TT Talk Edition 25 - 08/10/2002
TT Talk 25 (64 KB)
You may also be interested in:
The consequences of entering an enclosed space on board a ship, as evidenced by numerous incidents, can be extremely serious and, sadly, often fatal.
Whenever an incident occurs, it is right and reasonable for the individual or organisation concerned to consider properly the facts and evidence related to what has happened. It may not be that litigation is immediately contemplated, but that may well occur in many situations.
What approach do common law jurisdictions take when considering unfairness of contract terms? Here is an overview from the English and (most) United States jurisdictions.
The global freight transport insurer is encouraging supply chain stakeholders to understand better the interrelationship of the various functions in the intermodal network, particularly in the United States where one effect of the enlarged Panama Canal will be to increase importers' routing options in order to supply internal markets