Shipbreaking case has consequences for liability
The death of a shipbreaking worker in similar circumstances to the case facing Maran Tankers would likely lead to a criminal prosecution for a European Union owner if it happened today, Clyde & Co warns
‘This is a tortious civil case, but this sort of scenario has already been envisaged by the EU, and this is one of the reasons they are trying to crack down on these unsafe practices in certain shipyards around the world,’ argues Martin Hall
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