For both Time and Voyage examine a real charterparty agreement and understand how to approach claims/disputes when they arise
Consider the different legal options available for securing your claim
Successfully negotiate a charterparty contract and explore common areas of concern understanding a broker's role in the negotiation process
Hear an example of a dialogue between an owner and a charterer discussing the contractual promise of safe port berthing
Adrian Benham, Director, Steamship Insurance Management Services
Andrew Pearson, Partner, Skuld
Clive Thorp, Consultant, Clyde & Co
Ed Mills-Webb, Partner, Clyde & Co
Jonathan Steer, Solicitor, MFB Solicitors
Karis Barton, Associate, Holman Fenwick Willan
Russell Crumplin, Partner, SACH Solicitors
Robert Gay, Legal Director, Hill Dickinson
Ed Mills-Webb, Partner, Clyde & Co LLP
Alexander Sandiforth, Associate, Reed Smith
Alex Davey, Partner, Birketts Solicitors
Nick Austin, Partner, Clyde & Co
Lisa Wortley, Partner, Birketts
Mark Doyle, Partner, Mills & Co
Phil Stalley, Consultant, Phil Stalley Ltd.
Jeb Clulow, Partner, Reed Smith
Charles Baker, Maritime Arbitrator, London Maritime Arbitration Association
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