Ince & Co is supporting the 30th Donald O’May Lecture in Maritime Law, taking place in London on 7 November. The firm's senior partner James Wilson is chairing the event.
In this article, Ince & Co partners Kiran Soar and Simon Cooper review the impact of the devastation and longevity of Hurricane Sandy to the US East Coast, including understanding the extent of your loss, and the issues that can have a significant effect on the loss an insurer/reinsurer might expect.
Ince & Co partner Kevin Cooper provides an update on the UK Serious Fraud Office's (SFO) recently issued revised statements of policy relating to its implementation of the Bribery Act 2010, with a particular focus on self-reporting.
Iran Sanctions Update – October 2012. On 16 October 2012, the EU published Council Decision 2012/635 (the “Decision”) and Council Implementing Regulation (EU) No 945/2012 (the “Regulation”).
Ince & Co consultant, Tony George, contributes a commentary piece for Asian Banking & Finance on ‘the synergy between trade finance and credit risk insurance.’ In which he reviews the increasing trend of banks and other financial institutions as primary insureds of Trade Credit Insurance (TCI).
Date: Monday 10 - Wednesday 12 March, 2014
Location: The Hatton, London
Ince & Co partner Fionna Gavin will be speaking at the seminar on “The bill of lading as a contract of carriage”. The conference will provide delegates with an introduction to the Hague, Hague Visby, Hamburg and Rotterdam Rules. The sessions will also explore charterparty terms and what law and jurisdiction applies.
Date: Tuesday 11 - Wednesday 12 March, 2014
Location: Grange City Hotel, London
Ince & Co partner Michelle Linderman will be speaking on day one of the conference on “Iranian Sanctions: Impact on the chemical/product tanker sector” and will also provide an update on the latest developments.
Date: Monday 31 - Tuesday 01 April, 2014
Location: The Hatton, London
Ince & Co solicitor David Richards will be providing a practical session during day one on “How to avoid falling into the laytime/demurrage trap”. David will discuss how to prevent common laytime problems and potential remedies when problems arise.
Date: Thursday 03 April, 2014
Location: Ince & Co, London
Ince & Co’s Quarterly Shipping Briefing is a series of short presentations on the current issues and a round-up of the recent significant legal developments affecting the maritime industry.
Date: Wednesday 09 - Thursday 10 April, 2014
Location: Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Copenhagen
Ince & Co London based partner Stephen Marais will be leading the workshop on “Practical guidance for identifying and securing alternative sources of finance”. The workshop provides delegates with the knowledge to make informed decisions to successfully secure or arrange alternative ship financing.