A court in southeast Yemen on Saturday jailed three Somali pirates for 10 years each after convicting them
A Chinese court has seized a chemical tanker being built at Jiangyan Shipbuilding after the privately-owned yard
Police from the Ministry of Public Security have detained Do Quoc Khanh, the former general director of the Vietnam
The Supreme Court issued notice to the Centre on a public interest litigation petition for expediting the release
In the first case prosecuted under Japan's 2009 antipiracy law, two Somali men pleaded guilty Tuesday in Tokyo District
In Falkonera Shipping Co v Arcadia Energy Pte Ltd (The “Falkonera”), the Court considered issues arising from
The trial of 11 suspected Somali pirates who were arrested by the Dutch Navy on high seas after they
The Joint Task Force, JTF, operating in the Niger Delta has arrested a vessel suspected to be carrying 1, 000 tonnes
Settling a 12-year-old labor case, the Supreme Court has upheld the awarding of $60,000 (about P2.5 million) in
Mr Justice Christopher Clarke finds that SCF Group’s subsidiary Novoship (UK) Limited (“NOUK”) and the related
Berlian Laju Tankers (BLT) Chapter 15 bankruptcy protection in the US has been extended until mid-March.
U.S. News and World report released the results for 2013 “Best Law Firm,” naming Blank Rome LLP as the top firm
Legal action could be taken against a shipping company that reportedly abandoned 34 of its sailors in Bahrain.
Singapore's High Court has given more time for debt-ridden Berlian Laju Tanker (BLT) to continue its restructuring plan.
Some international ship registries do not require ship mortgages to specify the amount being secured by the underlying obligations. However, in Norway, a ship mortgage is required not only to identify the property to be mortgaged, but also to specify the maximum amount which is secured under the mortgage. What happens when a foreign ship mortgage is to be enforced against a foreign vessel located in Norway? Is a foreign-registered
The First Hall of the Civil Court presided by Mr Justice Mark Chetcuti ordered the owners of Italian gas tanker
The company that owns MT Pratibha Cauvery, the tanker which ran aground here during cyclone Nilam and
Titan Petrochemicals has announced that the Supreme Court of Bermuda has delayed the case into its
Indian Navy and coast guard officials will now take lessons on laws of sea and maritime at the Gujarat National
Four Somalis are set tobe tried for piracy and violence against Dutch troops. The suspects arrived at Eindhoven