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Sulphur Cap Series: Part 3 - Options Available To Shipping Companies And Associated Funding
The risk when bunkering non-compliant fuel, therefore, remains firmly with owners.
UK
1 Feb 2019
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A Practical Overview Of The IMO 2020 Sulphur Cap - Part 2
Sulphur Cap Series: Part 2 - Challenges Facing Compliance and Challenges to Enforcement
Worldwide
19 Nov 2018
3
A Practical Overview Of The IMO 2020 Sulphur Cap
Sulphur Cap Series: Part 1 - Scope of the Regulation and the Risks of Non-Compliance
UK
12 Oct 2018
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High Court Financial Loss Not Covered By Shipbuilding Warranty Clause
On 17 November 2016 the High Court ruled that under the warranty clause contained in the shipbuilding contract, the obligation of the Builder after delivery was limited to repair or replace any defects...
UK
23 Nov 2016
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Hanjin Shipping - Current Jurisdictional Status And Options - United Kingdom
England is likely to be the forum where the majority of creditors will have to bring proceedings to recover debts or claim damages for breach of contract.
Worldwide
7 Oct 2016
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Hanjin Shipping Rehabilitation – US Chapter 15 Filing
Following Hanjin obtaining a rehabilitation order protecting its assets from creditors in South Korea Hanjin has obtained a temporary bankruptcy protection order from the District Court of New Jersey.
United States
9 Sep 2016
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Hanjin Shipping Court Rehabilitation - Urgent Update
Following Hanjin obtaining a rehabilitation order protecting its assets from creditors in South Korea, it is understood that Hanjin obtained a recognition order this morning in the UK...
UK
8 Sep 2016
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Hanjin Shipping Court Rehabilitation - Actions Needed
Following Hanjin obtaining a rehabilitation order protecting its assets from creditors in South Korea, the serious repercussions continue to shake global trade.
Worldwide
8 Sep 2016
9
"SEA WELLINGTON" – Anti-Suit Injunction Is Successfully Upheld In The English Court
The Defendant in the Commercial Court proceedings was the receiver of a cargo of sugar carried from Sriracha, Thailand, to Port Sudan aboard the vessel, the "SEA WELLINGTON".
UK
1 Dec 2015
10
2015: Dawn Of A New Era Of Low-Emission Shipping - Issue 4: The Future
The previous articles in this series looked at how the industry is responding to increased regulation post January 2015. In this article, the future will be considered.
UK
2 Aug 2015
11
Global Compliance: Supply Chain Due Diligence And Conflict Minerals
Conflict Minerals, are increasingly becoming the focus of regulation. The EU has proposed a new regulation which could potentially affect an estimated 800,000 European companies operating across multiple sectors.
Worldwide
30 Jul 2015
12
Clyde & Co Shipping Newsletter – July 2015
Clyde & Co Shipping Newsletter – July 2015
UK
22 Jul 2015
13
Clyde & Co LLP Obtain Summary Judgment For Claims Exceeding USD 250 Million
The claim is the second action brought by the Claimants against the Defendants arising from a series of time charterparties entered into between 2004 and 2007, when market rates were substantially higher than they are today.
UK
5 Jul 2015
14
MERS: Potential Charterparty Implications
South Korea's current outbreak of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) has been the focus of much international attention.
UK
17 Jun 2015
15
2015: Dawn Of A New Era Of Low-Emission Shipping - Issue 3: Cylinder Lubrication
In a series of articles, Beth Bradley and Chris Moxon examine the legal issues arising from the modern drive for environmentally aware shipping.
UK
4 Jun 2015
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Worldwide
29 Apr 2015
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2015: Dawn Of A New Era Of Low-Emission Shipping
In a series of articles, Beth Bradley and Chris Moxon examine the legal issues arising from the modern drive for environmentally aware shipping...
UK
10 Apr 2015
18
Guarantees: An Update
A discussion on the case of Meritz Fire & Marine Insurance Co Ltd v (1) Jan de Nul & (2) Codralux SA [2011], where the defendants had entered into ship-building contracts with Huen Woo Steel Co and Meritz, the Korean insurer, issued advance payment guarantees to the defendants in respect of payments made by them to Huen Woo Steel.
Worldwide
28 May 2013
19
Shipping Update - Court of Appeal Considers Notice of Readiness Under Shellvoy 5
In AET Inc Ltd v Arcadia Petroleum Ltd (The "Eagle Valencia") [2010] EWCA Civ 713, the Court of Appeal has considered the circumstances in which a valid Notice of Readiness can be tendered pending grant of free pratique under the Shellvoy 5 form together with Shell Additional Causes (February 1999). Clyde & Co acted for the successful charterers in this case.
UK
22 Jul 2010
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Commencement of laytime: common pitfalls and errors
Determining when laytime commences is essential for both owners and charterers.
UK
3 Jun 2010
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