News & Updates

Boat show season steams into South Florida

It’s Boat Show Season again in Florida and the continued growth of the South Florida Marine Sector that presently generates US$12 billion in value, supports more than 140,000 jobs and accounts for over $4.2 million in wages is again on display....

Green loans by the book

IMO 2020 is now in force and the Poseidon Principles, a banking code aimed at integrating climate considerations into lending decisions, have been widely adopted by many of the major ship finance banks. Amy Lindemann explores the implications for the...

Zero emissions: The Nuclear Option

The ‘Nuclear Option’ may be shipping’s unspoken solution to Zero Emissions. In Part 1 of a two-part series James Clayton explains how emissions regulations, in combination with new developments in nuclear power, may point towards a...

Historical Anti-Technicality Notice or Sword of Damocles?

When can owners withdraw a vessel from time charter? William Stansfield explains how the decision in The Caravos Liberty raised a point of general importance for the market on whether it is possible to withdraw a vessel under the BIMCO Non-Payment of Hire...

Teambuilding and the noble art

According to Harper’s Bazaar: ‘Boxing has become the fashion world’s favourite workout, with models swearing by the fat-burning regime to hone lean, strong physiques. But boxing not only increases muscular stature and physical strength; it...

CJC new joiners

LONDON CJC has strengthened its London team following the appointment of William Stansfield as Senior Associate. William acts for both ship owners and charterers on the full range of charterparty claims, bill of lading claims, and general average...

Lory confirmation on non-compete clause

When a vessel is sold for the purpose of demolition, the Seller’s eligibility for compensation if it is subsequently traded is limited to actual losses proven, according to the High Court ruling in the case of The Lory [2019] EWHC 2804 (Comm). Angeliki...

In position for Marine Insurance Singapore

Picture: Paul Apostolis, Alistair Johnston and Maria Borg Barthet in conversation at Marine Insurance Singapore The inaugural Marine Insurance Singapore conference saw a strong contribution from Campbell Johnston Clark partners, with Paul Apostolis...

Fundraising for Haven House

First conceived in the early 1990s, Haven House has helped over 900 families by looking after children and young people aged from birth to 19 years old who have life-limiting or life-threatening conditions.CJC continues to be a strong supporter of the...

Digitalization and the Law in Transition

CJC was represented at a forward-thinking seminar held in Dalian on Digitalization of Transport Documents: the Law in Transition that explored the benefits and challenges being brought by a transformation of the way that shipping does its business. CJC...
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