A summary of recent developments, and insights, in relation to the implementation of the UAE Federal Law No. (8) of 2018 on Finance Leases.
This briefing will discuss the potential effect of the COVID-19 crisis on borrowers and lenders and their English law loan facilities.
The English Court of Appeal has recently revisited the thorny issue of Legal Advice Privilege, providing some much-needed clarification on when it will apply, particularly in the context of communications sent to multiple addressees.
The significance of current and swell on performance warranties has been the subject of a number of recent LMAA arbitral awards that has brought to light certain uncertainties in this area.
The English High Court recently handed down a helpful judgment that confirms the longstanding market view on the use of bonds and guarantees issued following a declaration of General Average (GA).
In a significant decision published on 4 March 2020, the English Court of Appeal has upheld the decision of the lower court that an inadequate passage plan that had caused a vessel’s grounding rendered the vessel unseaworthy.
No withdrawal from time charter under BIMCO Non-Payment of Hire Clause for previous unpaid hire instalments
In this article, we discuss the Commercial Court decision in The Caravos Liberty.
In this article we discuss how the English High Court recently clarified how UK Department of Transport Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) reports may be used in maritime disputes.
On December 19, 2019, The US CBP announced a change in its interpretation of Section 27, which in general leaves room for expansion of the universe of items that non-US-flagged vessels may deliver to US offshore installations.
Gerrit Bartsch explores the European Court of Justice’s decision to rule that offshore jack-up drilling rigs do not benefit from the VAT exemption for vessels which are engaged in the international shipping and maritime transport sector.