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Coverage On The Fly: The Future Of The Insurance Industry
A major issue for both commercial and recreational operators of drones is ensuring they have appropriate insurance coverage.
Australia
14 Dec 2017
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Avoiding An "ECDIS Assisted Grounding"
Following on from our article Collisions, ECDIS and "All available means", we release our second article in the series regarding "Avoiding an ECDIS Assisted Grounding".
UK
29 Nov 2017
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General Average In Offshore Construction Projects: Salient Lessons
The recent Federal Court of Australia decision of Offshore Marine Services Alliance Pty Ltd v Leighton Contractors Pty Ltd [2017] FCA 333 provides some salient lessons for parties involved...
Australia
8 May 2017
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What Foreign "Maritime Liens" Are Enforceable In Australia?
The Full Court of the Federal Court of Australia has held that a foreign maritime lien for the supply of bunkers cannot exist in Australia.
Australia
20 Dec 2016
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OW Bunker - A Global Overview: Australia
The RES COGITANS decision is not binding on Australian Courts; however, the judgment could be highly persuasive in circumstances where the relevant parties to the contract were Australian entities.
Australia
29 Jul 2016
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Who Is A "Passenger"?
The New South Wales Court of Appeal (NSWCA) recently considered whether the Civil Aviation (Carriers' Liability) Act 1967 (NSW) (the CACLA) applied to a person injured on a helicopter, other than the pilot, while conducting an aerial inspection of power lines.
Australia
22 Apr 2016
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Passenger Claim Dismissed After 9 Year Battle – Federal Court Rejects Ability Of State Tribunals To Determine Carriage By Air Claims
This decision will be significant to aviation industry participants in assessing whether claimants in the context of international or domestic carriage by air have commenced claims in an appropriate forum in Australia.
Australia
21 Apr 2016
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Cabotage In New Zealand And Australia - A World Of Difference Between Neighbours?
New Zealand (NZ) is a relatively small nation by traditional measures.
New Zealand
15 Jul 2015
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Port State Control In Australia - AMSA Publishes New Guidelines
On four occasions over the past nine months the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) has exercised its powers under the Navigation Act 2012 (Act)...
Australia
28 May 2015
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Harper Review Recommends Changes To Australia’s Cabotage Regime And Liner Shipping Exemption
On 31 March 2015 the much anticipated Final Report of Australia's Competition Policy Review Panel was released.
Australia
14 Apr 2015
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Cabotage Reform In Australia - The 2012 "Reforms" And The Need For Further Reform
To fully appreciate the significance of the 2012 reforms, it is important to consider the cabotage regime in Australia prior to the enactment of the 2012 reforms.
Australia
20 Feb 2015
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The "NISSOS AMORGOS" - Court Dismisses P&I Club’s Claim For Indemnity From The IOPC Fund 1971
This decision, and the subsequent conduct of the 1971 International Oil Pollution Fund, will affect oil pollution compensation payments until a legally binding agreement can be reached.
UK
17 Feb 2015
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