Ince Podcasts

Ince Podcasts

Welcome to Ince Podcasts - a series of podcasts presented by various members of our legal teams. These podcasts include industry insights into a range of different sectors and services as our experts delve deep into current issues.

Episodes

November 17, 2021 7 min

The Court has considered which time zone applies to determine the date of completion of discharge for the purposes of deciding whether notification of a demurrage claim was made too late.
 
In this podcast, Monika Humphreys-Davies reviews the decision and explains why the Court held that it was the time zone at the place of discharge. 

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Speakers

  • Gillie Belsham, Joint Head of the Energy & Infrastructure
  • Colette Kelly, Financial Crime Partner
  • Our first session in the Smart Talk series features Gillie Belsham, Joint Head of the Energy & Infrastructure, and Colette Kelly, Financial Crime Partner. In this episode, they review the Serious Fraud Office's recent conviction of Petrofac Limited for failing to prevent bribery, and examine the possible implications o...

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    Guest Starring: Sharon Priday and Andrew Williams 

    Host: Mili Sandifer-Smith, Ince

    Topics: Divorce; Matrimonial Finances; Private Wealth; Matrimonial Assets; Asset and Financial Protection; Financial Disclosure; Separation; Wills; Income Tax; Inheritance Tax; Capital Gains Tax; Property

    In the fourth episode of “Family matters”, Sharon Priday, Managing Associate, and Andrew Williams, Managing Associate come together to bring you both ...

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  • Chris Kidd, Head of Shipbuilding and Offshore Construction, Joint Head of Energy & Infrastructure, Partner London 
  • Stuart Mcalpine, Global Head of Marine Projects, London
  • Climate change litigation is a growing trend; and the legal industry bears witness to a rise in claims brought against both governments and private corporations for either failing to prevent, or contributing to, harmful carbon emissions across the world...

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    September 2, 2021 5 min

    In our second CSR podcast, Ince Impact members Alex Davidson, Hope Wilkins, and Francesca Jus-Burke talk us through the CSR initiatives Ince volunteers have been involved with over the past few months.

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    Host: Mili Sandifer-Smith, Ince

    Guest Star: John Burrell, Ince

    Topics: Divorce; Divorce proceedings; Divorce, Dissolution & Separation Bill

    In this episode, we kick off by discussing the most talked about area of family law: divorce. With particular emphasis on the changes in legislation to divorce which will be coming into force next year, having been delayed while the UK government works to implement these changes.

    We listen to t...

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    Guest Starring: Jack Duffy, Queen Square Chambers

    Host: Mili Sandifer-Smith, Ince

    Topics: recap of non-molestation orders, domestic abuse, Domestic Abuse Bill, statistics of men & women domestic violence, DVPNs, DVPOs

    In our second episode of the series brought to you by Ince, in any case, we re-cap from our previous episode and delve beyond non-molestation orders to domestic violence. Due to changes in the law there have been sig...

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    In a commodities contract dispute, the Court of Appeal has taken a different view to the Commercial Court on whether the contractual terms were consistent and could be read together, or whether they conflicted. The difference of opinion on this key issue of contractual interpretation highlights the type of problem that can arise where industry-standard terms are incorporated into a bespoke contract.

    In her latest podcast, Natalie Je...

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    June 11, 2021 29 min

    In this podcast, Julian Clark, Ince Global Senior Partner and Deanna MacDonald, Founder & CEO of Bloc demystify exactly what Blockchain is.

    Julian and Deanna discuss the role of blockchain in developing a system for electronic bills of lading, and take a deeper look at the systems that Bloc is developing to change the way in which the maritime industry deals with various issues, such as carriage of dangerous goods, crew welfare...

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    Guest Starring: Jack Duffy, Queen Square Chambers

    Host: Mili Sandifer-Smith, Ince

    Topics: Capacity; Non-Molestation Orders; Domestic Violence Protection Notices; Domestic Violence Protection Orders 

    Welcome to our first episode of Family Matters. In this first episode of our series, we explore what working in the legal profession has been like during the Covid-19 pandemic. This series is suitable for those with little to no knowledge ...

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    The case of Armada Ship Management(s) Pte Ltd v. Schiste Oil and Gas Nigeria Ltd (Armada Tuah 101) [2021] EWHC 1094 (Comm), highlights the importance of revising standard form terms carefully to avoid any subsequent confusion as to what was actually agreed. Upon the claimant making an application under s.32 Arbitration Act 1996 (“AA 1996”) for a declaration that a sole arbitrator had been validly appointed, the Court held that such...

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    This podcast by Chris Kidd, Joint Head of Energy & Infrastructure, and Tarek Taha, Associate, addresses the recent case of Apache UK Investment Limited v. Esso Exploration and Production UK Limited [2021] EWHC 1283 (Comm), where the High Court considered liability for decommissioning costs, in the context of a Sale and Purchase Agreement.

    The content of the podcast was first published as an article, which you may access by click...

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    May 28, 2021 7 min

    This UK Volunteers’ Week, we are pleased to launch the first in a new series of Ince Impact podcasts about CSR at Ince. In this first podcast, Ince CSR committee members Donal Keaney, Francesca Jus-Burke, Alex Davidson and Rachel Bennion, provide an overview of CSR at Ince and give an insight into the types of projects that our volunteers have been involved with over the past few months. Thank you to the CSR Committee, Ince’s volun...

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    In the context of a post-pandemic and post-Brexit world, Lola Akinloye, Associate in the London Real Estate team and Africa Practice Group, discusses the key considerations for Africans and other overseas persons contemplating moves to and investment into the UK property market.

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    Roger Harding, our Tax Director, runs through some key tax issues to consider when coming to live in the UK, in order to effectively plan for becoming UK tax resident.

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    Thinking of moving to the UK?

    In the first episode of our 'Future of the UK post-Brexit/post-pandemic' series, Alan Platt, our Consultant Director of Immigration at Ince, runs you through some of the available immigration routes into the United Kingdom – Tier 1 (Investor), Innovator, Sole Representative and Skilled Worker.

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    In this podcast, David Owens discusses a recent decision that highlights the difficulties that can arise where the initially agreed terms of a commodities contract do not include an arbitration agreement.

    You can also read the article here.

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    Are you seeing double? In this podcast, Eric Eyo explores a recent case, where the court decided to grant the Claimant an “anti-anti-suit injunction”, to counter a foreign anti-suit injunction obtained by the Defendant in breach of a London arbitration agreement. Please read the article here.

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    The Court of Appeal has confirmed that the words “clean on board” and “SHIPPED in apparent good order and condition” in a draft bill of lading do not amount to a representation or warranty by the shippers or charterers as to the apparent condition of the cargo. They are merely an invitation to the Master to make his own assessment of the cargo’s apparent condition on shipment and to make the appropriate representation in the bill o...

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    In this podcast, Chris Kidd explains the recent Court of Appeal ruling in British Gas Trading Limited v Shell UK Limited, Esso Exploration & Production UK Limited concerning a “take or pay” arrangement, in which the British Gas, the buyers of natural gas were only entitled to nominal damages despite Shell's breach of their capacity obligations as sellers.

    Please read the full article here.

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