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After Wakashio, is the Bunker Convention fit for purpose?

United Kingdom - August 18 2020 What has happened in the Indian Ocean provides confirmation that increased payouts cannot come soon enough, and governments of coastal states should…

Singapore Set to Extend the High Court's Admiralty Jurisdiction to Special Compensation Claims Arising from Salvage Operations

Singapore - July 15 2020 On 26 May 2020, the Singapore Parliament passed a Bill to amend the High Court (Admiralty Jurisdiction) Act (Cap. 123, 2001 Rev Ed) (the "Act")…

Ik Wei Chong.

COVID-19 UK: Marine sector access to court and arbitration

United Kingdom - March 27 2020 The impact of Coronavirus on UK Court and Arbitration access. Inevitably in current circumstances, UK Courts and Tribunals are facing challenges in…

Hatty Sumption, Miranda Karali.

RENOS: A problem solved or created?

United Kingdom - June 26 2019 Two issues were before the court to decide. The first issue concerned whether or not all costs incurred in salvage were to be considered as part of…

David Handley.

The “RENOS” - Court of Appeal Clarifies CTL Calculation and Right of Abandonment

United Kingdom - March 8 2018 In the matter of the "RENOS", Mr Justice Knowles addressed a number of issues, at first instance, regarding the calculation of total loss of the…

David Handley.