The next in our series of breakfast workshops for the shipping market will be Bills of Lading and Title to Sue on the morning of 21 January 2020.
Gemma Morgan will chair our panel which includes Emmet Coldrick, Benjamin Coffer and Jamie Hamblen.
They will consider the following:
Timings: 8am registration and breakfast, 8:30am seminar, 9:30am questions, 9:45am close
Venue: Quadrant Chambers, 10 Fleet Street, London EC4Y 1AU
Gemma has a broad commercial practice with particular focus on shipping, international trade, commodities, insurance and international arbitration. She appears regularly in the High Court, and has particular experience of jurisdictional disputes and commercial injunctions. Gemma also appears regularly in arbitrations, particularly those held on LMAA and LCIA terms. She provides an efficient and thorough service and combines accurate legal analysis and advice with practical commercial and tactical awareness. She has extensive experience of heavy and technically-complex cases, in particular those in the shipping and energy sectors, and enjoys working well as part of a team.
Gemma is identified by Legal Week as one of its ten Stars at the Bar for 2016 in a profile piece on the most promising young barristers. Gemma received the following praise from clients:
Gemma is recommended by Chambers UK and the Legal 500 UK and Asia Pacific editions as a 'Leading Junior'.
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Emmet has a broad commercial practice, with a particular emphasis on shipping and transport, international trade and commodities, general commercial/ contractual disputes (including civil fraud) and arbitration. He has almost 15 years of experience of practice as a shipping barrister. His work encompasses a wide range of shipping and transport matters, from charterparty and bill of lading claims to project cargo/ heavylift/ off-shore support matters, and from Admiralty and ‘wet shipping’ matters to shipbuilding and ship sale contract disputes.
He is frequently instructed in relation to disputes arising out of ship groundings, allisions and collisions. Examples include the grounding of a laden bulk carrier, a collision between a lighter barge and an oil tanker, the severing of undersea electricity cables by a cable laying vessel, the allision of a tanker ship with a terminal jetty, damage to an undersea pipeline by a vessel dragging anchor and the grounding of a general cargo vessel.
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Ben is shortlisted for Shipping Junior of the Year 2019 at the Chambers & Partners Bar Awards. He is described by the directories as "a rising star" (Legal 500, 2019); “a standout shipping and commodities junior" (Chambers & Partners, 2018) and “a star of the future” (Chambers & Partners, 2017). He is also recognised as a leading junior in the Legal 500 Asia Pacific Guide. His significant recent cases include:
Ben undertakes the full spectrum of shipping work, including every species of charterparty and bill of lading claim, as well as shipbuilding and ship finance disputes. He has developed a particular specialisim in cases involving carriage of goods under the Hague and Hague-Visby Rules, and has appeared in several of the leading cases on such claims in recent years in the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court.
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Jamie has a wide-ranging and growing practice which reflects the variety of work undertaken by Chambers, including commercial disputes, shipping and shipbuilding, commodities and international trade, banking and financial services, energy and natural resources, insurance and reinsurance, international commercial arbitration, insolvency and restructuring proceedings, aviation and travel.
Jamie has extensive experience of shipping and maritime disputes. His recent and on-going cases include:
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