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Reed Smith (Worldwide)
Hot on the heels of the Sino v Dana decision (reported in our blog on 16 November), the Commercial Court considered the question of notice of appointment of an arbitrator once again in Glencore Agriculture BV (formerly Glencore Grain BV) v Conqueror Holdings Limited [2017] EWHC 2893.
Stephenson Harwood
On 19 October 2017, the Department for Transport ("DfT") published the latest edition of its "Rolling Stock Perspective", the annual policy paper in which the DfT sets out its perspective on rolling stock...
Clyde & Co
In The Eurohope there was a charterparty containing an exclusive jurisdiction clause in favour of the High Court of London.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
By way of follow up to our blog on this matter dated 3 May 2016, the Commercial Court heard a further arbitration appeal earlier this month arising out of the detention of the vessel at Puerto la Cruz...
Keystone Law
While most builds proceed relatively smoothly, given the complexity of projects and the importance of the correct construction sequencing, delays are always possible.
Holman Fenwick Willan LLP
The Court in Dainford Navigation Inc v PDVSA Petroleo SA1 considered an application pursuant to section 44 of the Arbitration Act 1996 (the Act) for the sale of a crude oil cargo onboard...
Kennedys Law
The Court of Appeal considered the availability of compensation for flight delays in circumstances where a passenger booked connecting flights with a non-community carrier, departing from an EU airport...
Clyde & Co
The "LONGCHAMP" – Supreme Court: Hijacked vessel costs incurred during negotiations fall within Rule F of the York-Antwerp Rules 1974
Bircham Dyson Bell LLP
Today's entry reports on the latest delay to a decision on a Development Consent Order decision.
Bircham Dyson Bell LLP
Today's entry reports on latest developments on the proposed Airports National Policy Statement.
Clyde & Co
We have received reports that the " ALI M. ", a 1995 built bulk carrier flying the Cook Islands flag...
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
The Pacific Voyager [2017] EWHC 2579 is a Commercial Court decision about which a number of articles have been written over the last week
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
The Longchamp was commandeered by pirates off Somalia in 2009, who demanded a US$6 million ransom.
Field Fisher
A UK government committee responsible for scrutinising proposed legislation has recommended changes to the UK's draft Space Industry Bill.
Clyde & Co
In a welcome decision for charterers, the Commercial Court has clarified an as-yet unresolved point of law concerning the parameters of a ship owner's obligation to proceed to the loadport with utmost despatch.
Thomas Cooper LLP
Readers will be hard-pressed to avoid the news that Ryanair has been forced to cancel 50 flights a day up to 31 October 2017, which has affected and will affect approximately 400,000 passengers...
Dentons
Shortly after the last ever Monarch Airlines flight landed at Manchester Airport in the early hours of Monday morning, the airline entered administration, prompting the CAA to launch its "biggest peacetime repatriation"...
Holman Fenwick Willan LLP
Welcome to HFW's 'Shipping Insight: Who Rules the Waves?' report which is the first in a series of four publications focussing on a range of issues critical to the shipping industry in 2017.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
"Take the time to prepare and focus on prevention" was the message from the panellists in our webinar on cyber attacks in the shipping industry last week.
Clyde & Co
On 12 October 2017, the Court of Appeal handed down its decision in the joined cases of Gahan v Emirates and Buckley and ors v Emirates [2017] EWCA Civ 1530.
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Field Fisher
A UK government committee responsible for scrutinising proposed legislation has recommended changes to the UK's draft Space Industry Bill.
Clyde & Co
On 12 October 2017, the Court of Appeal handed down its decision in the joined cases of Gahan v Emirates and Buckley and ors v Emirates [2017] EWCA Civ 1530.
Pinsent Masons LLP
proposed implementation period following Brexit is firmly on the political radar and would be good news for insurers, but seems unlikely to be agreed in the short term despite insurers...
Kennedys Law
The Court of Appeal considered the availability of compensation for flight delays in circumstances where a passenger booked connecting flights with a non-community carrier, departing from an EU airport...
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
This week the Commercial Court handed down judgment in Tonicstar Limited v (1) Allianz Insurance PLC; (2) Sirius International Insurance Corporation ( PUBL) (London Branch) [2017]...
Clyde & Co
In a welcome decision for charterers, the Commercial Court has clarified an as-yet unresolved point of law concerning the parameters of a ship owner's obligation to proceed to the loadport with utmost despatch.
Thomas Cooper LLP
Readers will be hard-pressed to avoid the news that Ryanair has been forced to cancel 50 flights a day up to 31 October 2017, which has affected and will affect approximately 400,000 passengers...
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