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Produced on a quarterly basis, these case updates are designed to provide a regular summary of English Court cases relevant to relevant to the law of marine insurance, including hull, war and cargo risks. We also seek to include other cases which may be of interest in terms of procedural decisions, for example service out of the jurisdiction or anti-suit injunctions.

Case updates

  • Commodities Case Update, November 2018
    26/11/2018
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    We are delighted to present the sixth Commodities Case Update which is being provided to a small group of clients quarterly. The update provides a summary of some of the key cases relevant to the commodities sector from the last few months. Commodities  Dispute Resolution 
  • Commodities Case Update, July 2018
    17/07/2018
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    We are delighted to present the fifth Commodities Case Update which is being provided to a small group of clients quarterly. The update provides a summary of ten of the key cases relevant to the commodities sector from the last few months. Commodities 
  • Commodities Case Update, March 2018
    26/02/2018
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    HFW is delighted to present our fourth Commodities Case Update, which is being provided to a small group of clients quarterly. This edition has been prepared by Damian and Andrew. Commodities 
  • Commodities Case Update, October 2017
    27/12/2017
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    We are delighted to present the third Commodities Case Update which is being provided to a small group of clients quarterly. The update provides a summary of ten of the key cases relevant to the commodities sector from the last few months. Commodities  Dispute Resolution 
  • ON THE TOOLS magazine, October 2016
    01/10/2016
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    Welcome to the inaugural edition of ON THE TOOLS, HFW’s newest publication which brings together all of our updates in relation to developments in Australian construction law from the last six months. Construction  Dispute Resolution  Australia  Asia Pacific 
  • Marine Insurance Case Update 4
    26/09/2014
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    Welcome to the fourth of our HFW Marine Insurance Case Updates which are produced on a six monthly basis. The Marine Insurance Case Update aims to provide you with regular summaries of English Court cases relevant to the law of marine insurance including hull, war and cargo risks. We will also seek to include other cases which may be of interest in terms of procedural decisions, for example service out of the jurisdiction or anti-suit injunctions. Shipping  Ports & Terminals  Insurance & Reinsurance  London  Dispute Resolution 
  • Marine Insurance Case Update 3
    29/01/2014
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    Welcome to the third of our HFW Marine Insurance Case Updates which are produced on a six monthly basis. The Marine Insurance Case Update aims to provide you with regular summaries of English Court cases relevant to the law of marine insurance including hull, war and cargo risks. We will also seek to include other cases which may be of interest in terms of procedural decisions, for example service out of the jurisdiction or anti-suit injunctions. Insurance & Reinsurance  Shipping  Dispute Resolution  London 
  • Marine Insurance Case Update 2
    10/06/2013
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    Welcome to the second of our HFW Marine Insurance Case Updates which are now produced on a six monthly basis. This second update includes issues of coverage, nondisclosure, the importance of carefully worded arbitration agreements and binding settlement agreements. Insurance & Reinsurance  Shipping  Dispute Resolution  London 
  • Marine Insurance Case Update 1
    01/01/2013
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    Welcome to the first of our HFW Marine Insurance Case Updates, which we now intend to produce on a six monthly basis. This first update includes a rare commentary on general average liens exercised by Owners and a case involving attempted avoidance on the grounds of material misrepresentation and non-disclosure. Underwriters will also note the case where an application to re-amend their defence & counterclaim submissions to reflect a breach of warranty in respect of the vessel being laid up was largely rejected. On the procedural side there is useful clarificationof the precise physical version of a claim form which needs to be served overseas and when one can extend the period of time in which to do so. Insurance & Reinsurance  Shipping  Dispute Resolution  London 
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