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Members of the Standard Club are supported by over 200 staff located in offices in the major shipping centres.

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Press release: The Standard Club delivers stable 2014-15 underwriting performance and steady growth22 May, 2015The result is in line with the club’s strategy of delivering sustainable, good-value cover with excellent financial security and a high quality membership.
Web alert: Anti-suit injunctions – a disappointing decision from the ECJ? Gazprom OAO22 May, 2015For over ten years, it has been accepted that the English courts have restricted powers when it comes to issuing anti-suit injunctions within the EU, seeking to restrain court proceedings before another EU state. However, what about an anti-suit injunction seeking to restrain the breach of an arbitration agreement?
Web alert: Asian Gypsy Moths - 2015 recap21 May, 2015Once again it is time for the mariner to consider the Asian Gypsy moth (AGM) in order to avoid any undue complications with the port states which require action to be taken. Whilst the AGM season occurs every year, 2015’s AGM season differs slightly from previous years due to new requirements in North America and a different approach to the problem in Australia.
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Part 2 of our discussion on anti-suit injunctions - how do they effect arbitration agreements?…

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Read our update on Asian Gypsy moth for 2015, specifically in North America and Australia…