Charles Priday specialises in all areas of commercial law, with a particular emphasis on shipping, shipbuilding, sale and carriage of goods, insurance, all aspects of international trade, including banking, as well as general contractual disputes.
He undertakes advisory work, including advising commercial clients on a direct access basis. Priday appears as advocate in arbitrations (both domestic and international) and before the High Court, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court (House of Lords).
Priday also accepts appointment as arbitrator, particularly in London Maritime Arbitrators Association disputes.
He is a supporting member of the LMAA and a former secretary to the Commercial Bar Association.
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Information sourced from the 7KBW website.
Briefings from 7KBW
The court determined a number of issues about the nature and effect of a policy of professional liability insurance.
In May 2006, the Alexandros T sank off the shore of South Africa; her owners commenced proceedings in the Commercial Court against the vessel’s insurers for an indemnity.