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In October 1919, Lloyd’s launched the first series of law reports dedicated to shipping matters, a tradition that has now reached a century-long milestone
The newly elected chairman of the European Maritime Law Organisation hopes to broaden the scope of interest beyond competition law to cover all aspects of maritime regulation
‘Significant work will have to be carried out in adapting maritime law to the requirements of unmanned vessels,’ former IOPC funds chief executive Mans Jacobsson insists
Seafarers’ fears include becoming scapegoats in environmental disasters, as the public and media campaign to hold someone to account
While the future relationship between the UK and European Union is still uncertain, leaving the EU without an agreement may affect the venue for future maritime litigation in the UK and Scandinavia, according to one lawyer
Stallion Eight Shipping is seeking more than $4m in compensation, alleging that under Greek tort law the valuation of the ship was wrongfully provided and the loan wrongfully terminated
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