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Louis Cassar Pullicino

Louis Cassar Pullicino

Dr. Louis Cassar Pullicino specialises in commercial litigation in particular admiralty and shipping disputes, banking, insolvency, insurance and contractual disputes with an international dimension.He has worked closely with the firm’s asset finance partners in a large number of matters advising Banks on the protection and enforcement of their rights when loan defaults occur and has […]

Henri R. Najjar

Henri Najjar holds a Master Degree in Business Law (Paris II, Assas) and a LLM in Maritime Law (Southampton, UK). Member of the Paris Bar, Founding partner of the law firm DelViso-Avocats, with offices in Paris and Marseille, Henri advises and handles litigation of all kind in connection with the maritime practice, including casualties at […]

Thomas Wanckel

Thomas Wanckel is a Partner and Head of Shipping department at Segelken & Suchopar, Hamburg and Berlin. Born in 1953, he studied in Hamburg and Providence/Rhode Island, and was admitted to the Hamburg Bar in 1984 and also to all German Appeal Courts. In his career of more than 25 years in shipping and marine […]

Dr. Andrea Lista

Dott. Giur. LL.D. (Italy), LLM (Soton), PhD (London), Practising Advocate (Italy), Legal Consultant. Andrea has notably worked as a legal advisor to a multinational enterprise leading in underwater technology and has been a legal consultant to the European Parliament. He has lectured for several years in various areas of commercial law (international trade, competition law, […]


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Flying the flag of a contracting state

The Admiralty Court in Ireland recently considered if there was jurisdiction to arrest an unregistered pleasure yacht in a dispute relating to ownership. A dispute as to ownership is a ´maritime claim´, but under the 1952 Arrest Convention, a ´ship´ must be “flying the flag” of a State to be susceptible to an arrest. Certain […]

Ukraine is about to join the International Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules Relating to the Arrest of Ships, by Aleksander Chebotarenko

The Government of Ukraine brought bills in the parliament (Verkhovna Rada) related to the organization of joining the International Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules Relating to the Arrest of Ships signed in Brussels on 10 May 1952. The work on preparation for joining the Convention was carried out by the Cabinet of Ministers […]

The acknowledgments

At shiparrested.com network, we value your attitude towards us, your help, cooperation and loyalty. As a sign of distinction, we have created three different acknowledgments which are aimed to recognise the degree in which our members have helped Shiparrested.com on its way forward. Such recognitions distinguish some members from the regular members, as the former […]

“Wanted ship” procedure

How does it work? First we spread the word: Dear Member of www.shiparrested.com network, Many thanks for your extent collaboration to trace ships through our “wanted ships” service. Through our “wanted ships” service, our member  X is actively searching for the following ship for a US 100,000 claim on bunker supply:  M/V Oreanda, Slovakian Flag,  IMO Nr 8512009 – Call […]

Ship arrest in the United States

Article issued for the third edition of “Ship Arrests in Practice”, 2008, published by shiparrested.com network. By Don Soutar National Maritime Services Inc. dons@vesselarrest.com www.vesselarrest.com 1915 Southwest 21st Avenue, Fort Lauderdale FL 33312, United States of America. Tel: 954 990 1290 Fax: 954 602 9127 By Patrick Novak Horr, Novak and Skipp Overview 1.      Please […]