- 就一项高额的不安全港口索赔为船东提供代理服务, 涉及多个司法管辖区的诉讼。
- 就重整/破产诉讼中的大额索赔, 为STX Pan Ocean及其关联公司的债权人提供代理服务。
- 代理一批铁管货物的买方, 处理其货物在从中国运往澳大利亚的途中遭受灾难性损失的法律纠纷。
- 在借款方违约后, 协助贷款方行使多艘船舶的抵押权。
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新闻 / Can a claimant always pick the jurisdiction with the highest limitation of liability? Round two
24-02-2022 / 航运
Pusan Newport Co Ltd v. Owners and/or demise charterers of the ships or vessels “Milano Bridge” and “CMA CGM Musca” and “CMA CGM Hydra” (Milano Bridge)  HKCA 157 We have previously reported on the first instance decision in this matter, in which the defendant Owners (represented by Ince Hong Kong) were successful in obtaining a stay of proceedings brought in Hong Kong by the plaintiff Terminal.
新闻 / Ince recognised as a Top Ranked Leading Firm in The Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2022
18-01-2022 / 航运
The Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2022 results have been published; our shipping practice in China and Hong Kong retained their Tier 1 ranking, and partners Paul Ho and David Beaves ranked as "Hall of Fame" for a second consecutive year since its inception in 2020. Rosita Lau was also ranked in the “Hall of Fame” for a third consecutive year. Ince has the largest number of “Hall of Fame” shipping lawyers from a single firm on the list.
洞察力 / Can a claimant always pick the jurisdiction with the highest limitation of liability?
27-05-2021 / 航运
Pusan Newport Co Ltd v. The Owners and/or Demise Charterers of the ships or vessels “Milano Bridge” and “CMA CGM Musca” and “CMA CGM Hydra”  HKCFI 1283
新闻 / Winding up petitions and arbitration agreements: a comparison of the Singapore and HK approaches
15-06-2020 / 航运
Recent decisions of the Hong Kong and Singapore courts show different approaches to the issue of when a winding-up petition will be allowed to proceed in circumstances where there is an arbitration agreement.
新闻 / Dayang (HK) Marine Shipping Co, Ltd v. Asia Master Logistics Ltd 
15-06-2020 / 航运
In Dayang (HK) Marine Shipping Co, Ltd v. Asia Master Logistics Ltd  HKCFI 311, the Hong Kong Court of First Instance declined to dismiss a winding-up petition where a debtor was unable to show the existence of a bona fide dispute on substantial grounds, notwithstanding the presence of an arbitration clause in the underlying contract.
洞察力 / Interim relief and court interference in arbitral disputes—the approach of the English and Hong Kong courts (Daelim v Bonita)
11-06-2020 / 航运
Arbitration analysis: Catherine Earnshaw, partner, Ruaridh Guy, managing associate, and Jenny Efstathiou, senior associate, at Ince, London and Hong Kong, compare and contrast, and consider the practical implications of, two related judgments of the English and Hong Kong courts reviewing previous decisions to grant injunctions in respect of claims arising out of a charterparty and related settlement agreement.
新闻 / Hong Kong Court affirms rule that arbitration clauses must be expressly incorporated into bills of lading
07-04-2020 / 航运
OCBC Wing Hang Bank Ltd v. Kai Sen Shipping Co Ltd (Yue You 903)  HKCFI 375 This recent Hong Kong case confirms the rule that express wording must be used in order to incorporate an arbitration clause from a charterparty into a bill of lading. General words of incorporation will not be sufficient.
新闻 / Attacks on Oil Facilities in Saudi Arabia – Potential Legal Issues
16-09-2019 / 能源及基础设施
On 14 September 2019 a large-scale drone attack targeted some of Saudi Arabia's principal oil production and processing facilities. In particular, the attack targeted the Khurais oil field and the Abqaiq processing facility, which is the world’s largest.
新闻 / ICC Incoterms 2020
13-09-2019 / 商品与贸易
The International Chamber of Commerce (“ICC”) has announced the publication of Incoterms 2020. This is the first update to Incoterms since they were last revised in 2010. The new rules become effective from 1 January 2020.
新闻 / Legal update: Hong Kong Law: Exclusive jurisdiction clauses in bills of lading
13-08-2019 / 航运
Li Lian International Ltd v Herport Hong Kong Ltd  HKCFI 826 /  HKEC 964Court upholds jurisdiction clause in Bill of Lading – with serious consequences for NVOCC.
新闻 / Ince Asia Team successfully held the third mock arbitration in China on 11 July in Guangzhou, with a full-house.
The mock arbitration simulated an actual hearing of a Hong Kong international arbitration involving an international trade dispute that has shipping, trade, insurance and contract aspects, in line with one of the important roles that Hong Kong is playing under China’s Greater Bay Area initiative, that is, the role of being the legal services centre and dispute resolution centre of the world.
新闻 / Hong Kong Court upholds jurisdiction clause in bill of lading with serious consequences for NVOCC
07-06-2019 / 航运
Li Lian International Ltd v Herport Hong Kong Ltd (MOL Comfort) 2019 HKCFI 826 2019 HKEC 964nbspThis decision of the Hong Kong Court illustrates one of the potential risks associated with acting as a Non Vessel Owning Common Carrier
新闻 / Hong Kong Court upholds jurisdiction clause in bill of lading – with serious consequences for NVOCC
07-06-2019 / 航运
Li Lian International Ltd v. Herport Hong Kong Ltd (MOL Comfort)  HKCFI 826  HKEC 964 This decision of the Hong Kong Court illustrates one of the potential risks associated with acting as a Non Vessel Owning Common Carrier.
新闻 / When is an owner obliged to commence the approach voyage to the loadport?
29-11-2018 / 航运
CSSA Chartering and Shipping Services SA v. Mitsui OSK Lines Ltd (Pacific Voyager)  EWCA Civ 2413 The Court of Appeal has recently given its decision in this case, which will be of interest to all those involved in the chartering of vessels on a voyage basis. The Court of Appeal upheld the Commercial Court decision and found that the Owners’ failure to commence the approach voyage to the loadport by a particular date was a breach of the charterparty, notwithstanding that the charterparty did not give an ETA or Expected Ready to Load date.