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​Deviating carriers - Professor Charles Debattista, The 36 Group

​Deviating carriers - Professor Charles Debattista, The 36 Group (Shipping Disputes, London, 02.05.2019) The Sur and deviating carriers: same-old same-old – or watch this space? Where is the law moving?

Bills of Lading - Chirag Karia QC, Quadrant Chambers

Bills of Lading - Chirag Karia QC, Quadrant Chambers (Shipping Disputes, London, 02.05.2019) In the spotlight of The Sea Master, when are Finance Banks subject to arbitral jurisdiction under Bills of Lading they no longer hold? Is there any wriggle room?

Risk allocation - Steven Berry QC, Essex Courts Chambers

Risk allocation - Steven Berry QC, Essex Courts Chambers (Shipping Disputes, London, 02.05.2019) Does the "Pacific Voyager" litigation mark the demise of the Monroe v Ryan doctrine, on the allocation of risk before a vessel enters into its chartered service?

Volcafe litigation - Sean O'Sullivan QC, 4 Pump Court

Volcafe litigation - Sean O'Sullivan QC, 4 Pump Court (Shipping Disputes, London, 02.05.2019) Which grey areas and unresolved arguments remain after the Volcafe litigation, in relation to the burden of proof and the defence of inherent vice?

Global Santosh - Charles Debattista, St Philips Stone Chambers

Global Santosh - Charles Debattista, St Philips Stone Chambers (Shipping Disputes, London, 22.02.18)

Inherent Vice - John Russell QC, Quadrant Chambers

Inherent Vice - John Russell QC, Quadrant Chambers (Shipping Disputes, London, 22.02.18) With the Volcafe litigation bubbling away, how are you to establish the defence of inherent vice? Where does the burden of proof lie?

3rd Party Victims - Steven Berry QC, Essex Court Chambers

3rd Party Victims - Steven Berry QC, Essex Court Chambers (Shipping Disputes, London, 22.02.18) How can insurers react to the ECJ's decision that a 3rd party victim can sue the insurer where the damage occurred or where domiciled? Is there any way out?

Maritime Arbitration - Clare Ambrose, 20 Essex Street

Maritime Arbitration - Clare Ambrose, 20 Essex Street (Shipping Disputes, London, 22.02.18) To what extent is the decision in H v L [2017] bringing traditional maritime insurers one step closer to 3rd party funding style regulation?

Interpretation of Terms - Nick Vineall QC, 4 Pump Court

Interpretation of Terms - Nick Vineall QC, 4 Pump Court (Shipping Disputes, London, 22.02.18) How are you to interpret contract terms, following nuances introduced by the Arup litigation and the SC's decision on Hojgaard?

Moscow Stars - Chirag Karia QC, Quadrant Chambers

Moscow Stars - Chirag Karia QC, Quadrant Chambers (Shipping Disputes, London, 22.02.18) Tackling the Moscow Stars decision, how could the owners have lawfully sold the charterer's cargo if that cargo was owned by a third party?

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