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An event organized by the LSLC-YMP, Essex Court. Chambers & Stephenson Harwood. The panel will offer their insights into what works (and what doesn’t) at each step of the arbitral process, giving their invaluable insights into what gives clients the best chance of succeeding in a maritime arbitration. Please see the attached flyer for further details
This special event is a CMI International Sub-Committee meeting to debate the issues on the work done on this subject by the International Working Group for the Wrongful Arrest of Ships. The prepared Discussion Paper will be the focus for deliberations by attending CMI member representatives and invited delegates.
The challenges the shipping industry faces as regards increased transparency, disclosure of beneficial interests and the impact on the arrest risk and the risks faced by those dealing with shipping companies that are tax evasion vehicles. The CoA decision in Sinocore v RBRG dealing with the enforcement of Arbitration awards will also be reviewed.
The Centre, in conjunction with Essex Court Chambers, welcomes members and other shipping professionals to the 1st monthly event in the 2018-2019 Programme. 2018 marks the fiftieth anniversary of the 1968 Protocol. In this seminar, shipping practitioners from Essex Court Chambers will review some recent decisions on the Rules and consider what issues remain to be decided.
Join members from the YMP and the Association of Italian Maritime Lawyers at this event.
20 Essex Street will host, again, this year's annual fun Pub Quiz Evening.