Clyde & Co Shipping Newsletter – November 2015

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Clydeco news nov 2015

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Written by legal experts, Clyde & Co’s Shipping Newsletter is a regular publication which reports on recent legal developments and issues of general interest to the marine sector.

In this issue:

  • “MTM HONG KONG” – New ruling on the calculation of damages following the repudiation of a charterparty – By Marcia Perucca
  • “MSC EUGENIA” – Pin codes for electronic cargo release systems: Handle with care – By Peter Ward
  • “NAVIGAS 1” – Did the parties agree to the charter – or not? – By Miranda Karali and Natalie Johnston
  • Enforcing the Maritime Labour Convention – First employment case leads the way – By Heidi Watson
  • “ANNA BO” – Court considers anti-suit injunction against Chinese proceedings – By Martin Hall and Thomas Forkin
  • “SEA WELLINGTON” – Anti-suit injunction is successfully upheld – By Beth Bradley
  • “AFRICA REEFER” – The importance of the correct choice of forum – By Jennifer Wheeler
  • “UNIVERSAL QUEEN” – English court varies a recognition of Korean insolvency proceedings order in support of London arbitration – By Conor McStravick
  • “CELTIC EXPLORER” – What happens when there is a 12 month delay in the publication of an arbitration award – By Catherine Baddeley

What’s new?

  • “RES COGITANS” – What next for Owners? – By Nick Austin and Will Trustram
  • 2015: Dawn of a new era of low-emission shipping – Issue 4: The future – By Beth Bradley and Chris Moxon
  • Recent decisions in shipbuilding law – By Tom Kelly
  • It ain’t over ‘till it’s over: Bunge SA v Nidera BV (2015) – By Ivanna Dorichenko
  • The discharge of cargo in the PRC without original bills of lading – By Gerald Yee, Leon Alexander and Kate Docton
  • Mare Maritime Singapore Pte Ltd v MT Everrich 8 – by Mustafa Motiwala, Avinav Mukherjee and Nihal ShaikhFor further information about any of the issues raised in this newsletter, please do not hesitate to speak to your usual contact or the authors listed herein. You can also email us at

    Editors: Miranda Karali,  Judith Pastrana

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