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Current Challenges and Risks for Oil and Gas

USA, Netherlands, United Kingdom, European Union - May 3 2019 On 3 April 2019, Quadrant Chambers held its Annual Energy Disputes Event. This year, the focus was on the current challenges and risks for the oil...

Chris Smith QC, Gemma Morgan.

What is an “ordinary” seizure? Government interferences and laytime under the Sugar Charter Party 1999 - Simon Rainey QC and Andrew Carruth

United Kingdom - March 19 2019 On 2 November 2018, the Commercial Court allowed an appeal under section 69 of the Arbitration Act 1996 relating to the meaning of the phrase...

Andrew Carruth.

Dealing with hopeless Section 68 applications: all working well or time to get tougher?- Simon Rainey QC

United Kingdom - December 17 2018 Two recent decisions of the Commercial Court shed different lights on the Commercial Court’s policy of weeding out hopeless section 68 applications at...

Volcafe v. CSAV 2018 UKSC 61: Who has to prove what, when? Cargo damage claims and the burden of proof under the Hague (and Hague-Visby) Rules

United Kingdom - December 5 2018 The Supreme Court’s judgment in Volcafe v CSAV, handed down today, is essential reading for all involved in the carriage of goods by sea, whether...

Benjamin Coffer, David Semark, John Russell.

Force Majeure, Alternative Modes of Performance and “Eggs in one Basket”

United Kingdom - September 18 2018 A contract contains two modes of performance, A or B. Historically, the obligor has used mode A which becomes unavailable due to a natural disaster...

Andrew Leung.