Posts Tagged ‘Court of Appeal’

“RES COGITANS” – Court of Appeal to decide whether bunker supply contracts are covered by SOGA 1979

“RES COGITANS” – Court of Appeal to decide whether bunker supply contracts are covered by SOGA 1979
“RES COGITANS” – Court of Appeal to decide whether bunker supply contracts are covered by SOGA 1979 29 September 2015 On 17 September 2015, the Court of Appeal (Lord Justices Moore-Bick, Longmore and McCombe) heard Owners’ appeal of the...
September 29th, 2015 | Bunkering, Legal, Shipmanagement | Read More

The Alexandros T: Court of Appeal bows to the Supreme Court and upholds settlement

The Alexandros T: Court of Appeal  bows to the Supreme Court and upholds settlement
Mike Mallin After a tortuous journey up to the Supreme Court, this case has finally found its way back to the Court of Appeal which, in a significant judgment delivered earlier today, has affirmed the right under English law of a party to a contract to obtain damages from the other contracting party...
July 18th, 2014 | Legal, Marine Insurance | Read More

Judgment call: ALEXANDROS T

Judgment call: ALEXANDROS T
After much to-ing and fro-ing between the English High Court, a Greek court, the Court of Appeal in London and the Supreme Court, we now thankfully have some clarity around the issue of the finality of an English settlement agreement. In a landmark decision the Supreme Court has ruled that an English...
January 31st, 2014 | Legal, Marine Insurance | Read More

The “ATHENA” – Court of Appeal upholds charterers’ claim for off hire

The “ATHENA” – Court of Appeal upholds charterers’  claim for off hire
Miranda Karali The Court of Appeal just delivered its judgement in the “ATHENA”1, Simon Jackson overturning the first instance judgement of Mr Justice Walker. Although a blow for owners, this outcome was largely expected following a paper written for the LMAA by the authors of Time Charters criticising...
October 28th, 2013 | Chartering, Legal, Markets | Read More