Posts Tagged ‘Clyde & Co’

“CMA CGM LIBRA” General Average Defence – Alternative link

“CMA CGM LIBRA” General Average Defence – Alternative link
Inadequate passage planning renders vessel unseaworthy  We have been alerted that some readers are having difficulty accessing the link in our original mailing. We apologise for the inconvenience and now share with you an alternative link below. In a recent case before the English Admiralty Court, Clyde...
March 8th, 2019 | Groundings, Legal, Marine Insurance | Read More

Clyde & Co Legal Update: A Practical Overview of the IMO 2020 Sulphur Cap – Part 2

Clyde & Co Legal Update: A Practical Overview of the IMO 2020 Sulphur Cap – Part 2
A Practical Overview of the IMO 2020 Sulphur Cap Part 2: Challenges Facing Compliance and Challenges to Enforcement With Regulation 14.1.3 of Annex VI of the MARPOL Convention (“Regulation 14.1.3”) coming into effect in January 2020, there are still numerous challenges surrounding compliance and...
November 14th, 2018 | Emissions, Environment, Legal, Pollution | Read More

A Practical Overview of the IMO 2020 Sulphur Cap

A Practical Overview of the IMO 2020 Sulphur Cap
Part 1: Scope of the Regulation and the Risks of Non-Compliance With less than eighteen months before Regulation 14.1.3 of Annex VI of the MARPOL Convention comes into effect, there are still numerous challenges surrounding compliance and enforcement, which have cast uncertainty over the effect that...
October 10th, 2018 | Emissions, Energy, Environment, Legal, Pollution | Read More

Clyde & Co Update: The International Comparative Legal Guide to Shipping Law 2018

Clyde & Co Update: The International Comparative Legal Guide to Shipping Law 2018
.. Clyde & Co partner Ed Mills-Webb is Contributing Editor of the ICLG to Shipping Law. Ed also authors the chapter svummarising key aspects of maritime law in the UK. Click here to view the full guide which provides an overview of maritime law in 47 jurisdictions and click here to view the...
August 7th, 2018 | Books, Legal | Read More

Clyde & Co Legal Update: All risks – no cover for non-existent cargo

Clyde & Co Legal Update: All risks – no cover for non-existent cargo
Last month a decision was handed down in the matter of Englehart CTP (US) LLC v Lloyd’s Syndicate 1221 in relation to marine cargo insurance and the scope of all risks insurance. In brief summary, the decision confirms that: The words “this insurance covers all risks of loss of or damage...
May 9th, 2018 | Claims, Legal, Marine Insurance | Read More

US-Iran Sanctions: Future of the JCPOA?

US-Iran Sanctions: Future of the JCPOA?
  Insight / US-Iran Sanctions The JCPOA: It’s Still Uncertain What Will Happen, but Here’s What Could Happen by Douglas Maag*, Legal Councellor, Clyde & C0 On January 12 of this year, President Trump announced his intention to not renew US sanctions waivers that underpin US participation...
May 4th, 2018 | Legal, Sanctions | Read More

Clyde & Co Legal Update: Court denies security for costs to protect claimants

Clyde & Co Legal Update: Court denies security for costs to protect claimants
On occasion, parties engaged in court proceedings will consider procedural tactics with the ultimate intention of exerting such pressure on their adversaries that their weakened position, or even inability to pursue the proceedings, will work to their advantage. Such a situation arose in (1) Deleclass...
April 30th, 2018 | Legal, Marine Insurance | Read More

The “ACONCAGUA BAY” – Court clarifies the meaning of an “always accessible” berth

The “ACONCAGUA BAY” – Court clarifies the meaning of an “always accessible” berth
A warranty containing wording that a berth should be “always accessible” to a ship can be found in many dry cargo charterparties, including GENCON, HEAVYLIFTVOY, North American Grain Charterparty and Americanized Welsh Coal Charterparty. Whilst it is well-established that such a warranty...
April 4th, 2018 | Chartering, Legal, Markets | Read More

Technology in Shipping: Shape up or ship out?

Technology in Shipping: Shape up or ship out?
Heidi Watson Shape up or ship out? What lies ahead for shipping crews in the wake of technological change Technological advancements mean that unmanned vessels and smart shipping are no longer a mere notion but a real possibility. In that context, Clyde & Co teamed up with Institute of Marine Science,...
March 12th, 2018 | Associations, IMarEST, Legal, Reports, Shipmanagement | Read More

The “SONGA WINDS” – Latest Ruling on P&I Club Letters of Indemnity

The “SONGA WINDS” – Latest Ruling on P&I Club Letters of Indemnity
… The decision delivered today by the High Court in Songa Chemicals AS v Navig8 Chemical Pool Inc (2018) constitutes the latest ruling on P&I Club Letters of Indemnity (LOIs) for delivering cargo without the production of original bills of lading, and follows on the footsteps of a number...
March 2nd, 2018 | Chartering, Disputes, Legal, P and I Clubs | Read More

The “AQASIA” – Court of Appeal rules on the Hague Rules limitation

The “AQASIA” – Court of Appeal rules on the Hague Rules limitation
The m/v “AQASIA” Regular recipients of our email updates may recall that this case is about whether a carrier of bulk cargo can limit its liability for a cargo damage claim under Article IV Rule 5 of the Hague Rules, and, in particular, what is the meaning of “unit” in this provision....
February 22nd, 2018 | Claims, Legal, News | Read More

Clyde & Co expands in Germany with Hamburg office opening

Clyde & Co expands in Germany with Hamburg office opening
Clyde & Co’s lofty status. London, 12 February 2018. Global law firm Clyde & Co is pleased to announce further expansion in continental Europe with the hire of four leading marine partners and the opening of an office in Hamburg. The partners join from Ince & Co and are a highly regarded...
February 12th, 2018 | Company Profiles, Legal, Person Profiles | Read More

Shipping needs uniform rules to adopt Green Technologies

Shipping needs uniform rules to adopt Green Technologies
Green container ship on river Elbe. Costs hindering implementation of energy management technology Over two thirds (68%) of global marine industry executives believe that a lack of uniform international environmental regulations will impede the adoption of green technologies in shipping, according to...
January 22nd, 2018 | Associations, Energy, Environment, IMarEST, Technical, Technology | Read More

Presenting: Technology in Shipping Report 2017

Presenting: Technology in Shipping Report 2017
Technology in Shipping Technology is reshaping the marine industry. Over the next few years new technologies will completely transform shipping: an industry that is the engine of 90% of global trade. Clyde & Co and IMarEST teamed up in a joint initiative to seek insight on emerging technologies...
November 20th, 2017 | Associations, IMarEST, Legal, Shipmanagement, Technical, Technology | Read More

New UN sanctions target North Korea’s exports of strategic commodities

New UN sanctions target North Korea’s exports of strategic commodities
On 5 August 2017 the United Nations Security Council unanimously approved a significant expansion of the UN sanctions regime against North Korea, in response to North Korea’s recent ballistic missile tests.    Resolution 2371 (2017) (the Resolution) targets key elements of North Korea’s economy,...
August 6th, 2017 | Legal, Organisations, Politics and Government, Sanctions, UN | Read More

Clyde & Co expands its shipping team in MENA with new partner hire

Clyde & Co expands its shipping team in MENA with new partner hire
Dubai, 6 February 2017. Global law firm Clyde & Co has expanded its shipping practice with the addition of Ian Chung, joining as Partner in its Dubai office. Ian brings a wealth of transactional, non-contentious experience to Clyde & Co which will complement the firm’sexisting contentious...
February 6th, 2017 | Company Profiles, Legal, Person Profiles | Read More

Clyde & Co makes series of appointments to London marine team

Clyde & Co makes series of appointments to London marine team
London, 3 November 2016: Global law firm Clyde & Co has appointed Chris Pratts as Partner and made four other hires to its London marine cargo group.   Chris Pratts is a leading marine cargo insurance lawyer in the London market and joins Clyde & Co to further enhance the firm’s pre-eminent...
November 3rd, 2016 | Company Profiles, HR, Legal, Person Profiles | Read More

Important OFAC Iran FAQ Update provides clarity ‎on US dollar processing and due diligence

Important OFAC Iran FAQ Update provides clarity ‎on US dollar processing and due diligence
On 7 October 2016 OFAC issued an update to its “Frequently Asked Questions Relating to the Lifting of Certain U.S. Sanctions Under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) on Implementation Day” (the FAQs), providing further guidance on due diligence requirements for non-U.S. persons engaged...
October 10th, 2016 | Legal, Politics and Government, Sanctions | Read More

STOP PRESS – The effect of non-payment of hire: a resolution

STOP PRESS – The effect of non-payment of hire: a resolution
STOP PRESS – The effect of non-payment of hire: a resolution A much-anticipated judgment of the Court of Appeal has been handed down this morning that addresses the important issue of whether a charterer’s failure to pay hire amounts to a breach of a condition, thereby giving rise to a right...
October 7th, 2016 | Chartering, Disputes, Legal | Read More

Time is running out to file claims against Hanjin Shipping, IUMI conference is told

Time is running out to file claims against Hanjin Shipping, IUMI conference is told
Mike Roderick of Clyde & Co. Time is running out to file claims against Hanjin Shipping, IUMI conference is told By James Brewer Shipowners, charterers, cargo interests, forwarders and other parties have been advised to expedite their claims against stricken Hanjin Shipping. The warning comes...
September 20th, 2016 | Associations, Breaking News, Company Profiles, Container shipping, Containers, Marine Insurance, Markets, Stock Markets | Read More

OFAC Issues General License Allowing for Temporary Sojourn to Iran for Certain Civil Aircraft

OFAC Issues General License Allowing for Temporary Sojourn to Iran for Certain Civil Aircraft
Insight / Sanctions update   OFAC Issues General License Allowing for Temporary Sojourn to Iran for Certain Civil Aircraft OFAC has issued General License J, “Authorising the Re-exportation of Certain Civil Aircraft to Iran on Temporary Sojourn and Related Transactions.” Specifically, General...
August 5th, 2016 | Aviation, Legal, Sanctions | Read More

Update – The Longchamp

Update – The Longchamp
Insight / Update – 01 August 2016  Are expenses incurred during negotiation of a pirate ransom recoverable in general average? In The Longchamp [2016] EWCA Civ 708, the Court of Appeal has ruled on an issue that had not previously been considered by the English courts, namely, whether expenses...
August 1st, 2016 | Claims, Corruption, Disputes, Health and Safety, Insurance and Reinsurance, Legal, Marine Insurance, Maritime Fraud, Piracy and Terrorism, Safety and Security, Seizures | Read More

Clyde & Co’s latest Insight: OW Bunker – A Global Overview

Clyde & Co’s latest Insight: OW Bunker – A Global Overview
OW Bunker – A Global Overview The spate of litigation worldwide following the collapse of OW Bunker (“OW”) has continued to progress in recent weeks as ship owners look to protect themselves from the risk of double payment, bunker suppliers seek ways to get paid, and OW’s administrators and...
July 27th, 2016 | Associations, Bunkering, Company Profiles, HR, Person Profiles, Press and Media | Read More

Clyde & Co Global Legacy Claims Conference 2016…

Clyde & Co Global Legacy Claims Conference 2016…
Clyde & Co’s lofty status. Clyde & Co Global Legacy Claims Conference 2016 hears that firms must be clearer on how they keep their supply chains free of modern slavery By James Brewer Businesses are being slow to meet a new statutory responsibility to report on what they are doing to keep...
May 31st, 2016 | Conferences, Seminars, Forums, Corporate Social Responsibility, HR, Insight, News, Story of the Day | Read More

Clyde & Co adds Hong Kong Partner

19 May 2016: Global law firm Clyde & Co has recruited leading Hong Kong Marine Partner Anthony Woo. Anthony has extensive experience in shipping, commodities and arbitration related matters. He regularly represents P&I Clubs, liability underwriters, ship-owners, charterers and freight forwarders...
May 19th, 2016 | Company Profiles, HR, Legal, P and I Clubs, Person Profiles | Read More