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    Chambers And Partners Shipping Guide 2020 by Ince

    25.02.2020 |Maritime

    The team at Ince recently contributed to the UK chapter of the Chambers Shipping Guide 2020 which has now been published.

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    Post Study Work (PSW) visa

    24.02.2020 |Immigration

    At this time of year many international students begin planning their undergraduate academic route and studies in the United Kingdom and looking at opportunities beyond their studies and graduation, which will allow them to work in this country.

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    Coronavirus and its impact on your contract ꟷ can you rely on 'Force Majeure'?

    14.02.2020 |Maritime

    On 30 January 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared that the outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus (officially the “COVID-19”) was a Public Health Emergency of International Concern. The virus has been spreading rapidly both within China and globally in recent months. Both the Chinese government and other countries have adopted various measures aimed at containing the spread of COVID-19.

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    Wai Yue Loh and Edgar Chin honoured as Senior Accredited Specialists by the Singapore Academy of Law

    12.02.2020 |Maritime

    12 February 2020, Singapore: The Ince Group is pleased to announce that Wai Yue Loh and Edgar Chin, both directors from Incisive Law LLC (which has a Formal Law Alliance with Ince Singapore) have been recognised as Senior Accredited Specialists, by the Singapore Academy of Law (SAL), for their expertise in maritime and shipping law.

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    Ince China hires Zhao Rong Ooi as Partner to further grow its Greater China team

    11.02.2020 |International arbitration, Commercial

    11 February 2020, Hong Kong: International legal and professional services firm Ince has today announced the appointment of Zhao Rong Ooi, a seasoned commercial litigator, as a new Partner in its Hong Kong office. This appointment highlights the firm’s commitment to further expand its dispute resolution practice across the region.

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    Ince strengthens Regulatory Solutions team with the hire of new Partner Robert Jappie

    11.02.2020 |Regulatory solutions

    11 February 2020, London: International legal and professional services firm Ince has today announced the appointment of Robert Jappie, as a new Partner in the Regulatory Solutions team.

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    Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV): Legal issues and Impact on International Trade & Transportation

    04.02.2020 |Maritime

    The novel coronavirus was first reported in late December 2019. The outbreak of the virus originated from the inland city of Wuhan, the capital of the Hubei province, PRC, but has quickly spread to coastal cities within China such as Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen and Tianjin, among others. Additional cases are also being identified daily in an increasing number of other countries. On 30 January 2020, the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared the outbreak as a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC) and has proposed certain Temporary Recommendations to reduce exposure to and transmission of the virus. We highlight below some potential contractual issues for international shipping and trade.

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    The UK Government announced the closure of the Exceptional Talent immigration route

    31.01.2020 |Immigration

    The UK Government has announced with effect from 30 January 2020 the closure of the Exceptional Talent immigration route into the UK and replaced it with a more flexible and inviting possibility, the Global Talent immigration route, which is designed to encourage skilled, gifted and recognised individuals in the fields of science, medicine, research, digital technology, the arts and culture (which includes the brightest and best working in the film industry, television, fashion design and architecture).