London Firm Discusses Container Security

Friday, November 08, 2002
London law firm Lawrence Graham says shipping is set to see new forms of documents, and disputes over the use of existing ones, as security concerns raise to the top of the agenda the issue of what is in a container. Writing in Shipping Lawgram, the newsletter of Lawrence Graham's shipping team, Charles Baker highlights how security concerns are building up the political and industrial will and impetus to force through changes to traditional shipping practices which date from the general cargo era. Also in Shipping Lawgram, Captain Slapdash gets away with a grounding, and Philip Wood, director of Trade and Transport (UK) Ltd, sets out his views on dispute resolution.
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