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Stamping out corruption in the maritime sector

Stamping out corruption in the maritime sector

The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network aims to eliminate all forms of maritime corruption with the support of ICS and IMO.

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Singapore, Malaysia suspend overlapping port limits

Singapore, Malaysia suspend overlapping port limits

Malaysia and Singapore mutually suspended the implementation of their overlapping port limits on Monday, going back to the port limits in place prior to Oct 25, 2018 and Dec 6, 2018 respectively.

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Maritime award clinched by woman lawyer for the first time

Maritime award clinched by woman lawyer for the first time

Gina Lee-Wan, partner and co-head of the Maritime and Aviation Practice at Allen & Gledhill, was this year listed among the inaugural batch of select practitioners recognised as senior accredited specialists in Maritime and Shipping Law by the Singapore Academy of Law.

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Tags: Shipping
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CML Short Course: Shipping Judgments Handed Down in 2018: An Overview, NUS, 25 Apr (3 public CPD points)

This seminar is part of an annual update on English Shipping Law where the controversial UKSC decision in Volcafe, two seminal decisions on limitation of liability under the Rules (The Maersk Tangier; The Aqasia) and an important collision appeal (The Alexandra 1 and Ever Smart) will be discussed.

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Important Singapore judgment on collision liability

The decision in The “Mount Apo” and the “Hanjin Ras Laffan” [2019] SGHC 57 involved an in-depth analysis of the obligations under the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea 1972.

Tags: Shipping
Tags: Shipping
Tags: Shipping
Tags: Shipping

Exclusive means exclusive

In Vinmar Overseas (Singapore) Pte Ltd v PTT International Trading Pte Ltd [2018] 2 SLR 1271, the SCA overruled at least four of its own previous judgments given over 20 years.

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Salvage, reward and treasure

In Nov 2018, the government presented a bill in Parliament which proposes among other things to implement the 1989 Salvage Convention in virtually every respect.

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Where is justice best served?

In IM Skaugen SE and another v MAN Diesel & Turbo SE and another [2018] SGHC 123, the SHC held that the availability of the SICC favoured Singapore as the more appropriate forum to hear the dispute.

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Mediation of maritime disputes aided by Singapore Convention

Mediation’s path toward being a primary dispute resolution mode has been made easier by the recent adoption in Dec 2018 by the UNGA of the 'Singapore Convention'.

The Prognosis for 2019

To stay competitive, Singapore intends to establish itself as a key financing node in Asia by making available sources of financing in addition to the 20 major banks already doing so.

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Charterparties: Law, Practice and Emerging Legal Issues, SMU Law Academy, 31 May (2 public CPD Points)

This seminar seeks to explore the current state of the law in relation to charterparties and will focus on the options available to shipowners in the event there is non-payment, including the exercise of a lien over sub-hire/sub-freight and the cargo.

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The “Long Bright” [2018] SGHC 216

Admiralty and Shipping — practice and procedure of action in rem
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The “Swiber Concorde” [2018] SGHC 197

Admiralty and Shipping — Practice and procedure of action in rem

Admiralty and Shipping — Practice and procedure of action in rem
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The "Tian E Zuo" [2018] SGHC 93

Admiralty and shipping — Collision
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