Hans Georg Laimer & Lukas Wieser Hold Seminar on Management Contracts with MANZ Rechtsakademie
Friederike Schäfer Teaches at University of Vienna’s Austrian Arbitration Academy Summer SchoolSchäfer (lecturer), "The Arbitral Award", University of Vienna's Austrian Arbitration AcademyRead more
A case by case of Case by Case: Live in New York | Case by Case (Ep. 67)
Calum and Luke had a lot of fun in NY doing this session in front of key clients last week. Our colleagues’ heckling notwithstanding. Essentially, we skip through 6 recent English cases from the first half of 2023. Some we’ve done before and some are new. Traversing plenty of territory in the shipping, commodities and insurance space. This pod will give you a good flavour of what’s been going on in the courts.
And yes, that’s our wacky art wall in the NYC office and not a virtual background…
Lisa Beisteiner-Matz Speaks at YAAP “All-Star” Roundtable
Beisteiner-Matz (speaker), “Dos and Don’ts on Your Career Path to Becoming a Successful Arbitration Practitioner”, “All-Star” YAAP Roundtable & Drinks, 15.06.2023.
Bull’s Eye??? | Case by Case (Ep. 66)
This week Luke and Calum discuss English Court of Appeal case FIMBank PLC v KCH Shipping Co Ltd (“The Giant Ace”)  EWCA Civ 569.
This is a good one. All about whether a claim for misdelivery arising after discharge of the goods from the vessel is time barred or not. Hague Rules versus Hague Visby Rules… Is there a big difference between the two versions of the Convention on the application of the one year time bar to post-discharge misdelivery claims? The court states that it found the “bull’s eye” in the travaux préparatoires reaching its decision… We ask, with respect, did it really?
Hans Georg Laimer & Lukas Wieser Hold MANZ Rechtsakademie Seminar on Leaves of Absence
Laimer & Wieser (speakers), “Fehl- und Abwesenheitszeiten” Seminar, MANZ Rechtsakademie, 06.06.2023.
Cause and (no) effect | Case by Case (Ep. 65)
This week Luke and Calum discuss the English Court of Appeal case of Unicredit Bank AG v Euronav NV  EWCA Civ 471.
This is a fascinating case that gets into the heart of the status of paper bills of lading. It highlights the dangers for banks in relying on paper bills, where the charterparty allows for novation of the charterparty and delivery against a letter of indemnity from charterers.