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Sally-Ann deals with disputes arising out of all types of shipping contracts (including charterparty, bill of lading, ship management, and shipbuilding disputes) and issues relating to sale contracts and worldwide logistics. She represents clients across the full spectrum of disputes, from highly technical shipbuilding disputes and cargo claims (including claims relating to the carriage of oil and gas products, dry bulk cargoes and containers, and pharmaceutical products) to simple defence issues. Sally-Ann works largely with clients based in Europe (including the UK, Italy, and Greece), the U.S., India, China, and Saudi Arabia, acting for the full range of shipping players, including owners, charterers, traders, ship managers, and insurers. She has considerable experience of drafting standard form amendments to charterparties, COAs, pool agreements, ship management agreements, and freight forwarding agreements. The economic downturn also led to her being involved with a number of high profile insolvency issues. Her experience also includes the exercise of liens and arrests in many jurisdictions, anti-suit injunctions, and enforcement. Sally-Ann has recently been advising on the impending sulphur limits, cyber issues, and the EU Data Protection Regulation. She regularly lectures on bill of lading and charterparty issues, and is responsible for in-house training in the Transportation Group.
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