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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Nobu Su on money, law and prison

The Lloyd’s List Podcast is back after a summer break and this week we are talking exclusively to Nobu Su, the former billionaire shipowner jailed in London over a long-running dispute about money owed in failed freight futures deals. He tells Markets Editor Michelle Wiese Bockmann about how the experience changed his life and why still determined to reveal the truth in order to clear his name

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Jailed former shipowner Nobu Su is determined to fight on

The Taiwanese former shipowner jailed in London over a long-running dispute about money owed in failed freight futures deals talks to Lloyd’s List about his time at Pentonville and how the experience changed his life

Law People

ICS renews call for green fund to cut emissions

The ICS says while the ‘decoupling’ of CO2 emissions from trade growth seen in the report is encouraging, efficiency gains alone will not see shipping meet its IMO targets

International International Chamber of Shipping

Incidents of shipping detention in decline

Comoros, Moldova, Tanzania and Togo recorded the highest number of bannings for the 2017-19 period

Europe North America

Emissions data point to bigger role for governments

The study is the first to separate domestic and international shipping emissions

International Environment

Baseball team’s lawsuit aims to ‘dismantle the port of Oakland’

A broad coalition of members of Oakland’s maritime community claim the proposed ballpark and housing development is incompatible with a working waterfront and would adversely affect industry

US States Ports and Logistics

Autonomous ships platform project launched

Many ports see being prepared for autonomous navigation as part of plans to be future-ready

International Ports and Logistics

Shipping’s GHG emissions rising despite efficiency gains

The report will go before the Marine Environment Protection Committee

International Environment

WFW hires Marcus Dodds from Reed Smith

Former master advises SIGTTO and sits on Lloyd’s Register’s classification committee

United Kingdom Law

Seafarer crisis is a challenge for the whole marine sector

First and foremost, shipowners and their insurers will very likely face claims from seafarers

Containers Dry Bulk

CMA CGM Libra case heading for Supreme Court

Owners mount challenge on basis that crew’s decision over what to mark on charts was a navigational decision rather than an attribute of the ship

United Kingdom Law

Ince operating at pre-pandemic levels across Asia

Ince Group’s Asian staff have returned to office-based working, the law firm said as it unveiled a big jump in profits in full-year results

Asia Pacific Europe
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