Intellectual Property Magazine
By Maura O’Malley 17 Jul 2017
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Lloyd's Law Reports: Maritime and Commercial,...
14 Jul 2017
The Supreme Court has ruled that in calculating damages for the repudiation of a charterparty, shipowners were not obliged to give credit to charterers for sale proceeds made by a sale in opportune market conditions. Read more on this important decision.
Lloyd's Law Reports: Financial Crime, Money L...
29 Jun 2017
This booklet of extracts combines recent articles from Lloyd’s Law Reports: Financial Crime and Money Laundering Bulletin, as well as other sources on i-law.com, to provide a round-up of our must-see content from June 2017.
Medical Law Reports
29 Jun 2017
2016 saw a variety of noteworthy cases which raised important issues in medical law. Below is a summary of those cases of particular interest which were covered in Medical Law Reports. Each Report features a detailed headnote analysing the key issues raised in the action, alongside the full verbatim court judgment and commentary, putting the case into context and highlighting its importance for future litigation.
Shipping and Trade Law
06 Jun 2017
This article describes the preliminary results of an ongoing project at the University of Southampton outlining some of the issues identified as being posed by Brexit. These are the available choices concerning the UK flag, the problem of “gold-plated” EU shipping regulations and finally, the potential impact of Brexit on contracts and dispute resolution.
01 Jun 2017
The Supreme Court on 10 May 2017 gave judgment in Gard Marine and Energy Ltd v China National Chartering Co Ltd  UKSC 35. The judgment provides one expected answer, one surprise and one real brainteaser. [This is an extract of the full article on i-law.com]
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