Charles Buss and Nick Payne discuss the recent decision of the Admiralty Court in London, Natwest Markets Plc v Stallion Eight Shipping Co. S.A., in which we acted for the successful party. Has the recent decision confirmed the attractiveness of England as a jurisdiction for the arrest of ships?
This is GSL’s first sale and leaseback transaction, with the US$14,375,000 being made available to GSL under the sale and five-year capital leaseback.
We advised SMBC Leasing as lender on a €32m senior loan granted to Centrus Asset Management.
This article discusses the replacement of LIBOR at the end of 2021 which is likely to create difficult technical and practical issues for all sectors of business and finance.
WFW advises China Aircraft Leasing Group, Natixis, Crédit Industriel Commercial and BOT Lease on nine JOLCOs arranged by Asset Brok’Air15 May 2017
International law firm Watson Farley & Williams (“WFW”) has advised China Aircraft Leasing Group Holdings (“CALC”),. . .
A summary of recent developments, and insights, in relation to the implementation of the UAE Federal Law No. (8) of 2018 on Finance Leases.
A common-sense approach: welcome guidance on 1976 Limitation Convention meaning of “operator”14 July 2020
This article discusses the Admiralty Court’s guidance on the meaning of a ship “manager” and “operator”, in the context of a claim for a limitation of liability for property damage under the 1976 Convention on Limitation of Liability for Maritime Claims.
The facility is secured on 14 of First Ship Lease Trust’s vessels flagged in either the Bahamas or Singapore.
Following a recent judgment, shipowners will have to ensure that, through its agents and servants, due diligence is exercised to produce a non-defective passage plan that clearly contains the necessary warnings.
Valiant Lady is the second of four cruise ships ordered by Virgin and is expected to be based in the Mediterranean by 2022.