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The Arrest News – Issue 38

The Arrest News – Issue 38

The Arrest News – Issue 38

In this issue of The Arrest News: • The Brave New World of Autonomous Shipping by K. Murali Pany, Joseph Tan Jude Benny LLP (Singapore)• ParrisWhittaker Plays Key Role in Billion Dollar Crystal Cruises Litigation by Kenra Parriswhittaker,Parriswhittaker (Bahamas)• The Saga of “Grumant” by Christopher Cappelen, Oslo Ship Service (Norway)• 17TH ANNUAL MEMBERS’ CONFERENCE TO […]

The Arrest News – Issue 37

The Arrest News – Issue 37

In this issue of The Arrest News: • The Commercial Court of Montenegro Grants Ship Arrest for Non-monetary Claims by Petar Djurovic, Abaco Ltd. and Filip Milosevic, Law Office Milosevic• Can a Defective Passage Plan Affect Seaworthiness? by Kenra Parriswhittaker, Parriswhittaker (Bahamas)• Celebrating 40 years of Panama’s Maritime Jurisdiciton by Joaquín de Obarrio, Patton, Moreno […]

The Arrest News – Issue 36

The Arrest News – Issue 36

In this issue of The Arrest News: The Right to Re-Arrest by Harald Søndergard, Hafnia Law Firm (Denmark) Maritime Disputes and the Avenues for Resolution by John Sze, JTJB Lawyers (Singapore) Marine Insurer Refuses to Pay Yacht Repair Bill – and It Proves Costly by Kenra Parriswhittaker, (Bahamas) Panama Updates 2022 by Joaquín de Obarrio, […]

The Arrest News – Issue 35

The Arrest News – Issue 35

In this issue of The Arrest News: • Demurrage: Were We Right All Along? by Craig Dunford, QC (Northern Ireland) • Ship Arrest in Ireland – Time Charterer’s Debts by Hugh Kennedy, Kennedys (Ireland) • Nederland Shipping Corporation v. United States of America by George Chalos, Chalos & Co. (USA) • Maximising Sale Value by […]

The Arrest News – Issue 34

The Arrest News – Issue 34

In this issue of The Arrest News: The Ever Given Saga – Law and Liability by Hany Mamoon & Karim Marouny & Omar Omar, Al Tamimi & Co. (Egypt) What Constitutes Sherrif’s Ship Maintenance Expenses? by Ashwin Shanker, Chambers of George Rebello (India) The “Bill of Lading” Seen in the Singapore Bunker Industry is NOT […]

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 […]

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 […]