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Events / Casual New Networking (CNN) event (February 2023)

23-02-2023 / Dispute Resolution

The first of this year’s series of Casual New Networking (CNN) events is taking place on 23 February 2023. Come along to this friendly, professional networking event to meet with new and familiar faces over pizza and drinks.


Remember to bring along your business cards to enter the free prize draw!

Casual New Networking event

News / Court of Appeal considers GAFTA Default Clause and damages for non-acceptance

07-02-2023 / Commodities & Trade

The Court of Appeal has considered, for the first time, the correct method of assessing damages in accordance with Default Clause 25(c) of GAFTA Contract No.24. In doing so, the Court of Appeal emphasised the compensatory principle underlying the award of damages under English law.

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News / Court considers impact of sanctions on bareboat charterparty obligations

06-02-2023 / Maritime

This bareboat charterparty dispute is noteworthy for the Court’s findings on the effect of international sanctions on the Charterers’ obligations to make payment and the Owners’ obligations to nominate a bank account into which payment could be made pursuant to the contractual purchase option.

News / Shipping E-brief February 2023

06-02-2023 / Maritime

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

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News / Court considers scope of charterparty provision restricting deductions from hire

30-01-2023 / Maritime, Yachts & Superyachts

The Court recently considered the following question: “Where a charterparty clause provides that no deductions from hire (including for off-hire or alleged off-hire) may be made without the shipowner’s consent: is non-payment of hire a ‘deduction’ if the Vessel is off hire at the instalment date?”

Court considers scope of charterparty provision restricting deductions from hire

News / Widely worded no-assignment clause shuts out insurer’s claims

24-01-2023 / Insurance

An insurer that paid out on a claim brought by its assured, the buyer of aircraft under an English law sale contract, has been prevented from making a recovery against the seller because the sale contract incorporated a widely worded no-assignment clause.

Widely worded no-assignment clause shuts out insurer’s claims

News / 'Young Professional Scheme' for Indian nationals looking to live and work in the UK without sponsorship

23-01-2023 / Employment & Immigration

Indian nationals aged between 18 to 30 years old will be able to live and work in the UK for up to two years under the new 'Young Professional Scheme', designed as a cultural exchange programme that allows people to experience life in the UK.

Indian nationals to live and work in the UK without sponsorship

News / Court confirms applicable package limit when cargo interests have to pay salvage

23-01-2023 / Maritime

Court confirms applicable package limit when cargo interests have to pay salvage
Trafigura Pte Ltd v. TKK Shipping Pte Ltd (Thor Lineage) [2023] EWHC 26 (Comm)

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