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Does a claim for time spent “waiting for charterers’ orders” fall within a 90 day demurrage time bar provision?

United Kingdom - March 23 2018 Does a claim for “waiting for Charterers’ orders” fall within a 90 day demurrage time bar? On the wording of this particular charter, the Court said…

Charlotte Evenden.

Does a claim for “waiting for charterers’ orders” fall within a 90 day demurrage time bar provision?

United Kingdom - February 22 2018 Lukoil Asia Pacific Pte Limited v. Ocean Tankers (Pte) Limited (Ocean Neptune) [2018] EWHC 163 (Comm) Does a claim for “waiting for charterers’…

Charlotte Evenden.

Cyber risks facing ship managers

United Kingdom - February 14 2018 Digitalisation of shipping and the associated cyber risk vulnerabilities are hotly debated and discussed topics in the shipping industry, both at…

Adam Swierczewski.

Supreme Court declines jurisdiction over successive carriers in carriage of goods by road dispute

United Kingdom - November 5 2015 British American Tobacco Denmark A/S and others v. Kazemier Transport BV British American Tobacco Switzerland SA v. H Essers Security Logistics BV and…

Carl Walker, Reema Shour.

Bills of lading: keys to a floating warehouse or a cumbersome, outdated system?

United Kingdom - October 2 2015 The advance of modern technology is often seen as relentless and inevitable, with supporters of the most up-to-date practices citing advantages such…

Rachel Bernie.