The Maritime Advocate online–Issue 638

1. New York: The First Global Center of Arbitration 2. OW Bunkers – Sales Contract Issues 3. London International Shipping Week 4. Put Money in Terminals not Box Ships says Drewry 5. The Next Justices of the US Supreme Court 6. People and Places FOB Network News The current count of Members is 3745 Our …Read the full article

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The Maritime Advocate online–Issue 636

1. Nigeria – Blacklisting of Crude Oil Tankers 2. Building A Stronger Business Through Collaboration 3. Situation at Tianjin 4. Sea Power Blog 5. LISW Conference 2015: Propelling World Trade: Thursday 10 September: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm 6. People and Places FOB Network News The current count of Members is 3735 ———– Registration for …Read the full article

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The Maritime Advocate online–Issue 635

1. Texas Prompt Pay Act–When does it Apply? 2. US Coast Guard Marine Casualty Reporting Guidance 3. Demurrage Claims 4. London International Shipping Week Debate on Maritime Welfare 5. E-Presentation of Bills of Lading and Bolero 6. People and Places FOB Network News The current count of Members is 3731 ———– Registration for FOB is …Read the full article

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The Maritime Advocate online–Issue 634

1.Risk and Responsibility: Who’s on the Hook for Poor Loading and Discharge? 2. Enhanced Court Fees for Money Claims–An Own Goal for the System? 3. Mediating Superyacht Claims 4. Construction of Commercial Contracts–Literal Terms Mean what they Say 5. Sword Fish Dispute 6. People and Places Job Vacancies W.A.M. COMPANY LIMITED Bahamian Surveying Firm in …Read the full article

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The Maritime Advocate online–Issue 633

1.London Arbitration–Too Bad if your Award is Late 2. Lithium-Ion Battery Losses 3. Freezing Orders in Australia 4. Ireland–the Next International Shipping Powerhouse? 5. European Debt, Greek Debt, German Debt 6. People and Places Job Vacancies W.A.M. COMPANY LIMITED Bahamian Surveying Firm in Freeport, Bahamas is seeking competent professional individuals to join its team as …Read the full article

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The Maritime Advocate online–Issue 632

1. Latest but not Last Word on Demurrage Time Bars 2. China-Australia Free Trade Agreement 3. Barge Captain gets Six Months in Clink after Propane Torch Cludge 4. SHIPARC 2015–Sustainable Arctic Shipping 5. The Psychology of Negotiation 6. People and Places Job Vacancies W.A.M. COMPANY LIMITED Bahamian Surveying Firm in Freeport, Bahamas is seeking competent …Read the full article

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The Maritime Advocate online–Issue 631

1.Deprivation of Liberty at Sea 2. POEA Issuances on Yemen Situation 3. Limits of Liability in Hong Kong 4. Rotterdam Court can now Order Ship Arrests Throughout the EU 5. What is Code? 6. People and Places FOB Network News The current count of Members is 3711 ———– Registration for FOB is gratis for individuals. …Read the full article

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The Maritime Advocate online–Issue 630

1.Friendly Discussions 2. Report on the International Congress of Maritime Arbitrators held in Hong Kong 3. What’s Rocking the Future of Shipping? 4. Suntis Triple Death Mysteries 5. China’s New Silk Roads 6. People and Places Situation Vacant Michael Else and Co (MECO) are looking for a class underwriter for their PIMS facility serving the …Read the full article

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The Maritime Advocate online–Issue 629

1. AAA Chairman Floats Claims Council Notion 2. Demurrage and Detention in Shipping 3. Compelling Arbitration under Equitable Estoppel 4. Cyber Security in the Tanker Industry 5. My Life, Standing on the Shore 6. People and Places Situation Vacant Michael Else and Co (MECO) are looking for a class underwriter for their PIMS facility serving …Read the full article

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The Maritime Advocate online–Issue 628

IN THIS ISSUE 1. Obligation to Pay Hire 2. New Tolls Structure for the Panama Canal 3. Maersk Tigris 4. Ballast Water–Cut Bait or Fish 5. The Boy who Loved Transit 6. People and Places Situation Vacant Michael Else and Co (MECO) are looking for a class underwriter for their PIMS facility serving the freight …Read the full article

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The Maritime Advocate online–Issue 627

1.Corruption in Shipping 2. How Shipowners Can Benefit from Electronic Bills of Lading 3. Blowout Preventer Systems (“BOPs”) and Well Control 4. Force Majeur in the Ukraine 5. Cruising Chinese Style 6. People and Places FOB Network News The current count of Members is 3698 ———– Registration for FOB is gratis for individuals. Businesses can …Read the full article

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The Maritime Advocate online–Issue 626

1. The Eleni P 2. Preventing Deterioration in Condition of Casualty-Stricken Ships–Who Pays? 3. BIMCO/ICS Survey 4. News from Brussels–Combined Transport in Europe not all it could be 5. Bow to Bow with the Maersk Edinburgh 6. People and Places FOB Network News The current count of Members is 3692 Registration for FOB is gratis …Read the full article

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The Maritime Advocate online–Issue 625

1. In Rem Writ in Hong Kong 2. Welcome to the USA! — A Shipowner’s Guide to Regulatory Compliance 3. Dubai Court Awards Damages for Wrongful Arrest 4. Seven Days in May: Resolving Your Arbitration Insecurities 5. Law Firms Prime Targets for Hackers and Criminals 6. People and Places FOB Network News The current count …Read the full article

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The Maritime Advocate online–Issue 624

1. ICMA XIX 2. Allianz Publishes Third Annual Review of Marine 3. The End of the Astra 4. Our Golden Age 5. Navigating Scylla and Charybdis 6. People and Places FOB Network News The current count of Members is 3681 A recent post to the the Heavy Lift and Project Cargo Group is a publication …Read the full article

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The Maritime Advocate online–Issue 623

1. Well Site Leaders are not Seamen 2. ICIC 2015 3. The UK Insurance Act 4. Denzil Stuart 5. International Congress of Marine Arbitrators–Change of Venue to Hong Kong 6. People and Places FOB Network News The latest sponsors of FOB are the organisers of the upcoming Arbitrators Congress in Hong Kong. Item 5 below …Read the full article

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Issue 186

1. Early loading A RECENT maritime arbitration in London dealt with the issue of early loading, and its effect on the running of laytime. The charter party at issue included a clause under which the charterers, if they agreed to the vessel loading earlier than the start of laydays, should have the benefit of the …Read the full article

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