For more than 15 years the International Maritime Law Seminar has been held annually in London. 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 seminars in London.
The International Maritime Law Seminar had its inauguration in Singapore in 2018 and we are excited to announce that the fourth International Maritime Law Seminar held in Singapore will take place on Thursday, 25 May 2023. You and your colleagues are invited to attend this informative event. This year’s theme is «Recent Development in Maritime Law Around the World.»
The International Maritime Law Seminar is a half-day complimentary event, and will take place at the Asian Civilisation Museum. This year we will have 13 speakers from 12 different countries, addressing recent developments in maritime and transport law within their respective jurisdictions.
The seminar will be divided into three sessions and presentations will be provided by some of the most recognized and qualified foreign attorneys in the field of Maritime Law.
Attendants can credit Private CPD Points.
12.00 – Registration and Buffet style lunch
13.00 – First session
Moderator: Oliver Goossens, Gard, Singapore
- Francisco Linares, Morgan & Morgan, Panama
Panamanian limitation schemes
- Rafal Czyzyk, CMW Legal, Poland
Knock for knock – standard rule in the offshore industry – A Polish perspective
- Lynn Krieger, CWL, USA
Recent Developments in U.S. Efforts to Address Disruptions in the International Supply Chain
- Diego de San Simon, San Simon & Duch, Spain
The Prestige: 20 years later
14.20 – Break
14.50 – Panel Dicsussion on Sanctions
Moderator: Jesper Martens, HWL Ebsworth, Australia
- Marco Remiorz & Jan Dreyer, Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein, Germany
- Timothy Semenoro, Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads LLP, USA
- Giorgio Cosulich, Studio Legale Mordiglia, Italy
- Charlotte van Steenderen, MainportLawyers, the Netherlands
- Jean-Phillipe Maslin, Richemont Delviso, France
16.10 – Break
16.40 – Last session
Moderator: Maggie-Jo McGregor, The Shipowners’ Club, Singapore
- Ricardo Rozas, JJR Abogados, Chile
Constitutional remedy incorrect legal tool for challenging vessel arrests in Chile
- Henrik Hagberg, Thommessen, Norway
Marine war risk insurance put to the test – the Nordic Marine Insurance Plan
- Johannes Grove Nielsen, Bech-Bruun, Denmark
Green Shipping – CII
- Amitava Majumdar («Raja»), Bose & Mitra & Co, India
Approach of Indian courts towards abandoned vessels post arrest – Devising finer scape for P&I Clubs and Crew
18.00 – Cocktail reception
20.00 – Close
Registration is complimentary.
Please visit our new website at www.imls.law.
Space is limited and we strongly suggest to register as soon as possible to Barry Upton at: email@example.com.
|Time and place|
|Thursday 25 May 2023
From 12:00 pm at
1 Empress PI, Singapore 178555R