The Law of Ukraine on Sanctions No. 1644-VII has been in force in Ukraine since 2014 and provides for a non-exhaustive list of 24 possible sanction types
Russia-Ukraine Crisis: External Resources
The Club have collated external resources and information relevant to the current crisis in Ukraine.
Kristin E. Poling
Focus: Bodily Injury and FDD
Kristin Poling is a licensed admiralty attorney. She attended University of Seton Hall Law where she graduated Cum Laude. Prior to joining Thomas Miller Americas, Kristin was a litigator practicing transportation and maritime law at a New York law firm.
Dee is a Senior Claims Director, with a particular focus on people claims, and a member of the Bodily Injury team.
Maritime Anti-Corruption Network
The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) is a global business network working towards the vision of a maritime industry free of corruption that enables fair trade to the benefit of society at large.
Rules and Correspondents 2022
The UK P&I Club Rulebook for the 2022 policy year is now available on the Club's website as a PDF download.
A Guide to People Claims
Information and documentation required to efficiently handle your claim.
UK Club Live Webinar (Series 22) - Retrofitting challenges - Technical and contractual perspectives
The UK Club recently conducted another live webinar on ship retrofitting, discussing the technical and contractual perspectives.
The Covid-19 pandemic continues to dominate the headlines around the world
The International Group recently became a member of the Maritime Research Institute of the Netherlands (MARIN) Top Tier project.
Since 2010, considerable sanctions' activity has been directed at shipping and its supporting industries reflecting the fact that 90% of world trade involves the carriage of goods by sea.
China - Supreme Court's Memorandum of National Courts' Symposium on Commercial and Maritime Cases
The Club would like to draw Members' attention to an article by Haitong & Partners law firm dated 27.01.2022 in which Haitong provides their comments on the maritime section of the Supreme Court's Memorandum of National Courts' Symposium on Commercial and Maritime Cases.
Case Study: A falling incident from a ladder
This paper introduces a case of fall accidents that occurred in the past and considers measures to prevent the recurrence of such accidents.
This tragic accident is of particular significance because it was a major reason for the creation of the ISM (International Safety Management) Code
The Club would like to remind all Members and industry stakeholders to proactively start preparations for the BWTS installations if they have not already been scheduled.
China - Pilot programme opening up coastal carriage to vessels of foreign Container Lines
The UK Club's correspondents, Huatai Marine, report on an announcement by the country's Ministry of Transport on 13.12.2021 regarding a pilot programme to partially open up China's coastal trade.
These amendments will enter into force on 1 April 2022.
While the holiday season can bring about some unwanted stress, there are some scientific reasons why your mood can be affected by the seasons.