Journal of International Maritime Law - Volume 26 - Issue 6
Third party claims against P&I Clubs in the UK
ANALYSIS OF CASES AND CONTEMPORARY DEVELOPMENTS
Applicable test of standard of care for injuries sustained abroad during shore activities under the EU Package Holiday Directive – Kellett v RCL Cruises & Ors
Kellett v RCL Cruises & Ors  IEHC 408 (Barr J),  IECA 138 (Noonan J, Haughton J, Collins J)
Compensation for pure economic loss resulting from tanker oil spills (part I)
Former Director of the International Oil Pollution Compensation Funds
Compensation claims for pure economic loss under the CLC/Fund regime are subject to interpretation by the IOPC Funds and the courts of oil pollution damage from tanker spills.
Onus Probandi under the Hague-Visby Rules Article III.1 sea cargo claims: did The Volcafe alter the structure?
School of Law, University of East Anglia
The author argues that The Volcafe alters the burden of proof structure as between carrier and cargo interest, and that common law does dictate a standard requirement on the legal burden of proof under Article III.1. That requirement is on the carrier.
Force majeure clauses in New York Maritime Arbitration and ICC Rules
Member New York Bar, Consultant World Bank Group
Should force majeure still be considered a defence to non-performance in international maritime arbitration or is it due for amendment, given the high threshold necessary, modern challenges and the unpredictability of maritime tribunals?
NATIONAL AND REGIONAL REPORTS
China’s role in the Intergovernmental Conference on marine biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction and ‘The Community of Shared Destiny for Humankind’
XU JOHN ZHANG
Clayton Utz, Melbourne
INTERNATIONAL AND REGIONAL ORGANISATIONS
IMO – The IOPC Funds: meeting of the governing bodies
IMO – IMO Legal Committee – 107th Session
27 November – 1 December 2020
Maritime Law in Motion
Proshanto K Mukherjee, Maximo Q Mejia Jr, Jingjing Xu (Eds)
Index of cases
Index of legislation