IMSML and AIAC are collaborating once again to conduct a 3 day Certificate Course as an Introduction to Maritime Law.
In this evening interaction series, speakers will share a brief history of major oil spills, the 1969 and 1971 Conventions framework and thoughts on best legal practices.
If you want to increase your knowledge in maritime law or to further your career prospects, do not delay! Enrol for this 3 day Certificate Course as an Introduction to Maritime Law and Dispute Resolution.
Dr Melis Özdel (LLB, LLM, Ph.D, Advocate (Turkey), MCIArb) is the director of the UCL Centre for Commercial Law and specialism convenor for Maritime Law studies. At UCL, she convenes the International Trade Law and Carriage of Goods by Sea modules and co-convenes the International Arbitration Law module. She is also the chief examiner for the Carriage of Goods by Sea and International Trade Law modules on the University of London International Programme.
Melis has written extensively in the areas of international trade law, carriage of goods by sea, international commercial arbitration and conflict of laws and jurisdiction. She is the author of Bills of Lading Incorporating Charterparties (2014, Hart Publishing) and co-author of EU Transport Law (2016, Hart-Nomos-Beck). Melis is also a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and a supporting member of the London Maritime Arbitrators Association.
It is common place for exporters and importers to face challenges and lose millions due to ignorance of the risks associated with bills of lading in international trade.
In this evening interaction talk, two experts will share from their wealth of knowledge and experience on the problems associated with bills of lading. They will also suggest practical solutions to avoid traps and pitfalls and eliminate or minimize risks associated with bills of lading. It is not to be missed !
IMSML Members RM 50.00
Non-IMSML Members RM 90.00
Nowadays the shipping industry is frequently confronting circumstances of cross-border insolvency.
Recent media has reported that the shipping industry is now facing it's worst crisis ever, coupled by oversupply of ships adversely affecting freight rates, ship owners are drowning in debt and retreat of financial institutions has dramatically worsened the condition. Looking at the currently battered market conditions, more cross-border shipping cases are likely to surface.
The second edition of the IPBA Asia-Pac Arbitration Day builds on the success of the maiden event last year in Kuala Lumpur. Acclaimed speakers and keen international delegate participation will be replicated again this year with a focus on trending issues in the arbitration world. Topics planned for discussion include the interfacing between experts, counsel and client, conflict of interest in arbitration and perspectives from in-house counsel. Don’t miss this exciting event!
The keynote speaker for this year’s edition is The Right Honourable Lord Saville of Newdigate.
For more enquiries please call +603-2271 1000 or email organiser at firstname.lastname@example.org
Maritime Arbitration: Exercising Choice
- Choice of seat and Rules, that impact on costs
- Choice of other ADR methods, including International Commercial Courts
- Choice of Arbitrators and Counsel, to transfer skill and technology and yet ensure quality
- Choice of opting out of reference on questions of law for finality, versus authoritative development of the law
- Choice of Experts and processes for expert testimony