Welcome to the autumn edition of Legalseas. We open this edition with an article from Durban partner Andrew Robinson, and Melbourne partner Hazel Brasington on the t
November 17, 2014
As the West African Ebola virus outbreaks remain uncontrolled, even operators not serving West African routes are now seeking guidance on protective clauses
In 2007 the Gulf of Aden, one of the world’s busiest sea lanes, became the scene of numerous attacks by Somali pirates.
Recent plans to increase cooperation in the liner shipping sector in the form of the proposed P3 and 2M shipping alliances have struggled to get off the ground...
International shipping companies, including Marco Polo Seatrade, Omega Navigation, TBS International, TMT Procurement, General Maritime, Excel Maritime and Genco...
In this article we will provide a broad overview of the rules and regulations governing Hong Kong, Panama and Marshall Islands flag including a brief analysis of the
In our June 2013 edition of Legalseas, we wrote about the English Court’s consideration of the application of the Sale of Goods Act 1979 (SOGA) to the sale of a...
New 2014 Catalogue on Foreign Investment reduces restrictions for foreign investment in life science and healthcare sector
November 11, 2014
Welcome to the tenth issue of Competition World – a quarterly survey of key antitrust and competition law developments around the world, produced by the global legal
November 10, 2014
Early amicable settlements are usually the natural preference of both the business and legal counsel.
November 07, 2014
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