This article reviews SHIPSALE 22 – BIMCO’s new standard form for ship sale and purchase agreements – in general and analysis of its key differences compared to the Norwegian Salesform 2012.
The China Business Law Awards are based on hundreds of nominations received from China-focussed corporate counsel and legal professionals around the world.
The ZouZou – If the owner’s marine insurers decline cover for a total loss, will the lender’s mortgagee’s interest insurance policy come to the rescue?
In this article, London Partners Toby Royal and Mike Phillips and Paralegal James Fitzjohn assess the rules and what they mean for the maritime insurance industry.
We are delighted to offer a series of webinars looking at some of the notable issues shipowners and operators face in the near to medium term, with insight from our leading experts in issues of maritime environmental, tax and employment law.
This article discusses the objectives of the Clydebank Declaration and highlights the potentially transformative impact of the green corridors on the maritime sector.
Watson Farley & Williams has advised portfoliomanagement, the winding-up agency of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg and the Federal State of Schleswig-Holstein, on the due diligence for the sale of a number of vessels that are part of its remaining shipping loan portfolio to a bidding consortium comprising the Bank of America and Davidson Kempner Capital Management LP.
As of 1 January 2020, shipowners and lessors may apply an exceptional tax depreciation when acquiring equipment using decarbonised energy for the main or auxiliary propulsion of a vessel.
In this article, London Maritime Partner Richard Stephens assesses the GloBE rules which come into effect in 2023 and the impact they will have on the shipping industry.
Watson Farley & Williams has advised Maas Capital Shipping B.V. in relation to the due diligence, deal structuring and legal documentation required to acquire a minority stake in BW LPG India, a subsidiary of BW LPG Limited.