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Shipping & Transport

21 August 2019
Costas Stamatiou Brexit's potential impact on shipping in Cyprus

Cyprus - Elias Neocleous & Co LLC

In an effort to minimise disruption to the shipping industry deriving from Brexit, the Shipping Deputy Ministry has undertaken a number of contingency measures. However, the ministry has emphasised that affected parties must also make their own preparations for the United Kingdom's withdrawal from the European Union and that where new authorisations, licences or certificates will be required post-Brexit, each party will be responsible for applying in good time.

Authors: Costas Stamatiou, Vasileios Psyrras, Andreas Christofides
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Emeka Akabogu Doing maritime business in Nigeria's $10 billion charter market

Nigeria - Akabogu & Associates

The general Nigerian economic landscape could be seen as challenging, but its robustness and potential make it worthwhile for parties that do their research. As the Nigerian ship charter market is estimated to be worth at least $10 billion, there is a lot of potential for interested parties to benefit.

Author: Emeka Akabogu
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Germany - Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein

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Michael Harowski Supreme Court precludes punitive damages for unseaworthiness claims

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Italy - Dardani Studio Legale

Author: Brian Dardani

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