7 - 9 March 2017
1 - 3 Bonhill House,
Cargo Claims In Practice Seminar
Analyse the practical and legal aspects relating to specific types of cargo claims
- Understand the importance of the bill of lading and why it is necessary as a contract of carriage
- Assess which rules apply and the incorporation of charterparty terms
- Learn about contemporary issues affecting cargo claims such as sanctions
- Identify the parties to the cargo claim and understand which party is entitled to bring the claim
- Gain a working knowledge of key documentation, important contract clauses and the liability regimes under the Rules
Maximise your learning and networking opportunities with our interactive sessions:
- Practical workshop on establishing and handling a cargo claim
- Case study on liquid and gas cargoes
- Case study on bulk and steel cargoes
- Join your speakers and fellow attendees for networking drinks
- The principles of cargo claims: the rules, the contract and current trends
- Trends update: what is currently happening in the cargo claims sector?
- Effectively negotiating security
- Understanding key issues relating to the delivery of cargo
- Managing your defence of a cargo claim
- Wet and dry cargoes: identifying the risks and effective quality control
- Examining liability regimes and measures of indemnity
- Analysing evidence in cargo claims
Who should attend?
Relevant to all professionals involved in the marine claims handling process including:
Shipowners/ operators/ managers
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Very good and interesting programme
Good balance of basics and more detailed knowledge pitched well.
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16 hours CPD points - The Solicitors Regulation Authority
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