock-on effects of the Covid-19 pandemic are continuing to impact the global shipping market, with a shortage of containers coupled with a rebound in demand for goods driving freight costs to unprecedented levels.
Quadrant Chambers
Cases nearly always turn on their own facts. Particular findings of fact (in particular in arbitration, where there is of course no appeal on the facts), can lead to interesting issues of law...
Birketts
The Court of Appeal has recently dismissed the disponent owners' appeal in the Tai Prize and has held that voyage charterers are not liable towards owners for losses caused by misdescription of cargo in bills of lading.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
At a glance: the words "CLEAN ON BOARD" and "SHIPPED in apparent good order and condition" in a draft bill of lading presented to the Master for signature, were merely an invitation by the shippers to the Master ...
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
Knock-for-knock clauses are designed for use in commercial contracts when the parties intend that they shall each be responsible for loss or damage to their own property,
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
2020 was a challenging year for the aviation industry as a whole due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but for Boeing it has been an even more challenging time as it has also had to deal with the global grounding of its flagship product, ...
Gowling WLG
Following a consultation process run during 2020, the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) has identified prioritising improvements to regional rail links as the key to achieving...
Quadrant Chambers
The silver was being carried on the SS Tilawa - a privately-owed merchant ship - during World War II.
Haseltine Lake Kempner LLP
International Civil Aviation Day is celebrated every year to create and reinforce awareness of the impact of international civil aviation on the social and economic development of UN member states.
Schoenherr Attorneys at Law
The automotive sector has been suffering during the coronavirus crisis, with new vehicle registrations in 2020 lagging behind the numbers in 2019.
Hill Dickinson
Historically, cyber-attacks have traditionally focused on attempts to obtain personal or financially sensitive data.
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.
Leigh Day
Fires particularly in hybrid models have hit the headlines as it has become clear that battery packs situated close to fuel tanks present a serious risk.
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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