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Computer says no: BIMCO's new guidelines on cyber risks

There is a growing awareness of shipping's vulnerability to technological threats

Piracy and Security Safety

Court decisions add to confusion over knock-for-knock cases

Drafts may need to spell out that they mean to cover any and all breaches of contract

Insurance Europe

High Court gives knock-for-knock a nudge in the right direction

Decision strongly suggests that exclusion and limitation clauses do apply to liability incurred as a result of deliberate breach of contract

Dry Bulk Insurance

Another victory for knock-for-knock clauses

Farstad Supply decision reinforces the court’s endorsement and protection of the knock-for-knock regime

Regulation Europe

Wake-up call over watchkeeping

THE owners of the containership St Louis Express were given a wake-up call in respect of watchkeeping on June 25, 2009.

Regulation Europe

Cases tighten the scope of knock-for-knock provisions

IN THE past year or so, there have been two welcome additions in the High Court in London to the limited case law on the knock-for-knock provisions in the widely used offshore contracts such as Towhire, Towcon and Supplytime 89, write Jean Koh and Paul Dean.

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