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Webinar recording: Arresting developments part III - a waterways special
This is the third webinar in our hugely popular ship arrest series. Join ITIC’s Fiona Reynolds, Ashraf El Swefy of El Swefy Law Firm, Luis Raven of Morgan & Morgan and Nick Spillane of DeMarco Spillane s.e.n.c. as the panel discuss ship arrest in the Suez Canal, Panama Canal and Canadian waterways.
Webinar recording: The Cyber Collider - A panel discussion on cyber risk management for ship managers
Watch the recording of the recent "cyber collider" IMO 2021 panel discussion here. The panel explore what is required of ship managers and how they can reduce their risks.
Webinar: The Cyber Collider - A panel discussion on cyber risk management for ship managers
IMO 2021 requires managers to assess cyber risk and implement measures across all functions of their safety management system. Join us on Tuesday 13th July at 10.00am (London time) for a panel discussion on IMO 2021.
Press release: ITIC warns on the importance of checking crew COVID-19 tests
ITIC - International Transport Intermediaries Club – highlights the importance of thoroughly checking the results of crew COVID-19 tests in a recent case handled by the insurer.
Ship Management International column - Cyber risk on managed ships - IMO 2021 – be prepared!
The following article appears in the November/December 2020 edition of Ship International. Earlier this year we wrote an article for Ship Management International on the low sulphur rules with the introduction of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) 2020. Now ship managers have yet another date to focus their attention on which is IMO 2021, cyber risk management.
Press release: The phone remains a useful weapon against fraud, advises ITIC
Cyber-crime connected with fraudulent demands for payments continue to plague the maritime sector as a large claim handled by the International Transport Intermediaries Club (ITIC) demonstrates.
Ship Management International column July/August 2020 - Are you enough of a manager?
The following article appears in the July/August 2020 edition of Ship Management International.
Ship Management International column - May the force majeure be with you
Due to COVID-19, ITIC is often asked what a ship manager's liability is in situations such as crew being unable to clear through port immigration as a result of the various port restrictions we now see, and in particular, if such circumstances form a force majeure event. In this article, Robert Hodge discusses delivering on your crew against the backdrop of COVID-19.
Press Release: Acting as a principal or an agent – the difference is important, says ITIC
When intermediaries are involved in complex projects, it is important that they fully understand how the legal relationship with suppliers is created. This will avoid someone who means to contract as an agent from unwittingly being liable as a principal.
Press Release: ITIC warns members of fraudulent invoices relating to coronavirus testing
ITIC, the International Transport Intermediaries Club, has been receiving an increasing number of reports of fraudulent invoices being submitted to vessel owners and managers for medical testing services following the outbreak of the coronavirus.