Journal of International Maritime Law - Volume 27 - Issue 6
IMO revisits ‘wilful misconduct’ provision of the global liability limitation regime
ANALYSIS OF RECENT CASES AND CONTEMPORARY DEVELOPMENTS
Shipbreakers abroad and secondary defendants in England
Begum v Maran (UK) Ltd  EWCA Civ 326,  2 Lloyd’s Rep 505
A UK post-Brexit problem – migration in the English Channel
This article investigates the bilateral and multilateral legal framework applicable to migrants arriving by sea, and its effect on any proposed UK unilateral action
Professor of European Law, University of Genoa
The single liability principle, time-bars and counterclaims
This is a core principle governing parties’ liability in collision cases and the necessity of a valid counterclaim which is not time-barre d is examined in the UK and Singapore courts.
EUGENE CHENG JIANKAI
Advocate and Solicitor, Supreme Court of Singapore
Testing the water: applying BIMCO AUTOSHIPMAN to remotely controlled ships, cyber incidents and events of force majeure
The development of a new contract for management of autonomous ships is examined before its full implementation.
Faculty of Law, CEPRI, University of Copenhagen
INTERNATIONAL AND REGIONAL ORGANISATIONS
Minimum wage for seafarers working on short sea ferries – the P&O Ferries saga
On 17 March P&O ferries sacked 800 UK-based seafarers by a zoom call and without notice. This article addresses specifically the matter of applying the national minimum wage to ferry owners operating out of UK ports. The UK Government’s proposal to change the law - a knee-jerk response – raises several controversial issues inconsistent with international norms.
ASEAN–India maritime cooperation plan
Marsden and Gault on Collisions at Sea
Andrew Tettenborn, John Kimbell QC
China’s Role in the Arctic: Observing and Being Observe
Index of cases
Index of legislation