Rania Tadros Managing Partner
Breakfast with EMAC - Bunker Contamination Cases
Natalie Jensen, Managing Associate & Rania Tadros, Managing Partner at Ince & Co Middle East LLP gave a presentation yesterday morning at The Emirates Maritime Arbitration Centre (EMAC) who regularly host breakfast sessions to the marine industry and the legal community.
The topic of the presentation was about bunker contamination which is very topical given the recent spate of cases globally and the upcoming 2020 global sulphur limit. Natalie spoke about the types of issues encountered and the issues that arise as a result of contaminated bunkers, the relationship with the parties involved and the potential issues that each party faces. Natalie also touched upon the legal positions and the importance of insurance in such cases. If you would like further information regarding the presentation please contact email@example.com.
A video of the presentation can be seen here: https://youtu.be/f05kRMcdQW4
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