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Tanker Chartering Seminar - Tokyo - 12 May 2009 – REGISTER NOW!

Includes an update on Rule B attachments and interactive sessions on charterparty issues relating to piracy.


INTERTANKO's renowned Tanker Chartering Seminar will next be held on 12 May 2009 in Tokyo in conjunction with the Association's Tanker Event.


Well-known speakers for the Seminar will include:


William J Honan III, Holland & Knight, New York


William J. Honan is a partner in the law firm of Holland & Knight LLP, which has 17 offices within the United States and abroad. He serves as the head of Holland & Knight's maritime practice group and as the head of its New York office. He is Vice-Chairman of INTERTANKO's Documentary Committee. He has been a maritime lawyer for 40 years and his expertise includes all kinds of maritime contracts, including charter parties. He has handled over one hundred maritime arbitrations to conclusion.


Prof Martin Davies, Tulane Law School


Martin Davies is Admiralty Law Institute Professor of Maritime Law and Director of the Maritime Law Center at Tulane Law School in New Orleans. He is author (or co-author) of books on maritime law, international trade law, conflict of laws, and the law of torts and many journal articles. He also has extensive practical experience as a consultant in maritime matters and general international litigation and arbitration. He has advised on cargo claims, arrest and admiralty matters, drafting bills of lading, sea waybills and charterparties, collisions and limitation of liability, oil pollution, salvage, marine insurance, maritime arbitrations and international sale of goods.


Rajeev Philip, Steamship Insurance Management Services, London


Rajeev Philip is a Director at Steamship Mutual and the Club's Head of Freight Demurrage & Defence Claims. He is the Club's representative on the International Group Pollution Sub-committee and has enjoyed working with INTERTANKO's Documentary Committee for a number of years.


The Seminar will focus on tanker charters and the respective rights and liabilities of owners and charterers. It will report on the latest developments in chartering law and practice from both an English and New York law perspective. The subjects will include laytime, demurrage, off-hire, vetting clauses, Rule B attachments and, of course, piracy.


This full-day seminar will include mock arbitrations. These popular interactive sessions illustrate key issues in a lively and thought-provoking way. All engaged in tanker chartering, whether from an operational, broking or legal perspective, should attend this Seminar.


Click here for the full programme and registration form.


Contact: Michele White or Ann Sæther