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Holding Redlich | Australia | 8 Nov 2022

The difficultly in identifying which ‘owner’ in a bill of lading to make a claim against

Time bars give maritime lawyers nightmares. We can also be a little loose in relation to our relationship with our clients. Is our client the club…
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Canada, European Union, etc. | 17 Oct 2022

Cybersecurity Month 2022: how to build cyber-resilient supply chains

How businesses can address cybersecurity risks posed by digitalisation and build resilience across their supply chains, from supplier pre-engagement due diligence to integrating data minimisation.
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Lexology PRO | China, European Union, Global, etc. | 29 Apr 2022

In-house interview: How the Ukraine-Russia crisis has reinforced the need for LNG contract standardisation and digitisation

Errol Bong, Managing Director and Head of North Asia at D2 Legal Technology, explains how standardised digital contracts will facilitate European energy traders’ search for new sources of LNG.
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KaiRong Law Firm | China | 27 Apr 2022

Who is obliged to pay where bill of lading is marked "freight collect"?

In answer to the question of who is obliged to pay in cases where the bill of lading is marked "freight collect", the Supreme People's Court once replied that if no one picks up the goods at the port of destination or if the consignee refuses to pick up the goods, the shipper must pay the freight. However, the situation changes when the consignee chooses to pick up the cargoes.
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Helmsman LLC | Singapore | 15 Feb 2022

Upholding warrant of arrest based on amended claim: Appellate Division to weigh in soon

In a recent case, the Singapore High Court considered whether a plaintiff can maintain a warrant of arrest on an amended claim not originally pleaded at the time of arrest. The Court upheld the warrant of arrest on the plaintiff's amended claim even though it had not been originally pleaded when the plaintiff applied for the warrant of arrest. The Appellate Division has granted the defendant......
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Rajah & Tann Asia | Singapore, United Kingdom | 12 Jan 2022

Maritime Piracy and the Entitlement to Contributions for Ransoms Paid

Are shipowners entitled to recover part of the ransom paid to pirates as general average contribution from the holders of the bill of lading? That…
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Helmsman LLC | Singapore | 16 Nov 2021

Court of Appeal rules on effect of bills of lading in landmark case

The Court of Appeal recently issued a landmark judgment concerning bills of lading, holding that the relevant bills of lading did not have contractual force or effect as a contract of carriage or a document of title. This judgment is remarkable in several respects, not only as regards bills of lading issued in respect of bunker cargoes loaded on board bunker barges for delivery to ocean-going......
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WSCO Advokatpartnerselskab | Denmark | 3 Nov 2021

Court rules that jurisdiction agreement in bill of lading cannot be set aside due to "international character" of dispute

The Supreme Court of Denmark recently determined whether legal proceedings against a Danish shipping company, which had contracted to carry containers from China to Copenhagen, could proceed in Denmark irrespective of the fact that the claimant and the shipping company had agreed that the dispute should be heard exclusively in the United Kingdom.
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Lexology PRO | Australia, Canada, China, etc. | 4 Oct 2021

In-house interview: How blockchain could facilitate the advent of electronic bills of lading

Errol Bong, head of compliance & legal counsel at Noble Group, explains that blockchain presents an opportunity to fix some of the risks and toils of using paper bills of lading to prove ownership in international trade.
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, European Union, Global, etc. | 27 Sep 2021

Commodities trading: how blockchain can help manage key risks

Errol Bong, head of compliance & legal counsel at Noble Group, discusses how blockchain can solve some of the key risks associated with commodities trading, such as safeguarding bills of lading, and controlling fraud exposure.Noble Group is a commodities trading platform headquartered in Hong Kong.Interview conducted by Samantha Gilbert, Senior Content Editor for Lexology PRO.
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