Press & Publications
On 3 June 2019, Arnold van Steenderen was elected chairman of the Board of the some 1,800 members strong Royal Dutch Society of Maritime Technicians (KNVTS). The KNVTS aims to encourage advances in maritime technology by sharing technical knowledge within the Dutch maritime sector and so stimulating innovation, development and education in the shipping industry. The KNVTS has four regional departments; Amsterdam, North, Rotterdam and Zeeland. Arnold is honored to be able to promote the Association's goals by becoming a member of the Board.
Lexology Getting the Deal Through - Shipbuilding 2019 is the 8th edition of this well-received publication. This publication provides an overview of the law in thirteen international jurisdictions. It is published by Law Business Research Ltd. and it is an indispensable guide for all those in-house lawyers and other key decision makers that are dealing with construction and conversion contracts around the world.
Owners' and Charterers' interests trump that of a physical supplier, no double payment
Instructing a superyacht lawyer early will save headaches and money
Getting The Deal Through - Ports & Terminals 2019 is the fourth edition of this publication published by Law Business Research Ltd. in London.
Getting the Deal Through - Shipping 2019 is the 11th edition of this well-received publication. This publication provides an overview of the law in 37 international jurisdictions. It is published by Law Business Research Ltd. and it is an indispensable guide for all those in-house lawyers and other key decision makers that are dealing with shipping and transport around the world.
Since the beginning of this year, our firm's Insurance and Liability team has welcomed a new associate, Irini Dalpi. Irini has a vast experience in the field of insurance and (property) liability law, both as a lawyer and as a legal counsel. Irini deals with all types of insurance law cases, and has a special focus on the professional liability of insurance brokers and appraisers.
Recently SOS Méditerranée and Doctors Without Borders (MSF) strongly protested against Panama’s announcement it would revoke its flag from migrant rescue ship “Aquarius”. The NGO’s lambasted Italy for pressuring Panama into this move which dealt a major blow to humanitarian missions off Europe’s southern coasts. Panama said it was revoking its flag owing to non-respect of international legal procedures relating to migrant rescues in the Mediterranean. Not only Panama hosts a number of vessels owned by NGO’s with an idealistic goal.
On 19 June 2018 the Provisional Relief Judge of the Rotterdam District Court has handed down a judgment where the area of tension between the preliminary relief action available under the Dutch Code of Civil Procedure (“DCCP”) and the interim measures possibility under certain arbitration rules played an important role.