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Zhong Lun Law Firm | China | 30 Nov 2022

长江流域船舶修造企业环境治理法律保障的现状与展望

长江作为横贯我国东西的水运大动脉,干线全长2838公里,素有“黄金水道”之称,对推动长江经济带发展具有重要战略意义。长江货运量位居全球内河第…
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, European Union, etc. | 7 Oct 2022

ESG: key updates and developments (23 Sep – 6 Oct)

The UK’s oil & gas licensing regime is “incompatible” with climate targets, an endangered lagoon is granted status as a legal person in Spain, and Louisiana divests US$794 million to avoid harm to the fossil fuel market– plus other key updates.
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KaiRong Law Firm | China | 5 Oct 2022

China's latest policies on coastal carriage

For the consideration of sovereignty and national security, as well as the protection of domestic shipping enterprises engaged in coastal transport, most countries do not allow foreign countries to undertake coastal carriage. After decades of development, China's latest coastal carriage policy has evolved to partially open for foreign-owned non-five-star flag ships.
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Venable LLP | USA | 24 Jun 2022

Carriers and Other Regulated Entities, Beware: Ocean Shipping Reform Act of 2022 Effective Immediately

On June 24, 2022, the Federal Maritime Commission’s Office of the General Counsel issued an opinion on the effective date of the new Ocean Shipping…
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Clyde & Co LLP | United Kingdom | 16 Jun 2022

Decarbonisation in Shipping Podcast: Episode 7

In the latest Episode of our Decarbonisation in Shipping Podcast, Marie-Anne is joined by Nils Kovdal - Managing Director at NorthCape. They explored…
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Wardyński & Partners | Poland | 2 Jun 2022

New rules for waste management in ports

A government bill on port reception facilities for waste from ships (print no. 2223) was released in May 2022. The bill would implement into Polish…
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Dardani Studio Legale | Italy | 11 May 2022

Italian authorities' interpretation of ECJ judgment on Schengen Borders Code

In 2020, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) issued a judgment regarding the Schengen Borders Code in relation to the time limits for non-EU seafarers to validly remain within the Schengen area. Italian operators in the various "blue economy" sectors have strongly denounced the serious damage caused by the Italian authorities' strict interpretation of the ECJ judgment. A proposed legislative......
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Lexology PRO | Canada, European Union, Global, etc. | 29 Mar 2022

Impact of the Russia-Ukraine conflict on supply chains

A brief overview of the impact of the current crisis on supply chains, including the effect on energy markets.
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Wikborg Rein | Norway | 16 Mar 2022

Limitation of liability for collisions claims in respect of wreck removal expenses

The Hordaland District Court recently weighed in on a question that has been the subject of international debate for some time – namely, whether collision claims against another ship for wreck removal costs shall be construed as being claims for consequential losses arising from property damage and thus subject to article 2(1)(a) of the Convention on Limitation of Liability for Maritime......
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WSCO Advokatpartnerselskab | Denmark | 2 Mar 2022

Maritime and Commercial Court of Copenhagen provides guidance on arbitration clause in charter party agreement

In May 2019, a Danish charterer entered into a time charter agreement of a Liberian-registered ship with a Cypriot owner. At the same time, the parties entered into a revenue agreement on the calculation and distribution of profits from an agreement on the sub-chartering of the ship. The Maritime and Commercial Court of Copenhagen recently issued a judgment regarding the arbitration clause of......
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