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The meaning of “goods lost or damaged” within the meaning of the Hague-Visby Rules

United Kingdom - January 25 2023 This case concerned a cargo of zinc calcine loaded in Baltimore on the vessel THORCO LINEAGE for carriage to Hobart, Australia. The contract of…

Anthony Menzies

Political Unrest in Latin America - The 2023 Outlook

Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru - January 16 2023 Latin America is no stranger to unrest. On and off, the region has suffered decades of political turmoil, the growing pains of economies many of…

Anthony Menzies

Anti-suit Injunctions in the Post-Brexit World

European Union, United Kingdom - September 26 2022 If two parties (A and B) enter into a contract conferring exclusive jurisdiction on the English court, then in principle only the English court may…

Anthony Menzies

Commercial Court upholds CMR Convention limits Knapfield v. C.A.R.S Holdings Ltd & Ors (2022)

United Kingdom - June 16 2022 The Convention on the Contract for the International Carriage of Goods by Road (the CMR Convention) has been ratified by most European states, and…

Emma Lidstrom, Anthony Menzies

Credit risk cover in a marine cargo policy - Court of Appeal issues judgment in ABN Amro case

United Kingdom - December 13 2021 The Claimant in these proceedings (the Bank) entered into commodity financing transactions, colloquially known as “repo” contracts, under which it…

Anthony Menzies