Maritime Shipping in UK Law
OFSI publishes financial sanctions compliance guidance for the maritime shipping sector
In July 2020, the UK Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation (OFSI) published guidance for entities and individuals operating within the maritime shipping sector. The size and scale of the UK ...
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Following U.S. Lead, UK Office Of Financial Sanctions Implementation Issues Maritime Guidance
Much of the world’s focus is on the COVID-19 pandemic, and rightfully so, but sanctions regulators also have their gazes fixed on another issue: the maritime industry. On May 14 2020, we saw the U.......... Implementation (“OFSI”) released guidance (the “Guidance”) for entities and individuals who operate in, or with, the maritime shipping sector. In the wake of these guidance documents, the message is clear: expectations have been set as to what compliance best practices look like in ......
Sanctions And The Maritime Industry - Overview Of OFAC And OFSI Advisory Notes
......and look at what they mean for the maritime and commodities. industries. The shipping and commodities industries have found themselves at. the forefront of sanctions developments in recent months. In. May 2020, the US Departments of ......
P&O Ferries No-CCTV Camera Controversy: Expect a Long Fight
Following intense public pressure brought by Richard Fearnside’s mother Marianne, P&O Ferries has posted comments on its Facebook page stating that it will be discussing the use of CCTV cameras wit......... it will be discussing the use of CCTV cameras with the “wider shipping community” and will be raising this issue with the “UK and European ...ferry executive, Paul D. Woodbury: “A USA ‘maritime lawyer’ on P&O Ferries! CCTV throughout is not a practical proposal. ......
Reducing sulphur emissions from shipping
New regulations to ensure that the same regulatory requirements for sulphur emissions and anti-fouling systems will continue to apply to UK registered ships after Brexit were made last week. The Me.........These provisions will come into force on exit day. More than a decade ago the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) reached a major global agreement to reduce maximum sulphur content of marine fuels to 0.5% by 2020. A lower limit of 0.1% by 2015 ......
- Force Majeure In The Court Of Appeal Classic Maritime Inc v Limbungan Makmur SDN  EWCA Civ 1102 BHD
British Chamber of Shipping publishes Bribery Act 2010 Guidelines
The British Chamber of Shipping has published guidelines to the UK Bribery Act 2010 (the “Act”), which came into force on 1 July 2011. The purpose of the guidelines is stated as being “to provide g...
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