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Wrongful to refuse a reasonably satisfactory LOU offered pursuant to ASG2, holds Court of Appeal

United Kingdom - June 21 2022 The Court of Appeal has found that if parties agree to a collision jurisdiction agreement (CJA) in the form proposed by the Admiralty Solicitors Group…

Jim Cashman

Piracy

Global - June 15 2022 Piracy is defined in Article 101 of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea 1982 (UNCLOS) as 'any illegal act of violence or detention…

William Maclachlan

Piracy in the Gulf of Guinea - New Legislation in Nigeria

Guinea, Nigeria - May 23 2022 The scourge of piracy in the Gulf of Guinea (GoG) and along the West African coastline is well known. Until last week, pirates who kidnapped vessels…

Tunde Adesokan, Richard Neylon

The Shipping Law Review: piracy

Global - September 29 2021 Piracy is defined in Article 101 of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea 1982 (UNCLOS) as 'any illegal act of violence or detention…

William Maclachlan

Maritime Boundaries: Outlook in 2021

European Union, United Kingdom - March 26 2021 As the dust settles on 2020 we highlight two current issues in the sphere of maritime boundaries as examples as to how these issues and disputes may…

Paul Dean