After Wakashio, is the Bunker Convention fit for purpose?
Compensation for spills under the 2001 Bunker Convention do not even come close to paying for clean-up operations and pollution damage, a leading lawyer warns
What has happened in the Indian Ocean provides confirmation that increased payouts cannot come soon enough, and governments of coastal states should enact any available increased limits in their own jurisdiction without delay, says Clyde & Co partner Martin Hall
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