Archive for the ‘Maritime Fraud’ Category

Paul Todd’s “Maritime Fraud and Piracy”

Paul Todd’s  “Maritime Fraud and Piracy”
Maritime Fraud and Piracy coupled with Terrorism and Safety at Sea including the Environment are the most important issues in today’s shipping world! This Lloyd’s List/informa  book by Paul Todd* is the second edition following its first nearly ten year ago (Maritime Fraud as it appeared then);...
February 9th, 2014 | Books, Legal, Maritime Fraud, Piracy and Terrorism | Read More

Hot Port News from GAC

Hot Port News from GAC
Your daily news service from ports around the world. In this HOT PORT NEWS, read about: * Singapore, all ports – Cancellation of two bunker suppliers’ licences DATE: January 19, 2014 COUNTRY: Singapore PORT: all ports Cancellation of two bunker suppliers’ licences The Maritime and...
January 19th, 2014 | Bunkering, Legal, Maritime Fraud | Read More

Euronav Transparency legislation

Euronav Transparency legislation
Transparency legislation In accordance with the Law of 2 May 2007 relating to the disclosure of important shareholdings in listed companies, Euronav NV announces that it received the following notifications on 16 and 17 January 2014: - Saverco NV disclosed a passive crossing below the 25% threshold due...
January 17th, 2014 | Bribery and Corruption, Corruption, Legal, Maritime Fraud, Maritime Fraud, News | Read More

New Trends in Piercing the Corporate Veil…

New Trends in Piercing the Corporate Veil…
New Trends in Piercing the Corporate Veil… – (The conservative versus the liberal approaches) Salomon v A Salomon established a century-old principle of the separate juristic personality of a corporation (the corporate veil). It provides a method of limitation of liability, protects shareholders’...
December 13th, 2013 | Legal, London Shipping Law Centre, Maritime Fraud | Read More

White List déjà vu

White List déjà vu
The ITF HQ in London White List déjà vu, By Andrew Guest  It’s over a decade since a global federation of transport unions showed how easy it was to obtain a Panamanian certificate of competency.  In 2001 David Cockroft, General Secretary of the International Transport Workers’ Federation...
June 13th, 2013 | Classification Societies, Comment, Flags, Flags, IMO, Maritime Fraud, Politics and Government, Regulatory, Technical | Read More

New anti-criminality technology and intelligence package launches

New anti-criminality technology and intelligence package launches
  Angus Miller QuinSec  launched last night on board HQS Wellington, a sophisticated technology and intelligence package. The new system significantly reduces risks for personnel or the public as it helps first responders in a variety of dangerous or complex environments. Quinsec is dedicated to...
January 25th, 2013 | Conferences, Seminars, Forums, Exhibitions, IT and Communications, Marine Equipment Products and Services, Maritime Fraud, Piracy and Terrorism, Technology | Read More

Cargo Security International

Cargo Security International
 Cargo Security International is a unique source of intelligence covering all modes of transportation – air, rail, road and maritime – always with a sharp focus on security. The magazine and website are used by thousands of transport, shipping, cargo and security professionals, governments, legislators...
June 28th, 2012 | Books, Logistics, Maritime Fraud, News, Piracy and Terrorism, Safety and Security, Trade and Commerce | Read More

Greece: should the shit hit the fan?

Greece: should the shit hit the fan?
John Faraclas WITHOUT PREJUDICE By John Faraclas I will start with Edmund Burke’s cliché: “for the evil to flourish, all that is needed is for good people to do nothing.” Time and again I have warned in writing, and in particular ever since the millennium summer, of the coming economic situation...
December 29th, 2011 | Banking, Corporate Social Responsibility, Energy, European Union, Featured, HR, Jobs, Manning - Seafarers and Offshore, Maritime Education and Training, Maritime Fraud, Maritime Gifts, Maritime History and Museums, News, Organisations, Politics and Government, Ports & Terminals, Regulatory, Safety and Security, Story of the Year, Taxation | Read More

U.S Wakes up to Cyber Crime Threat; Rest of the World Sleeps In

Boosting talent retention named one of the most effective risk management actions taken over the last three years. Despite record unemployment levels across much of the US, American business leaders say one of the biggest risks they now face is a talent and skills shortage. That’s according to the...
December 6th, 2011 | Maritime Fraud, Piracy and Terrorism | Read More

IMB identifies suspect Bills of Lading for West African imports

 The ICC International Maritime Bureau (IMB) has identified a number of suspect Bills of Lading for shipments into Nigeria. The shipments, all containerised, were for small quantities of consumer products and were due to be shipped into Lagos. The Bills of Lading were all purportedly for cargoes transported...
November 20th, 2011 | Maritime Fraud | Read More

Action needed to combat shipping fraud – and to ensure independence of the judiciary

Action needed to combat shipping fraud – and to ensure independence of the judiciary
James Brewer International Maritime Fraud: London Shipping Law Centre event By James Brewer Fraud and corruption are blighting many aspects of the maritime world, from the mundane operation of vessels right through to the highest levels of commercial justice, the most recent seminar organised by...
November 17th, 2011 | Legal, Marine Insurance, Maritime Fraud, News, Piracy and Terrorism | Read More