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Shipping E-Brief January 2017

News / / Shipping E-Brief January 2017

The Shipping E-Brief is a quarterly publication providing you with key information on legal decisions and developments in shipping and related business areas.

Our January 2017 edition of the Shipping E-Brief is full of articles dealing with topical shipping issues.

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News / Liability without fault under the Inter-Club Agreement

26-01-2017 / Maritime

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News / Cross border insolvency the balancing act of lifting an automatic stay

26-01-2017 / Maritime

Ronelp Marine Ltd and others v Stx Offshore amp Shipbuilding Co Ltd and another 2016 EWHC 2228 (Ch)

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News / Package limitation under Hague Rules does not apply to bulk cargo

26-01-2017 / Maritime

Vinnlustodin HF and another v Sea Tank Shipping AS (Aqasia) 2016 EWHC 2514 (Comm)

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News / Towcon: meaning of "in light ballast condition"

26-01-2017 / Maritime

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News / Claims under the NYPE Inter-Club Agreement

26-01-2017 / Maritime

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News / Emirates Maritime Arbitration Centre: a new forum for resolution of maritime disputes in the UAE

26-01-2017 / Maritime

The Chairman of the Emirates Maritime Arbitration Centre (EMAC), Sir Anthony Colman, has said that The primary function of EMAC is to provide flexible and neutral mechanisms to effortlessly settle disputes within the maritime sector in UAE Situated in Dubai, EMAC began operating in September 2016 and was officially launched in November 2016 With the establishment of EMAC, the UAE now has a specific set of rules and a forum for those in the maritime industry wishing to resolve their disputes in the Middle East regionnbsp

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