Bills of lading

ITIC’s Director and Legal Advisor, Mark Brattman, narrates this e-learning seminar which takes the listener through different scenarios through the life of a ship agent’s involvement with a bill of lading – from the initial stages of issuing the bill to the final delivery of the cargo. Aspects covered include: misdating bills, shipped on board, description of cargo and on deck/under deck cargo.

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Confidentiality agreements

ITIC is increasingly asked to comment on confidentiality agreements, sometimes known as nondisclosure agreements. ITIC’s confidentiality agreements e-learning seminar, narrated by Andrew Jamieson, explains the common provisions and outlines some of the pitfalls to avoid.

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Reporting and handling a claim

ITIC is known for resolving issues and paying claims with over $350m paid out in claims since 1992. Reporting a claim to ITIC is easy. It is important that you advise ITIC, by telephone or email as soon as possible and do not admit liability.

ITIC has produced a set of two e-learning videos outlining how you can report a claim to ITIC and how it is then subsequently managed.

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Ship managers' undertakings

ITIC’s Legal Advisor, Mark Brattman, guides you through the purpose of a letter of undertaking, key issues to consider and how a letter of undertaking might affect your cover with ITIC.

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Switch bills of lading

ITIC is often asked about switch bills of lading. In this e-learning video ITIC’s Director and Legal Advisor, Mark Brattman will guide you through what switch bills of lading are and how to correctly issue a set of switch bills. This is supported by the issuance of switch bills of lading circular, which is available to download.

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