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Mayer Brown JSM
Amendments to the Maritime Labour Convention designed to address crew abandonment will shortly come into force.
Clyde & Co
The RES COGITANS decision is, strictly speaking, not binding on the Hong Kong Courts, but it is likely to have persuasive effect. The RES COGITANS decision is, strictly speaking, not binding on the Hong Kong Courts...
Clyde & Co
Given the nature of their businesses, shipping companies may be involved as respondents in arbitration proceedings in different jurisdictions.
Clyde & Co
There has been a notable upsurge – or, rather, resurge – in commercial aircraft pre-delivery payment ("PDP") financing over the past 12 to 18 months.
Ince & Co
The quantification of damages for the loss of use of a ship damaged in collision where her owner maintains and substitutes a reserve ship for his damaged ship came up for determination.
Mayer Brown JSM
As would be expected of a leading maritime centre, Hong Kong is supportive of arbitration, with strong legal institutions and a favourable statutory framework.
Wang Jing & Co
As reported by 21CBH on 18 February 2014, Hong Kong officials visited Beijing lobbying on the formation of the Pearl River Delta Emissions Control Area (ECA).
Ince & Co
Like London buses, you wait an age for one and none come; but when they do, three come along at once.
Ince & Co
This case arose out of the common scenario where a supplier delivers bunkers to a "fleet" of ships it believes are under common control and extends credit terms to its customer.
Ince & Co
In this article, we examine the recent Hong Kong case, MV Jimrise, and consider what guidance it offers on when the courts in Hong Kong will set aside a ship arrest and order damages for wrongful arrest.
Blank Rome LLP
From a tiny fishing village and colonial trading port of tea, Hong Kong has transformed itself into, and is well established as, a global maritime and financial hub.
Ince & Co
In the recent case of "Birnam Ltd v. The Owners of the Ship or Vessel Hong Ming", the Hong Kong Courts set aside a Warrant of Arrest obtained by the Buyers under a sale and purchase agreement.
Ince & Co
The Hong Kong Shipping Register is currently one of the top registers in the world and has attracted significant international tonnage.
Ince & Co
The current difficulties in the shipping markets have re-focussed attention on mortgage enforcement.
Ince & Co
By virtue of Sections 12B-12E of the High Court Ordinance ("HCO"), and with a number of exceptions, the provisions of the International Convention Relating to the Arrest of Seagoing Ships, Brussels, 10 May 1952 (the "1952 Convention") now apply in Hong Kong.
Holman Fenwick Willan LLP
The Court of Final Appeal (the highest court in Hong Kong) recently handed down an important decision on claims concerning misdelivery of cargo in Carewins Development (China) Limited v Bright Fortune Shipping Limited (FACV No.13 of 2008, 12 May 2009).
Barlow Lyde & Gilbert LLP
In this article, we examine a recent Hong Kong High Court decision on Cathay Pacific's policy requiring consent by cabin crew to disclosure of their medical records.
Appleby
The growth and expansion of the Asian aviation market has been well served by Appleby's Hong Kong office, which has long been recognised for its expertise in aircraft finance law.
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Clyde & Co
Given the nature of their businesses, shipping companies may be involved as respondents in arbitration proceedings in different jurisdictions.
Mayer Brown JSM
Amendments to the Maritime Labour Convention designed to address crew abandonment will shortly come into force.
Clyde & Co
The RES COGITANS decision is, strictly speaking, not binding on the Hong Kong Courts, but it is likely to have persuasive effect. The RES COGITANS decision is, strictly speaking, not binding on the Hong Kong Courts...
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