In a recent article for the German international maritime journal, HANSA, Partners Dr Christian Finnern and Dr F. Maximilian Boemke share their thoughts on the effects sanctions against Russia are having on the shipping industry.
Examining Russian sanctions in the transport sector and the impact on international arbitration16 November 2022
Join Watson Farley & Williams for our session ‘Examining Russian sanctions in the transport sector and the impact on international arbitration’ on 16 November 2022, as part of Dubai Arbitration Week 2022.
The TAR upheld CVA Energie’s and C.U.RA’s appeals.
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”).
This week Commercial Disputes Weekly looks at a decision as to whether a contract of carriage can spring up in a receipt bill of lading after novation of the charterparty.
This week we consider the impact of an arbitration award on limitation defences and whether planning status should be considered in freehold valuation. We also look at when the court may hand down judgment even after the parties have settled and the ongoing impact of sanctions on dispute resolution.
Daniel Pilarski was recently interviewed by bi-monthly trade publication Container Management as part of its in-depth exploration of sanctions in Latin America.
In the last of a seven-part series on the application of US sanctions to the shipping community, this article discusses the importance of sanctions compliance.
This is the fourth of a seven-part series on the application of US sanctions to the shipping community. This article will focus on US sanctions on Cuba.
This report highlights some recent developments and forthcoming changes in the sanctions landscape which will increase the importance of compliance, most likely complicate the task and which have particular relevance for the maritime industry.