Briefings

Nil by Mouth? Excluding Oral Variation of Contracts

21 May 2018

To what extent are No Oral Modification clauses are effective under English law?

Shipping Waste and Waste Ships

11 May 2018

What are the international and EU laws that govern the transboundary movement of waste and the end-of-life scrapping of ships and what is the potential impact of Brexit on the UK’s international obligations in these areas?

The Sertão – Judicial Sales of (Specialist) Ships (in Unusual Market Conditions)

11 May 2018

A concern of ship mortgagees, when enforcing their security by way of arrest and sale, is to ensure that the court does not sell the mortgaged ship for a low ‘forced sale’ price. The English Admiralty Court recently did so in making an order for sale in the case of The Sertão.

UK Tonnage Tax: A Short Guide

3 May 2018

Tonnage Tax has turned 18 years old. Whilst most people connected to shipping have heard of it and how it works is not always clear to everyone who comes across it. This Briefing provides a short insight into the basics of UK tonnage tax.

Stamping out Smash and Grab Adjudications?

23 April 2018

Has the English Court signalled the end of "smash and grab" adjudications?

Missing Words? Court of Appeal Considers Banks’ Duty to Explain

12 April 2018

What are two of the key issues considered in the judgment of Property Alliance Group Ltd v The Royal Bank of Scotland Plc, which may have significant ramifications for future claims against financial institutions before the English courts?

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