SCHEDULE OF FEES (Effective from 1 January 2022)
SERVICE
AMOUNT
REFERENCE
APPOINTMENT SERVICE FEE
SGD 1,500 

Paid to SCMA under Rule 8.6 and 9.3 for every
arbitrator appointed SCMA Chairperson
CHALLENGE TO ARBITRATOR
SGD 4,000 
Paid to SCMA under Rule 13.1 for Chairperson to determine challenge an arbitrator's appointment
EXPEDITED PROCEDURE (ARBITRATOR FEE CAP) 

The arbitrator fee cap ranges from USD 10,000 to USD15,000

Aggregate claims and counterclaims up to or equal to USD 200,000: Fee cap of USD 10,000

Aggregate claims and counterclaims up to or equal to USD 300,000: Fee cap of USD 10,000 plus 5% of the amount by which the claim exceeds USD 200,000 (Maximum USD 15,000)

These amounts are fee caps and arbitrators may charge a lower rate. They should be paid directly to the arbitrator under Rule 44.12 
EXPEDITED PROCEDURE (LEGAL COSTS CAP)

The legal costs cap ranges from USD 15,000 to USD 20,000

Aggregate claims and counterclaims are up to or equal to USD 200,000: USD 15,000

Where Aggregate claims and counterclaims are up to or equal to USD 300,000: USD 15,000 plus 5% of the amount by which the claims exceeds USD 200,000 (Maximum USD 20,000)

These amounts are fee caps for recoverable legal fees. The arbitrator should take note of these caps when determining the costs of arbitration under Rule 44.13 
AUTHENTICATION OR CERTIFICATION OF SCMA AWARD
SGD 150 per award
Paid to SCMA under Rule 34.9
CERTIFICATION OF COPY OF AN
AUTHENTICATED SCMA AWARD
SGD 150 per award
Paid to SCMA under Rule 34.9
CERTIFICATION OF ORIGINAL ARBITRATION AGREEMENT SGD 150 per agreement  Paid to SCMA under Rule 34.9
CERTIFICATION OF EXISTENCE AND STATUS OF ARBITRATION SGD 150 per certification  Paid to SCMA under Rule 47.3
FUND HOLDING
SGD 1,200 per annum
Paid to SCMA under Rule 42

VIRTUAL HEARINGS

SPECIMEN DIRECTIONS FOR VIRTUAL HEARINGS

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ARTICLES BY MEMBERSWe are pleased to introduce this page to our website to promote better interaction between ourselves. Members who have articles of potential interest should feel free to contribute to this page.
ARTICLE 159

Welcome relief for carriers facing misdelivery claims

 

 

David RichardsDirector (Claims), North of England P&I
Aug 22
ARTICLE 158
Bills of Lading – Title to Sue
Muthu JagannathDirector, Nau Pte. Ltd.
Aug 22
ARTICLE 157
The Shipping Law Review (Chamberlain, Calaço & Neylon) (Law Business Research Ltd, 9th Ed, 2022)
Andrew Chamberlain, Holly Colaço, Richard Neylon John Martin
Jul 22
ARTICLE 156
Reasonably Secure or Allowed to Arrest?
David Handley & Hsu Mei O’NeillWatson Farley & Williams (London)
Jul 22
ARTICLE 154
The Singapore Chamber of Maritime Arbitration Responds to Industry Shifts in the 4th Edition of the SCMA Arbitration Rules (Jus Mundi)
Oon & Bazul LLP
Jun 22
ARTICLE 155
The Singapore Maritime Cluster: Arbitrate, Mediate, or Settle? (The Marine Insurer)
John MartinGard Singapore
Jun 22
ARTICLE 153
SCMA 2021 Maritime Enforcement Series (Compilation of 15 Jurisdictions)
SCMA
Jun 22
ARTICLE 152
Recoverability of Wage Payments Made to Seafarers by a P&I Club as Sheriff's Expenses – A Landmark Decision in India
Rajah & Tann Asia
May 22
ARTICLE 151
How Digitalisation And Decarbonisation May Lead To Disputes 
SMW 2022 Dailies Issue 4(published by The Nutgraf)
ARTICLE 150
Payment of Kidnap & Ransom Insurance Premium by Charterer and Relief for Cargo of General Average Contribution Liability: The Polar
Dr. Arun Kasi
Mar 22
ARTICLE 149
Speed-Consumption Claims: A Guidebook
Dr. Arun Kasi
Mar 22
ARTICLE 148
Indian Finance Bill 2022 proposes tax incentives to India Shipping Industry
Mulla & Mulla & Craigie Blunt & Caroe
Feb 22
ARTICLE 147
SEADOCC – The Right Forum For Low Quantum Collision Claims? 
Gho Sze Kee, Danielle PereiraThe Shipowners' Club
Feb 22
ARTICLE 146
General Average: A Handbook (Cases Summary: 2012 - 2021 included) 
Dr. Arun Kasi, Karthika Arunachalam
Dec 21
ARTICLE 145
What’s in it for me?
SCMA 4th Edition Rules from a practical user’s viewpoint
Punit OzaSCMA
Dec 21
ARTICLE 144
2021 Maritime Arbitration Enforcement Series: Malaysian Arbitration & Maritime Law
Jainil Bhandari, Sivaram Prasad, Derrick LeongChristopher & Lee Ong
Dec 21
ARTICLE 143
2021 Maritime Arbitration Enforcement Series: A Guide to New Zealand Arbitration 
Simon Cartwright, Richard Belcher, Lydia SharpeHesketh Henry
Dec 21
ARTICLE 142
2021 Maritime Arbitration Enforcement Series: Enforceability of SCMA Awards in Hong Kong
Damien Laracy, Felix Chung Hill Dickinson Hong Kong
Dec 21
ARTICLE 141
Ship Arrest and the Malaysian Admiralty Court
Philip Teoh
Dec 21
ARTICLE 140
Maritime Disputes Post 2020 and Lessons from Malaysian Courts
Philip Teoh
Dec 21
ARTICLE 139
2021 Maritime Arbitration Enforcement Series: Overview of Bangladeshi Arbitration and Maritime Law 
Mohammed Forrukh Rahman, Tanzina Sharmee, Khandaker Mashfique Ahmed Rahman’s Chambers
Nov 21
ARTICLE 138
2021 Maritime Arbitration Enforcement Series – Enforceability of an SCMA Award: A View from Vietnam 
Dang Vu Minh Ha, Tran Trung Hieu Dzungsrt & Associates LLC
Nov 21
ARTICLE 137
2021 Maritime Arbitration Enforcement Series: Arbitration of Maritime Disputes – a Myanmar Perspective 
Minn Naing Oo, Kang Yanyi, Nang San Aung Allen & Gledhill (Myanmar)
Nov 21
ARTICLE 136
2021 Maritime Arbitration Enforcement Series: Enforcement of Arbitral Awards and Maritime Law – A Sri Lankan Perspective
Savantha De Saram,Jivan Goonetilleke,Gayani RambukwellaD. L. & F. De Saram
Nov 21
ARTICLE 135
Autonomous vessels as ships – the definition conundrum   This paper was refereed and presented at The 3rd International Conference on Maritime Autonomous Surface Ship (ICMASS 2020). 
Mayank SuriCentre for Maritime Law, NUS
Nov 21
ARTICLE 134

Speed and Consumption Claims
A practical perspective and statistics 

Prokopios Krikris
Oct 21
ARTICLE 133
2021 Maritime Arbitration Enforcement Series – Maritime Arbitration: Thai Laws and Foreign Awards 
Peter Shelford, Yodwarat Tedkham, Karn Sittikriengkrai DLA Piper (Thailand) Limited
Oct 21
ARTICLE 132
2021 Maritime Arbitration Enforcement Series – At Long Last, Justice Through Cost Recovery: Maritime Arbitration in the Philippines 
Valeriano del Rosario, Maria Theresa GonzalesVera Law
Oct 21
ARTICLE 131
2021 Maritime Arbitration Enforcement Series: Arbitration and Maritime Law in Korea – A Comprehensive Overview
Byung-Suk Chung, Daehee Lee Kim & Chang
Oct 21
ARTICLE 130
Dichotomy Between Admiralty Proceedings and Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (IBC)- Raj Shipping Agencies 
Aarna Law LLP & Simha Law
Oct 21
ARTICLE 129
SCMA Arb-Med-Arb Protocol
SCMA
ARTICLE 128
Why Choose SCMA? 
SCMA
ARTICLE 127
Why Choose SCMA? (In Mandarin)
SCMA
ARTICLE 126
Why Choose SCMA? (In Bahasa Indonesia)  
SCMA
ARTICLE 125
SCMA Small Claims Procedure
SCMA
ARTICLE 124
‘WOG’ Danger in Speed-Consumption Warranties
DR. ARUN KASIARUN KASI & CO
Oct 21
ARTICLE 123
2021 Maritime Arbitration Enforcement Series: An Insight into Japanese Maritime and Arbitration Law
Yamaguchi ShujiOkabe & Yamaguchi
Sep 2021
ARTICLE 122
Your Dispute Resolution toolbox: making mediation a default option (First published by Seatrade Maritime News)
John Sze (Joseph Tan Jude Benny LLP)Punit Oza (SCMA)
Sep 2021
ARTICLE 121
2021 Maritime Arbitration Enforcement Series: Indian Perspectives on Arbitration & Maritime Law
Ashwin Shanker, Balaji Harish Iyer, Rishi Murarka, Ram Jay NarayanThe Chambers of George Rebello
Sep 2021
ARTICLE 120
Speed and Consumption Claims: A practical perspective 
Prokopios Krikris
Sep 2021
ARTICLE 119
A Snapshot Guide to Laytime & Demurrage: 40 years published London Maritime Arbitration Awards (1980-2020)
Prokopios Krikris
Sep 2021
ARTICLE 118
2021 Maritime Arbitration Enforcement Series: Arbitration and Maritime Law in Australia 
Danella Wilmshurst, Janine Liang, Olga Kubyk Norton White
Sep 2021
ARTICLE 117
A Revisit to The Ocean Virgo 
Dr. Arun Kasi Arun Kasi & Co
Sep 2021
ARTICLE 116
Bottom Fouling: Whose head it falls on? 
Dr. Arun Kasi Arun Kasi & Co
Sep 2021
ARTICLE 115
Frasers Vietnam Arbitration Guide 2021
Earl Rivera-DoleraFrasers Law Company
Aug 2021
ARTICLE 114
The ‘About’ Margin in Speed-Consumption Warranty
Dr. Arun Kasi Arun Kasi & Co
Aug 2021
ARTICLE 113
2021 Maritime Arbitration Enforcement Series – Maritime Dispute Resolution and Arbitration Enforcement: An Indonesian Law Perspective
Soemadipradja & Taher Advocates in association with Allen & Gledhill
Aug 2021
ARTICLE 112
Staying Relevant in Changing Times First published in Issue 48 of Singapore Nautilus, a corporate magazine produced by the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (https://www.mpa.gov.sg/) 
Singapore NautilusIssue 48
Aug 2021
ARTICLE 111
Closer Collaboration Between SCMA & Baltic Exchange  First published in Issue 48 of Singapore Nautilus, a corporate magazine produced by the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (https://www.mpa.gov.sg/) 
Singapore NautilusIssue 48
Aug 2021
ARTICLE 110
Hire Deductions and Reductions: Implications of Resorting to the Self-Help Remedy?
Dr. Arun Kasi Arun Kasi & Co
Aug 2021
ARTICLE 109
Time Charter: Speed Claim or Off-Hire Claim?
Dr. Arun Kasi Arun Kasi & Co
Aug 2021
ARTICLE 108
Performance Claims - NYPE 1946/1993: Establishing and Extrapolating
 
Dr. Arun Kasi Arun Kasi & Co
Aug 2021
ARTICLE 107
2021 Maritime Arbitration Enforcement Series: Enforcement of SCMA Awards in Mainland China 
Chong Ik Wei, Flora Tang, Jiang Si CongClyde & Co
Aug 2021
ARTICLE 106
Choosing an arbitration model – why flexibility is key An extract from GAR’s The Asia-Pacific Arbitration Review 2022, first published in June 2021. The whole publication is available at https://globalarbitrationreview.com/review/the-asia-pacific-arbitration-review/2022
Damien YeoLegal Manager, SCMA
July 2021
ARTICLE 105

Digitization of Bills of Lading - A Step in the Right Direction

 

Shardul ThackerMulla & Mulla & Craigie Blunt & Caroe
June 2021
ARTICLE 104
The Risk of Cargo Liquefaction
Philip TeohAZMI & ASSOCIATES MALAYSIA
June 2021
ARTICLE 103
The New Electronic Transactions Law in Singapore: Paving the Way for Electronic Bills of Lading?
Patrick Dahm, FCIArbdahm adr
Apr 2021
ARTICLE 102
Indian parties can choose a foreign seat of arbitration but can they also choose foreign law to govern their contract?: The end of a saga or the beginning of a new one!!
Amitava Majumdar (Raja) & Pabitra DuttaBose & Mitra & Co.
April 2021
ARTICLE 101
Covid-19 crew-change crisis poses ongoing challenge First published by Maritime Risk International (April 2021 issue) and reproduced with permission of the Author
Will PyleCampbell Johnston Clark
April 2021
ARTICLE 100
Sugar cargoes, not as sweet as they seem? 
Pieter Bruins & Michel Vonk MS Amlin
April 2021
ARTICLE 99
Arbitration in an age of digitalisation and the new normal First published in Singapore Maritime Week 2021 Dailies Issue 4, published by The Nutgraf
Derek Wong The Nutgraf
Apr 2021
ARTICLE 98
Electronic Bills of Lading: A (forgotten) way forward? Additional commentary from Jim Leighton, Consultant (FD&D) at North P&I Club; First published in the Views from the Bridge at 36 Stone (sixth edition)
Prof Charles Debattista & Andrew Ng 36 Stone
Apr 2021
ARTICLE 97
"Splitting the Steel" in Shipping Joint Venture Agreements 
Daniel Saunders & Damian AdamsWatson Farley & Williams
Apr 2021
ARTICLE 96
Legal and commercial consequences from the Indian perspective arising out of the MV Ever Given grounding in the Suez Canal
Aditya KrishnamurthyBose & Mitra & Co.
April 2021
ARTICLE 95
The Contractual Consequences of the Suez Canal Blockage on Charterers and Shipowners
Prakaash Silvam & Juegan SundaralingamOon & Bazul
April 2021
ARTICLE 94

“EVER GIVEN”/closure of Suez Canal
Briefing Note 

Andrew Rourke & Chong Ik Wei Clyde & Co
ARTICLE 93
Ever Given – Insurance and Legal Implications
Philip TeohAzmi & Associates Malaysia
ARTICLE 92
Guidance From the Singapore High Court on the Interaction Between Insolvency and Admiralty Law and Resolution of Tensions Between the Two
Kelly YapOon & Bazul
Feb 2021
ARTICLE 91
Law Bites – November 2020 
Thong Ying Xuan Joseph Tan Jude Benny
Dec 2020
ARTICLE 90
Singapore Court of Appeal Sheds Light on When Commercial Negotiations Can Give Rise to a Concluded Contract
Prakaash Silvam & Joshua TanOon & Bazul
Nov 2020
ARTICLE 89
Maritime Singapore Ecosystem: What Next? (First published in Horizon, MPA Academy e-newsletter (Nov 2020, Issue 8))
Punit OzaED, SCMA & MPAA Senior Adjunct Fellow
Nov 2020
ARTICLE 88
Maritime Arbitration: A Brief Overview (First published by the Singapore Maritime Foundation as part of their thought leadership series, ‘Voices of Maritime’)
Singapore Maritime Foundation
ARTICLE 87
Resolving Maritime Disputes Smartly & Effectively (First published by the Singapore Maritime Foundation as part of their thought leadership series, ‘Voices of Maritime’)
Punit OzaExecutive Director, SCMA
ARTICLE 86
Ship Recycling in India and the recent enactment of the Recycling of Ships Act, 2019
Amitava Majumdar, Rahul Miranda, Tripti SharmaBose & Mitra & Co.
Sept 2020
ARTICLE 85
Impact of COVID-19 on Maritime Education and Way Forward
Md Ikramul Hossain, Undergraduate,Bangladesh Marine Academy
Sep 2020
ARTICLE 84
Force Majeure events during COVID-19 (This article is reproduced with permission from Sarah McCann at North P&I Club. It was originally published in their Signals 120 publication and online at: https://www.nepia.com/articles/force-majeure-events-during-covid-19/)
Sarah McCann North P&I Club
Sep 2020
ARTICLE 83
Case Note on The Eternal Bliss Judgement
Gavin VallelyHFW Australia
Sep 2020
ARTICLE 82
Major Relief for Steamer Agents: The Supreme Court Clarifies The Position On Ground Rent Charges For Uncleared Cargo
Amitava Majumdar, Damayanti Sen, Tripti SharmaBose & Mitra & Co.
Sep 2020
ARTICLE 81
Sevilleja v Marex: New Hope for Creditors of Impecunious Counterparties?  
STEFFEN PEDERSEN & WILLIAM WILSONPENNINGTONS MANCHES COOPER
Sep 2020
ARTICLE 80
Reducing Costs in your Maritime Arbitration at the SCMA 
STEFFEN PEDERSENPenningtons Manches Cooper
Sep 2020
ARTICLE 79
New Guiding Opinion from the Supreme People’s Court of the PRC: judicial precedents to play a more important role in the PRC’s future legal practices (First published in Hong Kong Lawyer)
Lianjun Li, Cheryl YuReed Smith Richards Butler
Aug 2020
ARTICLE 78
COVID-19: Recent Legal Responses and the Application of Force Majeure and Change of Circumstances in the PRC (First published in Hong Kong Lawyer)
Lianjun Li, Peter Glover, Cheryl YuReed Smith Richards Butler
Aug 2020
ARTICLE 77
Hong Kong’s New Regime for Ship Leasing Tax Concessions
Lianjun Li, Peter Lee, Tat Pan, Arthur LamReed Smith Richards Butler
Aug 2020
ARTICLE 76
Opinion on Liability of Steamer Agents to Pay Demurrage
Hari NarayanUnited Maritime Law Chambers
Aug 2020
ARTICLE 75
"Want to Arbitrate at the SCMA? Get the Clause right..."
STEFFEN PEDERSENPenningtons Manches Cooper
August 2020
ARTICLE 74
Case Update: CDI V CDJ [2020] SGHC 118
Magdalene Chew, Edwin Cai and Chengxi TanAsialegal LLC
July 2020
ARTICLE 73
Serving the Maritime Ecosystem (An extract from the 2021 edition of GAR’s The Asia-Pacific Arbitration Review, first published in July 2020. The whole publication is available at https://globalarbitrationreview.com/
edition/1001508/the-asia-pacific-arbitration-review-)
Punit OzaExecutive Director, SCMA
July 2020
ARTICLE 72
COVID-19: Collision Risk at Chittagong Port, Bangladesh
Mohammed Forrukh Rahman
July 2020
ARTICLE 71
EU Law and Mediation
Mark Clough QCLux-Mediation
June 2020
ARTICLE 70
Co-Mediation in Commercial Disputes
Lux-Mediation
June 2020
ARTICLE 69
Arbitration and Digital Transformation: A Perfect Match
Svenja WachtelLegalRevolution
June 2020
ARTICLE 68
Sanctions Compliance in the Shipping Industry
Mike SalthouseThe North of England P&I Association Limited
June 2020
ARTICLE 67
The Correct Test for Determining What Law Governs an Arbitration Agreement
FRANCIS HORNYOLD-STRICKLAND
June 2020
ARTICLE 66
The Go-Between: Resolving Disputes in Uncertain Times – A Mediator’s Perspective
David Owen QC & Angharad ParryTwenty Essex
May 2020
ARTICLE 65
Prevention Principle & Notification Requirements to Move Delivery and Cancellation Dates – SAJ Form
Andrew DinsmoreTwenty Essex
May 2020
ARTICLE 64
International Group P&I Club Letters of Indemnity Return to the Courts
Michael Ashcroft QC & Oliver CaplinTwenty Essex
May 2020
ARTICLE 63
Implications of COVID-19 on Shipping Contracts: Time and Voyage Charterparties
Tommy Thomas Advocates & Solicitors
May 2020
ARTICLE 62
Dispute Resolution and Mediation during the COVID-19 Disruption
Jonathan LuxLux-Mediation
May 2020
ARTICLE 61
E-Dispute Resolution, World War C and the Ongoing Resolution of Maritime Disputes
Jonathan LuxLux-Mediation
Apr 2020
ARTICLE 60
Restraining Winding-Up Proceedings in Favour of Arbitration:
What is the Standard for Granting an Injunction?
Kendall TanRajah & Tann Asia
Sep 2019
ARTICLE 59
Soundbites - Various Decisions on Arbitration and Maritime Issues
K Murali PanyJoseph Tan Jude Benny LLP
Aug 2019
ARTICLE 58
The Future is Now: International Mediation
Jonathan Lux
Jun 2019
ARTICLE 57
How Do Sanctions Impact on Trade in the Black Sea Region
Arthur Nitsevych, Alex RemesloInterlegal Law Firm
May 2019
ARTICLE 56
The Role of the Marine Surveyor- a P&I club’s perspective
Jason WeeCharles Taylor Mutual Management (Asia) Pte. Ltd
May 2019
ARTICLE 55
The Indian Admiralty Act, 2017 - An Overview
Hari NarayanUnited Maritime Law Chambers, India
Apr 2019
ARTICLE 54
The "Long Bright": Can An Arresting Party Freely Release An Arrested Vessel?
Chong Ik WeiClyde & Co Clasis Singapore
Apr 2019
ARTICLE 53
International Arbitration in Indonesia Common Challenges
Paul Aston, Dwi Daruherdani, Suzanne Meiklejohn
Feb 2019
ARTICLE 52
Korea University Maritime Law Research Centre Maritime Law News Update - Vol 23 (English)
Prof.Kim In-Hyeon
May 2018
ARTICLE 51
Korea University Maritime Law Research Centre Maritime Law News Update - Vol 23 (Chinese)
Prof.Kim In-Hyeon
Apr 2018
ARTICLE 50
Korea University Maritime Law Research Centre Maritime Law News Update - Vol 22 (Chinese)
Prof.Kim In-Hyeon
Feb 2018
ARTICLE 49
Korea University Maritime Law Research Centre Maritime Law News Update - Vol 21 (Chinese)
Prof.Kim In-Hyeon
Nov 2017
ARTICLE 48
Korea University Maritime Law Research Centre Maritime Law News Update - Vol 20 (Chinese)
Prof.Kim In-Hyeon
Aug 2017
ARTICLE 47
Force Majeure revisited
Mr Muthu Jagannath
Aug 2017
ARTICLE 46
Korea University Maritime Law Research Centre Maritime Law News Update - Vol 19 (English)
Prof.Kim In-Hyeon
Jun 2017
ARTICLE 45
Korea University Maritime Law Research Centre Maritime Law News Update - Vol 19 (Chinese)
Prof.Kim In-Hyeon
Jun 2017
ARTICLE 44
Korea University Maritime Law Research Centre Maritime Law News Update - Vol 18 (English)
Prof.Kim In-Hyeon
Apr 2017
ARTICLE 43
Korea University Maritime Law Research Centre Maritime Law News Update - Vol 18 (Chinese)
Prof.Kim In-Hyeon
Apr 2017
ARTICLE 42
Korea University Maritime Law Research Centre Maritime Law News Update - Vol 17 (English)
Prof.Kim In-Hyeon
Dec 2016
ARTICLE 41
Korea University Maritime Law Research Centre Maritime Law News Update - Vol 17 (Chinese)
Prof.Kim In-Hyeon
Dec 2016
ARTICLE 40
Shipping News Bulletin
QuadrantChambers
Nov 2016
ARTICLE 39
Korea University Maritime Law Research Centre Maritime Law News Update - Vol 16 (English)
Prof.Kim In-Hyeon
Aug 2016
ARTICLE 38
Korea University Maritime Law Research Centre Maritime Law News Update - Vol 16 (Chinese)
Prof.Kim In-Hyeon
Aug 2016
ARTICLE 37
Enforcement of commercial (maritime) foreign arbitral awards in Ukraine
Arthur NitsevychInterlegal Law
Jul 2016
ARTICLE 36
Korea University Maritime Law Research Centre Maritime Law News Update - Vol 15 (English)
Prof.Kim In-Hyeon
Jun 2016
ARTICLE 35
JTJB April Legal Update 2016
Joseph Tan Jude Benny LLP
Apr 2016
ARTICLE 34
Korea University Maritime Law Research Centre Maritime Law News Update - Vol 14 (Chinese)
Prof.Kim In-Hyeon
Mar 2016
ARTICLE 33
JTJB January Legal Update 2016
Joseph Tan Jude Benny LLP
Jan 2016
ARTICLE 32
Korea University
Maritime Law Research Centre Maritime Law
News Update
- Vol 13 (English)
Prof.Kim In-Hyeon
Jan 2016
ARTICLE 31
Korea University Maritime Law Research Centre 
Maritime Law News Update - Vol 13 (Chinese)
Prof.Kim In-Hyeon
Jan 2016
ARTICLE 30
JTJB December Legal Update 2015
Joseph Tan Jude Benny LLP
Dec 2015
ARTICLE 29
Korea University Maritime Law Research Centre 
Maritime Law News Update - Vol 12 (English)
Prof.Kim In-Hyeon
Nov 2015
ARTICLE 28
JTJB November Legal Update 2015
Joseph Tan Jude Benny LLP
Nov 2015
ARTICLE 27
Korea University Maritime Law Research Centre 
Maritime Law News Update - Vol 12 (Chinese)
Prof.Kim In-Hyeon
Nov 2015
ARTICLE 26
Court of Appeal Judgement in the OW Bunkers case
Stephen Hofmeyr QC7KBW Chambers
Oct 2015
ARTICLE 25
Briefing on the Court of Appeal Decision in OW Bunkers
20 Essex Street
Oct 2015
ARTICLE 24
JTJB October Legal Update 2015
Joseph Tan Jude Benny LLP
Oct 2015
ARTICLE 23
JTJB September Legal Update 2015
Joseph Tan Jude Benny LLP
Sep 2015
ARTICLE 22
JTJB August Legal Update 2015
Joseph Tan Jude Benny LLP
Aug 2015
ARTICLE 21
JTJB July Legal Update 2015
Joseph Tan Jude Benny LLP
Jul 2015
ARTICLE 20
JTJB June Legal Update 2015
Joseph Tan Jude Benny LLP
Jun 2015
ARTICLE 19
Korea University Maritime Law Research Centre 
Maritime Law News Update - Vol 11 (English)
Prof.Kim In-Hyeon
Jun 2015
ARTICLE 18
Korea University Maritime Law Research Centre 
Maritime Law News Update - Vol 11 (Chinese)
Prof.Kim In-Hyeon
Jun 2015
ARTICLE 17
JTJB May Legal Update 2015
Joseph Tan Jude Benny LLP
May 2015
ARTICLE 16
JTJB April Legal Update 2015
Joseph Tan Jude Benny LLP
Apr 2015
ARTICLE 15
Korean University
Maritime Law Research Centre Maritime Law
News Update
– Vol. 10 (English)
Prof.Kim In-Hyeon
Apr 2015
ARTICLE 14
Korean University
Maritime Law Research Centre Maritime Law
News Update
– Vol. 10 (Chinese)
Prof.Kim In-Hyeon
Apr 2015
ARTICLE 13
2014 Review of Australian Shipping Cases
Mr. MatthewHarvey
Mar 2015
ARTICLE 12
JTJB March Legal Update 2015
Joseph Tan Jude Benny LLP
Mar 2015
ARTICLE 11
London Leading – A Mediator’s View on Mediation in arbitration
Mr JonathanLux
Feb 2015
ARTICLE 10
Korean University
Maritime Law Research Centre Maritime Law
News Update
– Vol. 9 (English)
Prof.Kim In-Hyeon
Jan 2015
ARTICLE 9
Korean University
Maritime Law Research Centre Maritime Law
News Update
– Vol. 9 (Chinese)
Prof.Kim In-Hyeon
Jan 2015
ARTICLE 8
Arrest of Ships in the Black Sea Region
Mr Arthur Nitsevych
Sep 2014
ARTICLE 7
A long arm for shipping's 'invisible hand'
Mr. Basil M.Karatzas
Mar 2012
ARTICLE 6
FAIRPLAY Manhattan's tale of Two Cities
Mr. Basil M.Karatzas
Mar 2012
ARTICLE 5
Australia Shipping Update - Wrecked ship "Tycoon" at Christmas Island
Mr Shane Bosma
Feb 2012
ARTICLE 4
NYT The Global Downturn Weighs on Shipowners and Banks
Mr. Basil Basil M.Karatzas
Jan 2012
ARTICLE 3
Making a Market
Mr. Basil M.Karatzas
Dec 2011
ARTICLE 2
ME What's a Ship Worth_BLOC
Mr.Basil M.Karatzas
May 2011
ARTICLE 1
What's in the value of a vessel?
Mr. Basil M.Karatzas
Nov 2009

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