Elias Neocleous & Co LLC | Cyprus | 1 Nov 2023
In early 2023, the Admiralty Court delivered a judgment concerning the collision of a vessel with fish cages. The Court addressed whether the ship was at fault, as the fish farm was not precisely built and located in accordance with its licence. However, the master of the ship was aware of the farm's location.
Wikborg Rein | Norway | 23 Aug 2023
In addition to complying with private contracts with fish farmers and general shipping regulations, well-boat operators must comply with certain aquacultural rules. For anyone operating in the well-boat market, basic knowledge of this regulatory framework is crucial.
Richmond Chambers Immigration Barristers | United Kingdom | 24 May 2023
The UK’s seafood sector, known for its high-quality exports such as salmon and Cornish sardines, plays a crucial role in the country’s economy. To…
Thompson Hine LLP | USA | 12 Dec 2022
On December 9, 2022, the Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) sanctioned two Chinese individuals and a vast network…
Wikborg Rein | Norway | 24 Aug 2022
Fish farming in Norway has traditionally been executed in open net cages in sheltered fjords. However, the last 10 years have seen tremendous development in alternative production methods and significant changes in regulation. New regulations may trigger significant investments in the years to come, resulting in an increased demand for new building and supply services.