Katherine Georginis on the TAI Prize Case and Indemnity Issues for Voyage Charterparty Owners
The UK Court of Appeal recently handed down a decision regarding implied indemnity in voyage charterparties.
Our Katherine Georginis provides a summary on the TAI Prize case.
Ondrej Cech on European Agreement on Termination of BITs
A European agreement on termination of BITs recently came into force. Watch our Ondrej Cech discuss the impact of the agreement as a final blow to the intra-EU bilateral investment treaties.
Jonas Patzwall on New BIMCO Law and Arbitration Clause 2020
Jonas Patzwall reviews the new BIMCO Law and Arbitration Clause 2020, highlighting the changes, deletions and additions made. The new clause covers four seats of arbitration, including versions for London, New York, Singapore, and the newest addition, Hong Kong.
Andrea de la Brena on New Mexican IP Law
On November 5th 2020, the Federal Law on Protection of Intellectual Property will come into force. This new law is intended to bring Mexico in line with international standards of protection of IP rights. Find out which amendments will be introduced by the new law.
Shannen Trout on the Eternal Bliss
Shannen Trout introduces the “Eternal Bliss”, a significant development in demurrage law. This matter deals with the eligibility of a shipowner to recover damages in addition to demurrage after suffering a loss due to a delay in cargo discharge under a voyage charter.
Latest News on U.S. Sanctions Enforcement
OFAC and the Delaware Department of Justice Report Teaming on Information Sharing in Furtherance of US Sanctions.