Cyberattacks make companies and governments WannaCry
15.05.2017 |Cyber Security, Aviation, Business & Finance, Commercial Disputes, Energy, Insurance & Reinsurance, International Trade & Commodities, Shipping, Yachts and Superyachts
Whilst the reaction from both mainstream and social media was one of shock at the extent of this weekend’s global cyber-attack, for those working within cyber-security it came as little surprise.
Supreme Court explains meaning of “abnormal occurrence” in context of a safe port warranty and tackles co-insurance questions
10.05.2017 |Shipping, Insurance & Reinsurance
In an important judgment handed down on 10 May 2017, the Supreme Court has unanimously upheld the Court of Appeal’s decision of 22 January 2015 that there was no breach of the safe port undertaking in this case.
Shipping E-Brief May 2017
The Shipping E-Brief is a quarterly publication providing you with key information on legal decisions and developments in shipping and related business areas.
Reasonableness of Subject Access Requests
05.05.2017 |Business & Finance
It is well established that individuals have rights under the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA) to access their personal data by making a subject access request (SAR).
Guidance provided for package limitation for containerised cargoes
A significant judgment has recently been handed down dealing with package or unit limitation under the Hague/Hague-Visby Rules.
Meaning of “port limits” in a fixture recap
The Commercial Court has set out a starting point for construing the meaning of “port limits” in a charterparty.