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Force majeure or exceptions - ‘a breach in the defences’ and the Court of Appeal’s significant restriction of the ‘Golden Victory’ principle

Brazil, Malaysia - July 10 2019 This article discusses the case of Classic Maritime Inc -v- Limbungan Makmur Sdn Bhd [2019] EWCA Civ 1102. Court of Appeal judgment Two important…

Julian Clark, Winnie Mah

Decarbonisation and shipping: ship recycling - a changing landscape

European Union, Hong Kong, OECD, United Kingdom - July 22 2021 As the drive to decarbonise shipping gains increasing momentum, and as incentives and pressure on shipowners to operate more efficient and greener…

Christina Petroulia, Trudie Protopapas

Decarbonisation and shipping: The UK’s position on greenhouse gas emissions from shipping

European Union, United Kingdom - January 27 2021 In January 2019, the UK government published Maritime 2050 - the Government’s strategic vision for the future of the British maritime sector. In…

Charlotte Wood

Decarbonisation and shipping: International Maritime Organization ambitions and measures

United Kingdom - November 4 2020 The International Maritime Organization (IMO) is the division of the United Nations (UN) which regulates shipping. The shipping industry is not…

Beth Bradley

Disclosure pilot - new procedure

United Kingdom - February 27 2019 From 1 January 2019 a mandatory disclosure pilot is running in the Business and Property Courts of England and Wales. The pilot disclosure rules…

Julian Clark, Winnie Mah, Claire Messer