The Seminar will address the current hot topics of international arbitration. The seminar will have two parts.
The first part will cover key issues related to the current perspectives of international commerci…
Validity of Foreign Jurisdiction Clauses in Bills of Lading Under Spanish Law, by Luis de San Simón
The International Maritime Law Seminar has published its first Newsletter, with the contribution of Luis de San Simón and his article "Validity of Foreign Jurisdiction Clauses in Bills of Lading Under Spanish…
Norway is first to ratify 2010 compensation regime for Hazardous and Noxious Cargoes
Norway has become the first country to become a Contracting State to a key compensation treaty covering the transport of hazardous and noxious substances (HNS) by ship.
The International Convention on Liabil…
The 110 metre-long MV Ireland Cement Carrier Became the First Vessel to Bunker Liquefied Natural Gas in the Spanish Port of Bilbao.
LNG-fueled cement carrier, Ireland, became the first vessel to bunker liquefied natural gas in the Spanish port of Bilbao.
The truck-to-ship bunkering operation was carried out at the end of last month in c…
Land or maritime transport? Court rules on transport of goods from ship to unloading area, By Pedro Abad and Eduardo Zalvide
On June 29 2016 the Supreme Court applied the previous International Merchant Shipping Act 1949 to establish which party was responsible for damages incurred during the unloading of goods.