News & Updates

Southampton Short Course with a twist

Andrew Gray and Debo Fletcher presented at the 46 th Southampton Maritime Law Short Course on September 4 th , sustaining a precedent set by Alistair Johnston and Maria Borg Barthet for over a decade, in offering an interactive case study involving a...

Singapore singled out

The  August 2019 issue of Asia Legal Business included Campbell Johnston Clark in its Ones to Watch feature as “the only international firm on this year’s list”. Naturally, the publication focused on our Singapore office and our...

Campbell Johnston Clark opens in Miami

Campbell Johnston Clark opens in Miami  Picture: Neil Bayer Campbell Johnston Clark opened a Miami office on September 1 st , after appointing well-known Florida-based litigator Neil Bayer as a partner. Bayer, who joined CJC from Kennedys,...

CJC Defend Plate Trophy at the Marine Challenge Cup

After their maiden triumph in the Plate last year, the CJC footballers descended on Dulwich and the Marine Challenge Cup on 4 th July to defend their trophy. Despite an opening draw and losing one game in the group stages of the Cup the Plate competition...

UK Ship Register - Recent Changes

BREXIT ALERT: In this article, CJC provide a concise summary of the new regulations affecting the UK Ship Register which came into force this March. These new regulations open up the UK Flag to a wider group of international owners and expand the existing...

CJC Director Ian Short relocates to London

CJC director Ian Short has this month relocated from the company’s Singapore office to its London HQ.  His role remains unchanged and he will continue to work closely with the Singapore Office on Asia-related cases but will also be well placed to...

CASE ALERT NOTE: VOLCAFE v CSAV [2018] UKSC 61

Volcafe v CSAV is an important case for all those bringing or defending cargo claims. CJC’s latest article focuses on some practical effects of the decision.   Please click here for the Article.   ...

CJC Singapore Seminar Series 2019 Off to a Flyer

CJC Singapore has been running regular seminars since early 2017.  The first of the 2019 series was a sell-out as members of the CJC Singapore Team summarised the key legal maritime decisions and practical developments of 2018.  Topics covered...

IMO Sulphur 2020 or: How Owners Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Scrubbers

In this article James Clayton looks at how the shipping industry is dealing with the fast approach of IMO 2020, the effects that this will have on ship owners and the tough decisions that they face going forwards. Click here to view the article. ...
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