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Web Alert: Extended fixed costs regime in UK courts?5 February, 2016On 28 January 2016 Lord Justice Jackson delivered a lecture to the Insolvency Practitioners Association arguing that the existing fixed costs regime in England and Wales needed extending and suggesting that it could eventually apply to all claims.
Web Alert: The English courts are again strict on the issue of timebars4 February, 2016The Court of Appeal has reaffirmed their strict approach to time bars in the recent collision case of STOLT KESTREL c/w NIYAZI S.
Web Alert: Australia – Recognition of foreign maritime liens?3 February, 2016In the recent landmark decision of The Sam Hawk1, the Federal Court of Australia held that a foreign maritime lien (even if the claim does not constitute a maritime lien under Australian law) is enforceable in Australia and capable of founding the arrest of a ship under the Admiralty Act 1988 (Cth) [“Act”].
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