Maritime and Transport Law

Quarterly update October 2018: Maritime and Transport Law

This quarterly update brings a status on the 25-hour parking limit on Danish highways. We also consider relevant legal issues concerning bad bunkers, and review two recent decisions showing that direct actions prevail over jurisdiction clauses.

NJORD Law Firm’s Maritime and Transport Law Department publishes weekly news via NJORD’s LinkedIn profile, on current Danish maritime and transport law. In our quarterly update, we look at a selection of these news to provide an insight into the most important legal trends in the Danish maritime and transport industry.

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