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Truck cartel

The European Commission has found that five truck manufacturers participated in an illegal cartel concerning the supply of medium and heavy trucks.


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The duty to make reasonable adjustments – what you can learn from the case of the wheelchair v the buggy

The Supreme Court has handed down an important Judgment on the extent of the duty to make reasonable adjustments in circumstances involving…

Phil Allen
Phil Allen Partner

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Burden of proof for cargo claims under Hague Rules

The Commercial Court has held that the Package Limitation Provisions in Article IV Rule 5 of the Hague Rules do not apply to bulk cargo.


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Hague Rules Package Limitation does not apply to bulk cargoes

The Commercial Court has recently given judgment in a cargo damage claim, holding that the Package Limitation Provisions in Article IV Rule 5 of the…


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Atlantik Confidence – Breaking the 1976 Limitation for Maritime

In a landmark judgment, Cargo Interests have defended an application made by the owners of a bulk carrier to constitute a limitation fund.

Phil James
Phil James Partner

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Marine cyber fraud alert

According to Financial Fraud Action, a financial scam takes place every 15 seconds. The scams frequently fall into the category of cybercrime.

Phil James
Phil James Partner

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New Code to combat Cyber attacks on ports and port systems

A new Code of Practice on Cyber Security for Ports and Port Systems has recently been launched. The Code was commissioned by the Department of…

Phil James
Phil James Partner

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Contracting out of right to limit liability

The right of ship owners to limit their liability for maritime claims is established in the Convention on Limitation of Liability for Maritime Claims…


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