Archive for the ‘Maritime Fraud’ Category

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