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An overview of the trade sanctions against Iran.

By • Sep 22nd, 2010 • Category: Dry Cargo, Marine Insurance and P&I, Shipping Law, Tankers

This Maritime Law Podcast from Coracle Online and international law firm Ince & Co gives an overview of the trade sanctions against Iran.

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The ongoing international initiative to adopt new and tighten existing trade sanctions against Iran is presenting companies and financial institutions engaged in or facilitating business with Iran with significant challenges. The expressed purpose of the various national and international authorities imposing new sanctions is to curb any attempts by Iran to develop a nuclear weapons programme and to prevent its involvement in financing terrorism.

The sanctions are therefore primarily focused on restricting dealings in the energy sector, particularly in the oil, gas and nuclear industries, while also restricting investment and financing of certain enterprises in Iran. Iran is currently unable to meet its domestic fuel consumption due to a lack of sufficient refining facilities and has to import refined petroleum products. The new restrictions are intended to deprive Iran of such imports and stifle the improvement of related facilities in Iran. Nonetheless, the impact of the sanctions will also resonate in the international trade, shipping and financial sectors.



US Sanctions against Iran and the impact on charterparty obligations

By • Mar 9th, 2010 • Category: Shipping Law, Tankers

Shipping Law podcast from Coracle Online in association with Reed Smith

This podcast looks at US Sanctions against Iran the impact on charterparty obligations.

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Maritime Law – a look at Rule B…

By • Nov 24th, 2009 • Category: Shipping Law

Shipping Law podcast from Coracle Online in association with Reed Smith This podcast looks at attachments under Rule B of the Supplemental Rules of Federal Civil Procedure. Interested in learning about the different types of ships? Email based course from Coracle… Sign up for the Daily Draft here sponsored by ShipServ



Shipping Law podcast from Coracle. Damages against a shipbuilder

By • May 22nd, 2009 • Category: Ince & Co Podcasts by Coracle, Shipping Law

The Shipping Law Podcast from Coracle and international law firm Ince & Co This podcast looks at damages against a shipbuilder from the case Gearbulk Holdings Ltd vs Stocznia Gdynia, in which Ince & Co acted sucesfully on behalf of the buyers.



The Coracle Law Podcast – IMT vs Changsung

By • Apr 28th, 2009 • Category: Shipping Law

Shipping Law from Coracle Online in association with Reed Smith In this episode we consider the recen judgement in IMT Shipping and Chartering vs Changsung Shipping Co Ltd, a decision of Mr Justice Tomlinson in the Commercial Court dated 8th April 2009 on the effect of Redelivery Notices, and in particular whether charterers are bound […]



Coracle Marine Law podcast: The UK’s Marine Bill

By • Apr 3rd, 2009 • Category: Shipping Law

The Shipping Law podcast from Coracle Online, in association with leading international legal practice, Norton Rose. This podcast looks at the UK’s Marine Bill



Shipping Law podcast from Coracle. The Bremen Max

By • Mar 20th, 2009 • Category: Ince & Co Podcasts by Coracle, Shipping Law

The Shipping Law Podcast from Coracle and international law firm Ince & Co This episode looks at letters of indemnity and delivery without the production of bills of lading. The case of the Bremen Max. Sponsor: Try GotoMyPC free for 30 days! For this special offer, visit www.gotomypc.com/techpodcasts



Shipping Law – episode 17 – NSF 1993

By • Nov 17th, 2008 • Category: Ince & Co Podcasts by Coracle, Shipping Law

The Shipping Law Podcast from Coracle and international law firm Ince & Co Ship Sales – the Norwegian Sales Form (NSF) 1993 This podcast looks at the place of payment and the relationship between a recap and a subsequent MOA Cases in this podcast: PT Berlian Laju Tanker TBK v Nuse Shipping Ltd (The Aktor) […]



Shipping Law – episode 16 – Front Comor

By • Nov 7th, 2008 • Category: Ince & Co Podcasts by Coracle, Shipping Law

The Shipping Law Podcast from Coracle and international law firm Ince & Co London arbitration and the EU: The Advocate General’s opinion in The Front Comor Cases referred to in this podcast: Gasser [2003] EUR 1-14693 Turner v Grovt [2004] 2 Lloyd’s Rep 169



Shipping Law – episode 15 – Piracy

By • Nov 5th, 2008 • Category: Ince & Co Podcasts by Coracle, Piracy, Shipping Law

The Shipping Law Podcast from Coracle and international law firm Ince & Co PIRACY – an overview of the legal position… At the moment some 300 crew members on 16 odd ships remain hijacked off the coast of Somalia. This podcast identifies some of the legal issues raised by the hijackings.