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This booklet of extracts combines recent articles from Lloyd’s Law Reports and Chinese Maritime and Commercial Law Reports, as well as our news and analysis sources on, to provide a round-up of our must-see content from October 2017.

This booklet contains extracts from:

  • The Dream Star, Lloyd’s Law Reports Plus, [2017] Lloyd’s Rep Plus 87
  • China Maritime Arbitration Commission (CMAC) Award MA200919, Chinese Maritime and Commercial Law Reports, [2017] 3 CMCLR 38
  • Cyber attacks – legal implications on the shipping industry, Shipping & Trade Law, (2017) 17 STL 8 1
  • Time to take stock of cyber risks, Maritime Risk International, (2017) 31 MRI 8 8
  • Union Marine Classification Services LLC v The Government of the Union of Comoros (No 2), Lloyd’s Maritime Law Newsletter, (2017) 988 LMLN 1
Maritime and commercial October 2017 booklet

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