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Taking a tenancy of airport real estate may at first appear little different to leasing any other type of commercial property. However, the operational requirements of a company wishing to take space at an airport need to be thought through carefully.
Court considerations during Proton Energy Group SA v Public Company Orlen Lietuva  EWHC (Comm).
Shipping law covers a broad range of practice areas, which include both contentious and non-contentious matters.
“I went to university abroad and having graduated with a Master of Laws degree, I was able to teach law at two local universities. I soon realised I did not want to pursue an academic career.”...
Ince & Co has released its insurance e-brief for March 2013.
The Supreme Court has confirmed that legal advice privilege extends only to the legal profession.
Court construes FOSFA 201 prohibition and default clauses.
This Bribery Act update from Ince & Co compares the UK Bribery Act with the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
Judgment deals with recoverability of costs of an arbitration as damages in a series of arbitration references.
The recent temporary grounding of the world’s first all-composite-construction aircraft, the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, is relatively unusual in that it has affected the worldwide fleet.
Judge’s decision is an important one for all those who trade on GAFTA terms.
Ince & Co has released its shipping e-brief for January 2013.
An analysis of the Minerva Navigation Inc v Oceana Shipping AG (M/V Athena) case, concerning the duties of ship-owners as regards charterers in shipping law.
Analysis of the Yilport Konteyner Terminali Ve Liman Isletmeleri AS v Buxcliff KG and others case, which underlines the importance of careful drafting in the wording of documents creating obligations, such as letters of undertaking or indemnities.
Much debate has centred around whether sales of rigs or vessels using or based on the Norwegian Saleform 1987 or 1993 exclude the obligation on the seller to ensure that the vessel is of satisfactory quality and fit for purpose pursuant to the Sale of Goods Act 1979, as amended (SOGA).
Employment law continues to evolve rapidly and, since our Spring 2012 Employment Law Update, there have been further significant developments, in particular as regards employer pension duties and imminent changes in relation to the employment of seafarers.
A shipyard’s failure to procure a renewal of a refund guarantee (two days before its expiry), was held to be a breach of an implied term of the shipbuilding contract that the shipyard must procure an extension within a reasonable time.
The principal issue in this case was whether a time charterparty was frustrated after the vessel was involved in a collision and the costs of repairing the vessel exceeded her market value.
We set out below an overview of the most significant further restrictions imposed by the EU Council Decision 2012/635 of 15 October 2012 Regulation 1263/2012. These further restrictions apply in conjunction with the pre-existing restrictions, details of which can be found in our previous updates.
Liability insurers need to be aware of the US Supreme Court’s decision in The Catholic Child Welfare Society and others v Various Claimants and the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools  UKSC 56, which represents a further development in the law of vicarious liability.