The situation on the ground in Libya has changed rapidly and dramatically in recent days. At the time of writing, international sanctions remain in place.
International law firm Ince & Co announces the opening of their new office in Monaco on 01 August 2011.
Ince & Co has been named Global Shipping and Maritime Law Firm of the Year at the Who's Who Legal awards. Partner Jonathan Lux was named Shipping and Maritime Lawyer of the Year for the second year in succession.
Ince & Co, the international law firm, has recruited senior lawyer Kunal Kapoor, boosting the firm’s Business & Finance practice in Singapore.
The UK Bribery Act 2010 comes into force on 1 July 2011. Commercial organisations will now be at risk of the corporate offence of failure to prevent bribery, and will need to have “adequate procedures” designed to prevent bribery, which, under the Act, will afford a defence.
Date: Tuesday 25 - Thursday 27 June, 2013
Location: Bonhill House, London
Ince & Co partner Fionna Gavin is speaking during the spotlight session on “The Hague-Visby Rules in context: what are the types of carriage covered by the Rules?”. This session will look into the Rules and whether they apply to the contract of carriage, cargo, voyage or stage of the voyage; the application of the Rules by agreement and the most important aspects of the Rules.
Date: Thursday 27 June, 2013
Location: The President Wilson Hotel, Geneva
Ince & Co partner, and head of the Global International Trade and Commodities group, Stuart Shepherd will be speaking at the conference on “Legal issues with letters of credit”. London based partner Stephen Marais forms part of the panel which will be covering “Commodity and Trade Finance” which includes discussion around traders financing other traders, the effect of Basel III and shadow banking and regulation.
Date: Monday 16 - Tuesday 17 September, 2013
Location: The Hatton, London
Ince & Co partner Chris Kidd and senior associate Mark de la Haye will be hosting a practical workshop during day one titled “Effectively negotiating an installation contract to deal with weather and seabed risk”. During this session delegates will work in groups to examine a contract and practically apply amendments for a specific offshore wind project.