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The Arrest News – Issue 33

The Arrest News – Issue 33

The Arrest News – Issue 33

In this issue of The Arrest News: • Ever Given Cargo: Is it Insured? by Kenra Parris-Whittaker, ParrisWhittaker (The Bahamas) • The Hamas/Israel Conflict, is it an ‘Act of War’? by John Harris & Yoav Harris, Harris & Co (Israel) • Testing the Limits…Again. Will the UAE’s Ratification of the LLMC 1996 Protocol Make the […]

The Arrest News – Special Issue MV Ever Given

The Arrest News – Special Issue MV Ever Given

In this special edition of The Arrest News: The Suez Canal Blockage – Aftermath for the Port of Rotterdam by Céline Goedhart, Conway & Partners (Netherlands) The Ever Given Arrest: Court Procedures In Similar Incidents by Essam Mustafa, Essam Mustafa Law Office (Egypt) The Grounding of MV Ever Given in the Suez Canal – Beginning […]

The Arrest News – Issue 32

The Arrest News – Issue 32

In this issue of The Arrest News: • Potential Liability of MV EVER GIVEN for Damages Arising Out of the Suez Blockage Under Panamanian Law, Law of the Flag by Francisco Carreira Pitti, Carreira-Pitti P.C. Attorneys (Panama) • Guidance from the Singapore High Court on the Interaction Between Insolvency and Admiralty Law and Resolution of […]

UK Supreme Court Decides Its First Ever Nautical Collision Case

By Craig Dunford QC Bar Library Belfast 19 February 2021 UK SUPREME COURT DECIDES ITS FIRST EVER NAUTICAL COLLISION CASE In the first nautical collision case to come before it, the UK Supreme Court, in a judgement handed down on 19 February 2021, has allowed an appeal on (to use the words in the opening […]

Precious Cargo? The Importance of Due Diligence in Commercial Transactions

By Jacy Whittaker, Partner ParrisWhittaker www.parriswhittaker.com Freeport, The Bahamas E-mail: info(at)parriswhittaker.com Tel: +242.352.6110 Precious Cargo? The Importance of Due Diligence in Commercial Transactions Due diligence is of key importance when entering into commercial transactions, perhaps never more so than in shipping and maritime where the values involved are particularly significant. An important ruling on this […]

Flag Injunctions – A Different Approach to Shipping Claims

By Jacy Whittaker, Partner ParrisWhittaker www.parriswhittaker.com Freeport, The Bahamas E-mail: info(at)parriswhittaker.com Tel: +242.352.6110 Flag Injunctions – A Different Approach to Shipping Claims Faced with a maritime-related claim (an ownership dispute, damage to cargo or a crew payment dispute for example), ship arrest is often the remedy of choice for creditors. But flag injunctions are a […]

The Arrest News – Issue 31

The Arrest News – Issue 31

In this issue of The Arrest News, members’ articles include: • Recent U.S. Admiralty Decisions Involving Coronavirus by George Chalos, Chalos & Co • Options of Registering Foreign Vessels Under the Russian Flag by Alexey Karchiomov, EPAM Law Offices • Possible Problems with Judicial Auctions of Vessels in India by Ashwin Shanker, George Rebello Chambers […]

The Arrest News – Issue 30

The Arrest News – Issue 30

In this issue of The Arrest News, members take a look at the peculiarities of the high-profile Force India case; vague details of the IMO’s Marine Incident Report and their full disclosure in arbitral/legal proceedings; a precedent decision in Ukraine regarding use of the P&I club LOU, resolutions to perceived conflicts in legislation from the […]

The Arrest News – Issue 29

The Arrest News – Issue 29

In this issue of The Arrest News, multiple members share their perspective on the virtual “Zoom” auction of the MV Evolution as well as the the Indian High Court’s clarifications on issues regarding actions in rem under the Admiralty Act, 2017. Members also cover Covid-19 measures in India, recent amendments in Maltese law impacting the […]

The Remedy of Ship Arrest for Unpaid Bunker and Other Supplies at the Maritime Courts in Panama

By Jorge A. Quijano, LL.M QUIJANO & ASSOCIATES www.quijano.com Panama City, Panama Tel: (507) 269-2641 / 269-2743 The Remedy of Ship Arrest for Unpaid Bunker and Other Supplies at the Maritime Courts in Panama In today’s maritime industry, shipowners and charterers are always in demand for services provided by third parties to fulfill their daily commercial […]