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Insights / UAE ratifies the 1996 Protocol to LLMC 1976
16-02-2021 / Maritime
On 10 October 1957, the International Convention relating to the Limitation of the Liability of Owners of Sea-Going Ships was signed in Brussels (the “Brussels Convention”). On 19 November 1976, the Limitation of Liability for Maritime Claims Convention 1976 (the “LLMC”) was signed in London, addressing some of the pitfalls in the Brussels Convention. The LLMC continues to be the “base” Convention regulating shipowners’ ability to limit liability in certain circumstances.
News / Ince takes home three awards including Best Visual Identity at Transform Awards MEA 2020
Dubai, 16 September 2020 – International legal and professional services firm Ince has won three awards across multiple categories at the Transform Awards MEA 2020, which recognises businesses with the most effective branding across the Middle East and Africa.
Insights / Court discharges freezing order in unsubstantiated misdelivery claim
24-02-2020 / Maritime
Fimbank PLC v. Discover Investment Corp (Nika, renamed Nord)  EWHC 254 (Comm) The Court has discharged a freezing order that was originally granted on an ex parte basis. The Court found that the claim, on its substance, had no seriously arguable merit and that the factual circumstances relevant to the possible merits of the intended substantive claim had not been fully and fairly presented to the Court that had granted the freezing order. Factual circumstances are material to any serious consideration of the merits of a claim and a party seeking injunctive relief without notice to the other party has a duty of full and frank disclosure which, if not complied with, may result in the discharge of the injunction at the return date.
News / Ince Dubai strengthens its team with two partners and a senior associate hire
16 December 2019, Dubai: Ince Dubai today announces the hiring of two partners and one senior lawyer as it strengthens and expands its service offering and collaborative work with other international offices.
Insights / Notice of claim: provide all supporting documents or risk time bar
09-12-2019 / Maritime
MUR Shipping B.V. v Louis Dreyfus Company Suisse S.A. (Tiger Shanghai)  EWHC 3240 (Comm) The Court has recently upheld a majority tribunal finding that a charterparty claim was time-barred due to the Charterers’ failure to provide “all available supporting documents” required under the relevant clause.
News / Ince partner Rita Al Semaani Jansen honoured with Lloyd’s List Lifetime Achievement Award
Ince is pleased to announce that partner Rita Al Semaani Jansen has been awarded the Lloyd’s List ‘Lifetime Achievement Award’ for her trailblazing work supporting women.