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Insights / ICLG Legal Guides 2020

20-08-2020 / Maritime

We are delighted to share with you Ince's articles on ICLG Legal Guides 2020.

ICLG Legal Guides 2020

Insights / ICLG - Germany: Shipping Laws and Regulations

20-08-2020 / Maritime

Germany covers common issues in shipping laws and regulations - including marine casualty, cargo claims, passenger claims, arrest and security - in 40 jurisdictions.

ICLG - Germany: Shipping Laws and Regulations

Insights / Chapter 17 - Germany

16-06-2020 / Insurance

Approximately 914 foreign insurers are underwriting direct risks on the German market, either through a branch or, for the majority, by offering services from their foreign places of business.

Chapter 17 - Germany

News / Benefits and Relaxations in German Insolvency Laws due to COVID-19: Not as generous as they may seem…

06-04-2020 /

It is no secret that the COVID-19 pandemic will have, or already has, negative economic effects for many companies. Most governments are working at full speed to provide financial resources to recoup the economic consequences and to facilitate keeping businesses alive in the challenging environment until the restrictive measures can be relaxed. An overview of our colleagues Alex Rogan and Julie Killip, for example, of the UK government’s measures can be found here.

Benefits and Relaxations in German Insolvency Laws due to COVID-19: Not as generous as they may seem…

News / Chapter 16 - Germany Insurance

16-05-2019 / Insurance

Approximately 909 foreign insurers are underwriting direct risks on the German market, either through a branch or, for the majority, by offering services from their foreign places of business.

Chapter 16 - Germany Insurance

News / Knock-for-knock liability – new territory for German courts?

09-06-2017 / Energy & Infrastructure

German courts and arbitral tribunals are dealing with an increasing number of disputes related to offshore wind farm projects in the German EEZ. Many of these contracts are based on standard forms such as BIMCO’s SUPPLYTIME, BIMCO’s WINDTIME or the LOGIC contracts, all of which have been developed against the background of English law. All of these standard forms contain so-called “knock-for-knock” clauses, which set out a liability regime whereby damages and losses are covered by the party incurring the loss irrespective of fault.

Knock-for-knock liability – new territory for German courts?
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