Naturally this has caused great commercial uncertainty, and those associations dealing with agricultural products, such as Gafta and Fosfa may be particularly concerned with how UK’s exit from the EU will affect the production and import/export of agricultural commodities to and from the UK.Read More
This Court of Appeal case involves a number of issues relating to the Hague Rules and also the burden of proof in so far as what is required for cargo interests when claiming against a Shipowner/Carrier.Read More
From 1st September 2016 the new version of the Gafta 125 Rules of Arbitration takes effect in all sale contracts referencing or incorporating the rules. The changes, having been drawn up by a committee representing the trade, highlight the benefits of a trade organisation which draws on the practical experience of its members.Read More
The effect of Brexit goes well beyond trade or immigration.
We have produced a table providing an overview on the alterative models available to the UK which briefly summarises the possible/likely effect each would have.Read More