Things shipbrokers need to watch out for when arranging fixtures
The M/T Unfortunate set out on a voyage that was littered with delays, setbacks and issues. Join ITIC’s Aysegul Wallis and Antonios Vyrgiotis for this webinar, to find out how a shipbroker could find themselves on the receiving end of a professional indemnity insurance claim, even if they haven't necessarily made a mistake.
Arresting developments 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.
The Cyber Collider - A panel discussion on cyber risk management for ship managers
IMO Resolution MSC.428(98) otherwise referred to as IMO 2021, requires managers to assess cyber risk and implement measures across all functions of their safety management system. This no mean feat and can seem like daunting task. ITIC has therefore brought together a panel of experts to discuss the risks and practicalities involved.
Shipbrokers’ simple slips
The most commonly seen shipbroking claims, presented by Andrew Jamieson, ITIC claims director, and Mark Brattman, ITIC legal advisor. Topics include: mistakes shipbrokers make, the impact of COVID-19 and how to protect yourself from claims.
Arresting developments part II - debt recovery: Do you have a right to arrest for unpaid commission or disbursements?
This is the second webinar in our hugely popular ship arrest series. Join ITIC's Fiona Reynolds, Tan Siew Chi of Ang & Partners, Tony Edwards of Shepstone & Wylie Attorneys and Christos Rogkatsios of John G Hadjis & Partners as the panel discuss ship arrest in Greece, Singapore and South Africa.
French naval architecture claims
Please note that this webinar is presented in French. ITIC’s Melanie Daglish and Dani Allan and Christophe Hunkeler from Penningtons Manches Cooper LLP discuss naval architecture in regards to the French jurisdiction.
Virtual robbery – an ITIC cyber fraud webinar
Sadly anyone, or any business, can become the victim of a cyberattack or fraud. During this webinar, ITIC’s Robert Hodge and Christopher Crane from Ince discuss the mechanics behind cyberattacks, tracking down the fraudsters, identifying phishing and spoofing and offer tips and advice on how to protect yourself against such losses.
Arresting developments - debt recovery: Do you have a right to arrest for unpaid commission or disbursements?
ITIC’s Mark Brattman discusses ship arrest in the Netherlands, the Middle East and the USA with George Chalos of Chalos & Co, Mohamed El Hawawy of Ince & Co Middle East (Dubai) and Richard van ’t Zelfde of Caland Advocaten.
Webinar - The remote controlled surveyor: current issues and loss prevention advice
During this half an hour webinar, ITIC's Alberto Comitardi and Brookes Bell's Dr Penelope Cooke and Judith Fergus discuss the pros and cons of remote surveys and offer some loss prevention tips and advice.
Protecting the ship manager: ITIC discusses current claims trends and provides loss prevention advice webinar
During this half an hour webinar, hosted in association with InterManager, speakers Charlotte Kirk and Robert Hodge, provide their insight on the types of claims faced and to how to avoid or minimise such liabilities. Topics included: increased owner costs arising from COVID-19, virtual robbery – business email and invoice fraud and claims against the manager when ships are returned to the owner.
Virtual robbery: cyber security for the air charter industry, hosted in association with The Air Charter Association.
During this webinar, speakers Melanie Daglish, ITIC’s senior aviation underwriter, and Kevin Ducksbury, Chairman of The Air Charter Association, provide their insight on the types of cyber security issues faced by the air charter industry and to how to avoid or minimise such liabilities.
Keeping on an even keel: claims against naval architects, a webinar hosted by ITIC in association with RINA.
During this half an hour webinar ITIC’s Robert Hodge and Mark Brattman provide their insight on the types of claims faced and how to avoid or minimise such liabilities. Topics covered during the webinar include: copyright infringement, design related claims and contracts.