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Ship arrest procedure in Ireland is quick, straightforward, and requires no security from the arresting party. However, it is important to consider the jurisdictional basis of each claim to ensure there is a right of arrest - and avoid a potential liability for wrongful arrest.
In the second part of our global healthcare webinar programme, our experts in Hong Kong, Thailand, Denmark, France, Ireland, Spain and Canada have provided insights into the healthcare system and medical malpractice claims within their jurisdictions.
Climate change presents numerous business risks and associated environmental liabilities. A significant number of businesses made transition declarations at the recent COP26. This will only increase the growing pressure on businesses to adapt their business models as part of climate transition plans. Assessing the impacts on businesses in the shape of financial, legal, and reputational risks places climate change at the top of the global board room agenda.
This article is the fourth in a series on what Brexit means in practice to businesses and the insurance market more widely. In this article, we focus on the Northern Ireland protocol.
We are delighted to have appointed one of the country’s leading data specialists as part of a bold new strategy which will revolutionise the way we does business.
We are delighted to announce we have appointed two new data scientists as part of our growing development team in India.
In this briefing, we consider some recent decisions addressing issues including sanctions clauses in LOUs, appropriate time zones when calculating demurrage notice periods and safe navigation duties for ports and ship owners.
We are delighted to announce our virtual work experience programme has hit 10,000 enrolments in just over a year.
Case review 01/11/2021
A recent Irish Admiralty Court judgment analysed the responsibilities of a port and a ship following a grounding in an entrance channel, by balancing with the duties of the port with those navigating the ship, including the pilot. The judgment includes a detailed consideration of English case law and may resonate in other common law jurisdictions.
We are delighted to be giving colleagues an annual ‘wellbeing day’ as part of a series of initiatives encouraging them to look after their mental health.