Category Archives: Admiralty

A reflection on Jamaica’s Maritime Awareness Week 2014

Yes, the land of Bolt and Bob is a maritime state. While it is true that Jamaica isn’t often thought of in this way, even by Jamaican’s themselves, it is none the less true. Continue reading

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Jamaica Logistics Hub: Investment Opportunities

Expansive special economic zones facilitating assembly, warehousing, sorting, distribution and other value-added services, particularly for industries catering to time sensitive and high-value cargo Continue reading

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Special Announcement: University of Westminster Lecture

Commercial Law International would like to announce a lecture by Dr. Jason Chuah of the University of Westminster entitled: Doctrinal Integrity in Private Maritime Law and Legal Transplants. Dr. Chauh is Head of the Department of Advanced Legal Studies at … Continue reading

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Piracy Kenyan Courts Forum non conveniens?

By Charles Wanguhu The doctrine of Forum non conveniens offers a court the opportunity to decline, in the interest of justice, to exercise jurisdiction, where the suit is between aliens or nonresidents, or where for kindred reasons the litigation can … Continue reading

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