Jacqueline is a qualified barrister and solicitor handling FDD and P&I cases for many years. She is Legal Services Manager at Thomas Miller, editor of the Club’s legal publications and also a member of Thomas Miller’s Legal and Environmental Team. Jacqueline speaks Malay, French and Hokkien.
Following years of discussion and preparation, the German maritime law was amended in 2013
Due to a spike in the number of Covid-19 cases in China linked to vessels arriving at Chinese ports following crew changes, the local Customs Authority has introduced enhanced procedures for testing crew members for Covid-19 when vessels call at Chinese ports
UK P&I CLUB LIVE WEBINAR (Series 5) _ Practical aspects of Passage Planning and Bridge Resource Management_Part 1
This webinar has been split into two videos, this first webinar recording contains the complete webinar in which Capt Anuj Velankar, Sr Loss prevention executive, dealt with the case study of the CMA CGM Libra, what can be learnt and the best practices to be followed moving forward
UK P&I CLUB LIVE WEBINAR (Series 5) _ Practical aspects of Passage Planning and Bridge Resource Management_Part 2
During registration, a lot of viewers raised the issue of Bridge teams interacting with Pilots and the best practices associated
This webinar explores the complex range of ‘moving parts’ in container ship operations
We gladly invite you to join us for our second live webinar in our newly launched webinar series. In this webinar we will explore the technical aspects of fuel quality claims, leaving plenty of time for questions at the end.
An aid to risk identification and loss reduction
Whether master presented by Shipper’s with clean BL to sign was provided with warranty that cargo shipped in good order and condition – Consideration of Article III rules 3 and 5 of the Hague Rules.
When is a peril a piracy? Was there an attack on the vessel? Were there persons acting maliciously? Was there an act of vandalism? What there a “sabotage” of the vessel?
Failure to pass title in goods - Allocation of risks - Defence of common mistake – Status of a warehouse receipt – Bailment of goods – Limitation provisions in warehouse’s terms and conditions - Estoppel
In Part I of this article, the authors introduced the three new eBL providers whose blockchain based systems were recently approved by the International Group (IG), and provided an overview on how their systems work. Here in Part II, we take a look at the recent products and initiatives of Bolero and essDOCS, two of the first generation eBL providers. We also take a look at cyber risks again and at whether the paper BL, as a tool, is still fit for purpose in today’s international trade.