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What do the United Airlines and American Airlines passenger incidents involving disputes between passengers and flight crew or ground personnel have in common?
We are pleased to announce that the publication of the 2018 edition of The Legal 500 Europe, Middle East and Africa has seen us build on previous legal directory success.
Barely a day goes by without an announcement on the introduction of blockchain and traceability in insurance, supply chains and automating commercial processes. Maersk and IBM have partnered to introduce blockchain technology into the global shipping and transportation industry.
Case review 12/03/2018
The Supreme Court gave judgment in a long running Scottish case involving the approach to be taken by the Employment Tribunal when considering the appeal of a Prohibition Notice issued by the HSE.
Case review 28/02/2018
Since the introduction of the Definitive Sentencing Guideline for Health and Safety Offences, the sentences imposed for health and safety offences have increased dramatically.
This article looks at the ways in which we expect London will set itself apart from other global markets, as discussed in our June report on the LMG’s London Matters 2017 and at LISW.
In the United States, interstate motor and rail transport of all property other than household goods, is governed by the Carmack Amendment to the Interstate Commerce Act.
Property brokers are at risk for claims when they act as a carrier or forwarder.
Case review 31/05/2017
Transportation Insurance Company, Continental Insurance Company, Casualty Company granted partial summary judgment by US District Court
Transportation Insurance Company, Continental Insurance Company, and Continental Casualty Company (collectively ‘Transportation’), represented by Chris Carroll, Kristin Gallagher, Brad Mortensen and Elizabeth Sutton of CMK, was recently granted partial summary judgment by the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania in a ruling that Transportation was entitled to full reimbursement of defense fees expended due to the failure of a primary insurer to properly defend its insured.
The carriage of goods between China and the UK offers some interesting legal challenges which should be addressed before each shipment of freight starts rolling.