“THE MARITIME LAW AT THE DAWN OF THE THIRD DECADE OF THE XXI CENTURY” - Book in honor of Professor Melo Ruiz,
SS&D Nov 26, 2019

Last September, in Mexico City, on the eve of the “Mexico Colloquium & Assembly 2019” of the “Comite Maritime International”, a tribute dinner was held in honor of the professor and doctor, Ignacio Luis Mel… Read More

 
Procedure and Time-Scale Applicable to Maritime Claims conducted through: i) National Courts; ii) Arbitration; and iii) Mediation / Alternative Dispute Resolution
SS&D Oct 23, 2019

Since 1 September 2004, disputes related to Maritime Law are to be conducted by the Commercial Courts. Proceedings before Commercial Courts commence by lodging a writ of summons together with a power… Read More

 
AIJA - C and TRADE O.2, Shipping is Turning Green
SS&D Oct 10, 2019

In October, AIJA’s Transport Law Commission in cooperation with the International T.R.A.D.E. Commission, will host this year’s seminar focused on the environmental aspects of shipping and trade. This event will… Read More

 
LONDON - INTERNATIONAL MARITIME LAW SEMINAR
SS&D Oct 1, 2019

The International Maritime Law Seminar, now in its 14th year, will take place in London at Gibson Hall on 3 October 2019. With an average attendance of more than 250 Insurance and Maritime Law spe… Read More

 
Actions to preserve or obtain access to evidence in relation to maritime claims including any available procedures for the preservation of physical evidence, examination of witnesses or pre-action disclosure
SS&D Jul 15, 2019

The Spanish Civil Procedural Act (Act 1/2000) regulates the procedure to obtain evidence prior to the commencement of legal proceedings, as well as the procedure to adopt measures to seize evidence (a… Read More