London has long been a hub for international dispute resolution cases, but Brexit may alter that
Insurers have a critical role in bringing clarity to the alternative fuel debate and building consensus among maritime industry players
Setting sail with a defective voyage plan that endangered the safety of the ship constituted unseaworthiness
Changes in the liability landscape mean the third-party liability cover held by most ports is woefully insufficient to cover the cost of a multiple serious personal injury claim event, experts warn
The continued spread of Covid in Asia, and claims arising in more expensive jurisdictions, have increased the frequency and the average size of P&I claims, says P&I club’s regional managing director
International trade flows have become significantly more concentrated over the past few years, with $7.5trn – 50% of all global trade – now flowing through 50 key ports
If carriers insist on adopting historically rooted modes of behaviour, rate softening will spread and gather pace at a time when the marine insurance market is at a tipping point
Supply chain issues enable shipowners to obtain higher freight rates and offset increased costs, including the cost of insurance, but a more comprehensive solution is needed to avoid a global recession
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