|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 specialists, the International Maritime Law Seminar has grown from a small event to one of the most heavily anticipated legal seminar in London.
One more year, San Simon & Duch will co-host the event together with different leading international maritime law firms coming from different jurisdictions.
Our colleague Luis de San Simón will participate in the very interesting Panel discussion – “Issues and Solutions Arising from IMO 2020 ULSFO Requirements”.
11:30 – Registration
12:00 – Finger Buffet, soft drinks and coffee/tea
13:00 – Intro, Nick Tonge, North of England
13:10 – Key Note Speaker Andrew Bardot, International Group of P&I Clubs: Global maritime regulation, calm seas or choppy waters ahead?
13:25 – First Panel, moderator Nick Tonge, North of England
· Rafal Czyzyk, CMW Legal: EU Port Regulation 2017/352 and its negative impact on the EU member states seaports law – Polish seaports law case study
· Max Morgan, Jorquiera & Rozas: Criminal liability for spills and other recent developments in Chile
· Jamie C. S. Madriaga, Cox Wootton Lerner Griffin & Hansen LLP: Vessel owner exposure to punitive damages in the United States: the Supreme Court’s wades in again
· Adrian Dabinovic, DABINOVIC – Lawyers: Ports strikes in Argentina, legal and practical consequences. Courts Interpretation
· Tim Semenoro, MMWR: Big Ships, Big Fires, Big Problems – what’s involved and lessons learned
14:45 – Break
15:05 – Next Panel, moderator Monica Kohli, Gard
· Aditya Krishnamurthy, Bose & Mitra & Co: Enforcing & Executing a foreign judgment/ arbitral award against assets located in India
· Henrik Hagberg, Thommessen: Brexit impacts from a Norwegian Perspective
· Filippo Pellerano, Studio Legale Mordiglia: Claims in tort against the actual carrier: will Hague Visby Rules apply? The Italian Courts perspective
· Jan-Niklas Brons, Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein: Update on arrest of vessels in Germany
· Henri Najjar, Delviso Avocats: Unmanned ships: legal implications
16:25 – Break
16:45 – Last Panel: Panel discussion – Issues and Solutions Arising from IMO 2020 ULSFO Requirements, moderator Greg Poulos
· Camilla Søgaard Hudson, Bech-Bruun
· Charlotte van Steenderen, Van Steenderen Mainport
· Luis Raven, Morgan & Morgan
· Luis de San Simón, San Simón & Duch
· Godofrdo Mendes Vianna, Kincaid | Mendes Vianna Advogados
17:50 – Closing Remarks
18:00 – Cocktail Reception
20:00 – Closing
Registration is complimentary.
Space is very limited and we strongly suggest to register as soon as possible to Barry Upton at:firstname.lastname@example.org.