The vessel is the first in a series of ten 190,000 deadweight LNG dual-fuelled bulk carriers.
In this article we discuss the UK Court of Appeal’s recent decision on the construction of the Admiralty Solicitors Group standard collision jurisdiction wording (“ASG2”).
The Clydebank Declaration: Green corridors kickstarting the adoption of long-term solutions28 March 2022
This article discusses the objectives of the Clydebank Declaration and highlights the potentially transformative impact of the green corridors on the maritime sector.
In the final part of a two-part series of articles, we examine the international legal and regulatory framework and the significant ESG risks that deep-sea mining has the potential to create.
In part one of a two-part series of articles, we examine why we may need to look at deep-sea mining and what is required to make it happen in practical terms.
Following the success of our recent webinar, our latest article assesses the issue of the rising number of Electrical Vehicles catching fire and possible ways of prevention.
As the law firm with the largest dedicated maritime practice in the world, we are proud to be long-standing supporters of London International Shipping Week, which in a short time has grown to be one of the world’s premier maritime events.
In three recent cases, the English courts have provided a series of warnings on the uses and abuses of expert evidence, from guidance on the avoidance of conflicts to the implications of a failure by experts to comply with their duties.
Drawing on the findings of our recent report “The Sustainability Imperative”, this article takes a look at some of the possible fuels to replace heavy fuel oil in the shipping industry. While some of these alternative fuels may eventually prove to be intermediate solutions, they remain an essential part of the industry’s journey to its carbon neutral future.
This article examines a recent UK Admiralty Court decision, in which we acted for the successful shipowner, on ship arrests for claims against bareboat charterers.