news tag: Shipping

Wind propulsion: a viable and cost efficient alternative? Article by Prospect Law published in Wind Energy Network

Our latest article for Wind Energy Network Magazine in which our maritime specialist, Reina Van Pallandt discusses the benefits of wind energy or wind propulsion
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The Netherlands British Chamber of Commerce interviews Reina Maria Van Pallandt, Senior Disputes Lawyer

The Netherlands British Chamber of Commerce interviewed our Senior Disputes Lawyer, Reina Maria Van Pallandt for its recent edition of their Spotlight Tuesday feature. Read the full interview below.

NBCC were pleased to interview Reina Maria Van Pallandt of Prospect

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Seafarer Wellbeing in Times of Corona: A Humanitarian Crisis

Over the past 14 months, the world has seen an ‘unprecedented disruption to societies, economies and global trade’ as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Its cataclysmic repercussions have been felt on land but also at sea.


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The UK’s Post-Brexit Trade Deals: A Brief Update on the Current Position.

Post-Brexit, the UK’s global aspirations are being put into motion. Indeed, the UK Government has signed trade deals with, amongst others, Japan, Switzerland, Canada, Singapore, South Korea, Mexico and Australia. In particular, on 23 October 2020, the UK and Japan

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Ship Pollution, IMO, MARPOL, and Cooking Oil: Environmental Protection

The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) has militated for the protection of the environment from the harmful effects of fuel emissions originating from shipping traffic since the 1960s. The International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (MARPOL) was enacted

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