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Geographical Deviation and the HagueHague-Visby Rules

United Kingdom - October 16 2018 In international sea carriage, deviation from the usual geographic route has traditionally deprived the carrier of the rights and defences (including...

Jai Sharma.

“BALTIC STRAIT” - Who is Entitled to Sue for “Full Damages” in Respect of Cargo Damage?

United Kingdom - July 12 2018 It is not unusual for a seller of goods to raise a credit note to their buyer, in respect of goods that are received in a damaged condition, as a...

Ian Woods.

Termination Notices: Don’t find yourself sad-faced

United Kingdom - April 6 2018 Failing to exercise care in drafting termination letters at the time of termination may block large claims after termination. The terminating party in...

Eleanor Coates.

Package or Unit Limitation under the Hague-Visby Rules

Australia, United Kingdom - March 31 2017 In a landmark judgment handed down this week, the Commercial Court has decided what constitutes a 'unit' for the purposes of limitation under Article...

2017 Revisions to the LMAA Terms of Arbitration

United Kingdom - February 14 2017 On 7 February 2017, the London Maritime Arbitrators Association ("LMAA") published their latest revisions to the LMAA Terms, the Intermediate Claims...

Jai Sharma, Ian Woods.