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Aircraft Liens And Detention Rights - Isle Of Man Chapter
Andrew Webb and Alexandra Dernie provide the Isle of Man contribution to Sweet & Maxwell's global guide, Aircraft Liens and Detention Rights.
Isle of Man
8 May 2019
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Business Aviation Law In Europe
The European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) is the leading organisation for operators of business aircraft in Europe.
Isle of Man
25 Apr 2019
3
Shipping Law 2017/2018
Managing Director, Mark Dougherty, together with associate Kirsten Middleton are the authors of the IOM Shipping chapter in this internationally renowned publication.
Isle of Man
25 Apr 2018
4
Cobbler Required For DQ
Senior Associate Leanne McKeown addressed the ACSP's packed AGM at the end of October on the topic of "Employment Law Developments – Equality and Whistleblowing".
Isle of Man
14 Dec 2016
5
DQ Aviation Team Attends EBACE 2016
Leading Isle of Man law firm DQ Advocates ("DQ") recently attended another leading European business aviation industry event.
Isle of Man
10 Jun 2016
6
Isle of Man Space & Satellite Industry Remains Strong: SSPI Survey
At the request of Government, the Isle of Man chapter of the Society of Satellite Professionals International is formulating an industry-led space policy for the Island to support the work of the Manx Government.
Isle of Man
19 Apr 2016
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DQ's Aviation Team Flies To Top Of Legal 500
It has been a busy year for DQ's Aviation Team. DQ's specialist aviation lawyers (Stephen Dougherty, Tom Maher and Matthew Kinrade) have been very active in the market.
Isle of Man
1 Dec 2015
8
DQ Contributes IOM Chapter To Corporate Jet Investor's Official Guide To Aircraft Registration And Tax
Stephen Dougherty, head of DQ's aviation team, has again been invited to contribute a chapter to Corporate Jet Investor's "The Official Guide to Aircraft Registration and Tax 2016", following his contribution to the previous Guide in 2014.
Isle of Man
19 Nov 2015
9
Part-NCC – How Will It Affect An Aircraft Registered On The Isle Of Man Aircraft Registry?
Part-NCC comprises Regulation (EC) No 216/2008 which came into force on 25 August 2008 and Regulation EC 965/2012 which came into force on 28 October 2012.
Isle of Man
13 Nov 2015
10
Manx Maritime Skills Showcased In London
The Isle of Man Maritime Group's rousing evening reception was one of the highlights of this year's London International Shipping Week.
Isle of Man
21 Sep 2015
11
DQ Shipping Team Advises On US$1bn Joint Venture
DQ's shipping team has advised Crédit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank (CA-CIB) on the establishment of an Isle of Man company Sea Bridge Finance...
Isle of Man
18 May 2015
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New ICAO Regulations Will Make Private Aviation More Professional
Introduced in 1964, the Learjet 23, the world‟s first purpose-built private jet, was classed by aviation regulators under the category of General Aviation‟, with very few restrictions in the way it was operated.
Isle of Man
22 Apr 2015
13
The British Crown Dependencies - Ready For Take Off!
The British Crown Dependencies are self-governing possessions of the British Crown and distinct from the UK Overseas Territories.
Isle of Man
15 Jul 2014
14
Limitation Of Liability Convention For Maritime Claims (Update)
The Courts in the Isle of Man have again upheld the right of a shipowner resident in the Isle of Man to limit their liability under the 1976 Convention.
Isle of Man
20 May 2014
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The Isle Of Man Ship Registry Continues To Excel
The Isle of Man Ship Registry has just moved in to 14th place in the table of world registers by tonnage.
Isle of Man
16 Jan 2014
16
BizJet Consolidation - Textron Buys Beechcraft
So 2013 turned out to be a good one for Textron.
Isle of Man
9 Jan 2014
17
BizAv Start Up Doing Wheely Well
It is hard to keep up with Wheels Up. The company was only launched in August and already has already taken delivery of four King Airs.
Isle of Man
2 Dec 2013
18
Aviation Report: Positive Signs From NBAA 2013
Las Vegas is the preferred destination for conference delegates for the obvious entertainments that the infamous city provides. Vegas was the destination for this year's National Business Aviation Association ("NBAA") conference, but despite this, the numbers of delegates and attendees did not meet expectations with only 175 more people attending compared with 2012.
Isle of Man
14 Nov 2013
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Don't Lie When Selling A Jet, Even To Gadaffi!
At times it must be fun being a judge. Last month, Mr Justice Peter Smith, an English judge, found himself telling His Royal Highness Prince Al-Waleed Bin Talal Bin Abdul Aziz Al-Saud – one of the world's richest men – that it is not OK to lie when selling an aircraft. Even when the buyer was Colonel Gaddafi.
Isle of Man
22 Aug 2013
20
Maritime Labour Convention 2006 Coming Into Force
The International Labour Organisation's Maritime Labour Convention 2006 (the "Convention") comes into force on 20 August 2013. It consolidates and updates the existing extensive instruments currently in place.
Isle of Man
20 Jul 2013
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