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.
Employment claims facing yacht owners
28.02.2017 |Yachts and Superyachts
Yacht owners are facing increasing risk and uncertainty arising from crew employment claims in France.
Update on the French flag RIF
11.08.2016 |Yachts and Superyachts
The French flag RIF is the French international register for commercial vessels and yachts which was introduced in 2006 and open initially to commercial yachts above 24 metres.
Brexit: Yacht happens next?
29.06.2016 |Yachts and Superyachts
While the referendum has dominated the headlines in recent weeks, once the dust has settled one thing is certain: it’ll be business as usual in yachting for the next couple of years at least – albeit against a background of slight uncertainty.
Do you know where your seafarer employees are “based” and why it matters?
28.04.2016 |Shipping, Yachts and Superyachts
The Queen on the application of Fleet Maritime Services (Bermuda) Ltd v. The Pensions Regulator (Rev 1)  EWHC 3744 (Admin) .
Yachtbuilding: court considers implied duty of cooperation in shipbuilding contract
18.11.2015 |Yachts and Superyachts
In a decision relevant to both buyers and builders of yachts, Swallowfalls Ltd v. Monaco Yachting & Technologies S.A.M. & Anor, the English Court of Appeal considered whether a loan for the construction of a luxury yacht was repayable “on demand” and decided it was.