• Legalflyer

    Welcome to the January edition of Legalflyer.

    January 10, 2018

  • Blockchains and distributed ledger for aviation

    The IT world recently became excited by a new technology, called blockchains or distributed ledgers.

    January 09, 2018

  • Finding the right Brexit path for aviation – Taking control versus market access

    The following is an edited version of a presentation delivered to UK Transport in Europe (UKTiE) at the House of Lords on 5 September which sought to highlight legal considerations to be confronted in Brexit negotiations.

    January 09, 2018

  • Reducing the risk of an aircraft redelivery dispute

    Over recent years we have seen an increasing number of disputes arising in relation to aircraft redeliveries. This article seeks to identify why they occur, the steps that can be taken to minimise the risk of a dispute and summarises a number of relevant cases to highlight areas that are frequently subject to a dispute.

    January 09, 2018

  • AFIC – Aircraft non-payment insurance – a new aircraft financing product

    The last couple of years have been notable for the absence of financings of Airbus and Boeing aircraft supported by the European Export Credit Agencies and US Eximbank. Airlines have had to look to other sources of finance for new aircraft in recent years, and the large manufacturers have had to monitor carefully the expected funding sources for some of their pipeline of deliveries.

    January 09, 2018

  • Legalseas

    Welcome to the November 2017 issue of Legalseas.

    December 04, 2017

  • Trends in ship finance

    The way ships are financed has changed considerably in the past ten years, and the market has continued to evolve throughout 2017.

    December 04, 2017

  • Reversed - Validity of foreign ship mortgages upheld by the SCJ

    On 16 November 2017, Brazil’s Superior Court of Justice (SCJ) handed down its judgment on the long running case involving the FPSO OSX3 (the OSX3 Unit).

    December 04, 2017

  • Mandatory liability insurance for Canadian commercial ships

    Canada will soon require domestically operated commercial ships which have “passengers” on board to carry mandatory liability insurance to respond to passengers’ claims for injury or death.

    December 04, 2017

  • Trends in shipping case law

    Two noteworthy shipping cases heard during 2017 have placed contractual interpretation under the spotlight.

    December 04, 2017

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