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PostSubject: International Maritime Law & Practice - Jakarta - 24 + 25 Jan 2011   Tue Dec 14, 2010 3:36 am

http://www.indonesiamaritime.lawandpractice.org/

Welcome to Maritime Law and Practice, Jakarta 2011.

International Maritime Practice is a highly specialised field. Global Conferences Ltd (GCL) has the niche expertise to provide this intensive training seminar and workshop programme; focused on helping industry professionals from various businesses to understand and manage the risks, and make the most of commercial opportunities.

A good knowledge of the overall legal framework is essential. The International Maritime Law & Practice Course covers both the business side of shipping (ship financing, ship building, charterparties, carriage of goods by sea and business risk management), the “wet side” (ship collisions, salvage, wreck removal, general average and oil pollution) as well as marine insurance claims, maritime disputes, and maritime arbitration.

Our expert panel of hands-on specialists will present detailed, custom-made presentations and interactive case studies, which will ensure full understanding of this unique course.

Come join us in Jakarta in Jan 2011.



Dato' Jude P. Benny
Course Director


Key Topics:
Dispute Resolution: Mediation / Arbitration / Litigation
Charterparties / Bills of Lading
P&I Insurance
Default in Shipping Loans
Shipbuilding Agreements
Risk Management
Marine Insurance
Maritime Collisions


For registration, please contact us at
Phone: (62) 21 5203663 (hunting)
Fax: (62) 21 5206336
Email: consult@rudyantholawfirm.com

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PostSubject: Re: International Maritime Law & Practice - Jakarta - 24 + 25 Jan 2011   Tue Dec 14, 2010 3:41 am

DAY ONE

DISPUTE RESOLUTION: MEDIATION, ARBITRATION & LITIGATION
• Practical Advantages/ Disadvantages
• Arbitration Agreement
• Proceedings/ The Hearing
• Fairness and Impartiality
• Cost
• Awards

MAKING TIME COUNT IN VOYAGE CHARTERS: LAYTIME AND DEMURRAGE
• Commencement of laytime
• The running and interruption of laytime
• Rules relating to demurrage
• Evidence you need to show

PAYMENT OF HIRE AND OFF-HIRE PROVISIONS: HOW TO GET YOUR MONEY’S WORTH IN A TIME CHARTER
• Obligation to pay hire
• Non-payment, late payment and part payment
• Right of withdrawal, anti-technicality clauses and the use of injunctions
• Off-hire

BILL OF LADING & FRAUD
• Delivery without Bill of lading
• Ante-Dating and Post-Dating
• Wrongful Declarations
• Title to sue
• Indemnities

DEFAULT IN SHIPPING LOANS
• The scope of the mortgagee’s rights
• Remedies
• Priorities
• Priorities between Mortgages

SHIP SALE: EXAMINING SALIENT CLAUSES IN THE MOA
• Use of standard forms and getting what parties want
• Purchase price - buyer and seller perspectives
• Inspection of vessel post execution of MOA
• Legal documentation – a buyer’s comfort
• Resolving disputes

AVOIDING PITFALLS IN SHIPBUILDING AGREEMENTS
• Shipbuilding contract and letter of intent
• Terms of payment and adjusting the contract price
• Warranties and liability for defects
• Plans and specifications
• Insurance
• Time for delivery

FUTURE-PROOFING YOUR BUSINESS – PERSPECTIVE OF RISK MANAGEMENT
Cyclones and fires will continue to destroy people, property and the environment in the high seas, yet the show must go on! there You can do it with eyes opened or shut. The x-factor that distinguishes a successful business today is how well you have set out to future-proof the business – in protecting your resources and reputation, from the onslaught of adverse public opinion and outrage, unexpected out-of-pocket expenses, claims and counter-claims.
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PostSubject: Re: International Maritime Law & Practice - Jakarta - 24 + 25 Jan 2011   Tue Dec 14, 2010 3:42 am

DAY TWO


MARITIME COLLISIONS: AN OVERVIEW
• Parties involved and their roles
• Typical claims from accidents, casualties & disasters
• Legal aspects of managing collisions
• COLREG - Part A: Application & Responsibility
• COLREG - Part B: Steering & Sailing Rules, etc
• Vessel traffic scheme

LEGAL ISSUES AFFECTING HULL & MACHINERY INSURANCE
• Risks & Exclusions
• Extent of Indemnity for Covered Losses
• Collision Liability Coverage
• Claims Procedures

PROTECTION & INDEMNITY INSURANCE: SCOPE AND COVER
• P & I Clubs cover
• P & I Clubs exclusions
• What additional covers do P & I Clubs offer?
• How does the P & I system work?

CARGO INSURANCE
• New Developments on Cargo Insurance
• Policy Cover
• Types of Policy
• Differences between the Institute Cargo Clauses A,B & C
• Institute War / Strike Clauses
• International Trade Clauses

THE BP OIL SPILL – LESSONS TO BE LEARNT
By Muralee N. Chandra, Manager Risk & Insurance,

WORKSHOP SESSION 1: CHARTERPARTY

This workshop introduces the essential knowledge of charter party bills of lading that participants need to know to ascertain, and also to eliminate, the discrepancies in these transport documents. Case studies and famous court cases are used extensively to demonstrate the common discrepancies and disputes in transport documents from the consultant's work file. Our workshops are known to be inspiring, stimulating, pragmatic, easy to understand and humorous. Participants have high involvement over open forum discussions, led by the facilitator.

WORKSHOP SESSION 2: FUTURE-PROOFING YOUR BUSINESS MULTI-DISCIPLINARY

This is a hands-on practical workshop based on an evolving scenario that requires participants to develop a shipping operation to transport iron ore from Port Hedland in Western Australia to Rizhao Port in China. The scenario will involve the construction of a custom-built vessel in Singapore to managing the operations. What are the aspects for future-proofing this business that will give it the competitive edge from a project perspective and an ongoing business perspective? This workshop will also draw the inputs of facilitators with a legal, insurance, safety and operational background.
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PostSubject: Speakers   Tue Dec 14, 2010 3:46 am

COURSE DIRECTOR
Dato’ Jude Philomen Benny,
Managing Partner
JOSEPH TAN JUDE BENNY LLP,
Singapore


As a reputable litigation lawyer, Dato’ Benny is constantly awarded personal accolades in legal circles. The Asia Pacific Legal 500 1999/2000 Edition described Dato’ Benny as “one of the best respected shipping lawyers in Singapore”. He was ranked one of the foremost shipping lawyers in the country by The Euro-Money Legal Group Guide and short-listed by Chambers Global Directory 2000 as one of the “Leaders in their Fields” of Shipping Law. In 2003, he was named in the Legal Who’s Who of Singapore.

Dato’ has been personally involved in a number of milestones in Singapore’s maritime history. He conducted and succeeded in the very first international arbitration at the Singapore International Arbitration Centre, after a hearing of 105 days. He conducted the two ship collision trials to go to Court in Singapore in the last 40 years, involving the vessels “Ming Galaxy” / “Hercei Novi” and “Tai He”/Nordic Explorer. As a Director of the Singapore Maritime Foundation, Dato’ Benny led a Working Group that established the Singapore Chamber of Maritime Arbitration in 2004.


Dr Irwin U.J. Ooi, Associate Professor
Senior Research Fellow,
Malaysia Institute of Transport (MiTRANS),
UNIVERSITY TECHNOLOGY MARA (UiTM)


Before returning to Malaysia in 2001, he was at the Department of Maritime Studies and International Transport at the University of Wales, Cardiff for almost a decade. His research work is focussed mainly on Maritime Law and Transport Law. His most recent research project is on the legal aspects of ‘halal’ logistics. Dr Ooi is recognised for his consultancy work with law firms around the region and the Maritime Institute of Malaysia (MIMA). He currently teaches Multimodal Transport Law classes and Opinion Writing, for undergraduates and if the subjects are offered, Carriage of Goods by Sea and Marine Insurance on the LL.M programme. Dr Ooi also coaches the UiTM Moot team and the team’s most recent achievement is becoming National Champions of the Jessup Moots 2010, thus represent Malaysia at the White and Case International Rounds of Jessup 2010 at Washington DC, USA.


Danny Chua,
Senior Partner,
JOSEPH TAN JUDE BENNY LLP,
Singapore


Upon being called to the English Bar at Gray’s Inn, Danny Chua returned to Singapore where he commenced practice with Messrs Godwin & Co (then the leading Shipping & Maritime law firm in Singapore) before joining Messrs Khattar Wong & Partners in 1989 where he was a partner and Head of the Shipping Department. He joined Joseph Tan Jude Benny in September 1999 and now heads its Shipping & General Litigation department. Since 2002, Danny has been a Senior Partner of the firm.


Muralee Nair Chandra,
Manager Risk & Insurance,
SILVER CHAIN, Australia


Muralee Nair Chandra has more than 20 years of experience in risk and crisis management. Starting out as a broadcast journalist in Singapore, before moving into the international arena, first as an investment consultant to the Industrial Development Board of Northern Ireland and later as risk and reputation advisor to a wide range of MNCs, government agencies and legal firms. Some of the notable cases he has been involved in include: Lockheed (Tanaka Scandal), ASEA (MRT contracts in Singapore), Air Line Pilots Association (Taipei Crash), International Association of Geophysical Contractors (Environmental Issues), JTJB Law Firm (Eviction of Squatters), MPL Health Safety Environment (Asbestos Issues), Silver Chain (10-Step Pandemic Plan for Continuation of Operations). Muralee is a keen advocate of “Lessons Learned” and has devised a practical guide to conduct simulated crisis exercises.


James Moran
Manager (Singapore Office)
NORTH OF ENGLAND P&I ASSOCIATION

James experienced life at sea working aboard small dry bulk carriers before graduating from the University of Liverpool with a BSc (Honours) degree in Marine Biology. He has since obtained a Post Graduate Diploma in Maritime Law from London Metropolitan University. He joined the Association in February 2003 and worked in the Hong Kong Office from August 2006 to September 2009 before relocating to the Singapore Office. He now manages the Singapore Office and deals with all types of P&I claims.


Mr. Fx. Sugiyanto, SH, Lecturer
INFA/GAVEKSI Institute,
JAKARTA INT’L MARITIM CONSULTING (JIMC)


For over 20 years, Mr. Sugiyanto had been handling Hull & Machinery, P&I Insurance and cargo claim in one of the biggest shipping company in Indonesia. The former Country Manager of a P&I Club Correspondence is currently Lecturing Basic Freight Forwarders & FIATA Course held by The Indonesian Freight Forwarders Association. He is also the author of "MARITIME INSURANCE LAW, PROTECTION& INDEMNITY (P&I) INSURANCE" and "INTERNATIONAL FREIGHT FORWARDERS, LOGISTICS DAN TRANSPORTASI MULTIMODA" which is currently being published.


Dr Budiono Kusumohamidjojo, SH
PT. MANAMAC INDONESIA


Dr. Budiono Kusumohamidjojo, S.H, of PT. Manamac Indonesia, has practiced corporate and commercial law since 1986, starting with “Makarim & Taira S.”, and later spent a total of 17 years with “Soebagjo, Jatim, Djarot”, both in Jakarta. He has dealt intensively with marine pipeline construction, as well as with transportation and communication cases. He is also active as resource person for government’s policy formulations. He is licensed with the Indonesian Bar “PERADI”.
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PostSubject: Re: International Maritime Law & Practice - Jakarta - 24 + 25 Jan 2011   Tue Dec 14, 2010 9:32 am

Ada info kapan terakhir daftar dan biaya ga gaannn??
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PostSubject: Re: International Maritime Law & Practice - Jakarta - 24 + 25 Jan 2011   Tue Dec 14, 2010 10:01 am

Petir wrote:
Ada info kapan terakhir daftar dan biaya ga gaannn??

Pendaftaran masih dibuka sampai kuota-nya terpenuhi, sampai sekarang masih buka kok.

Untuk biaya:

Early bird: daftar sebelum 30 Desember 2010 USD 700/orang
Normal: setelah 30 Desember 2010 USD 850/orang
Diskon 10% kalau 1 institusi mengirimkan delegasi lebih dari 3 orang

Silahkan buka website-nya kalau mau daftar bisa langsung isi registration form-nya dan di fax/email nomor fax/alamat email yang tercantum di website.

Kami tunggu kehadirannya!
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PostSubject: Re: International Maritime Law & Practice - Jakarta - 24 + 25 Jan 2011   Tue Dec 14, 2010 10:03 am

ay0912 wrote:
Petir wrote:
Ada info kapan terakhir daftar dan biaya ga gaannn??

Pendaftaran masih dibuka sampai kuota-nya terpenuhi, sampai sekarang masih buka kok.

Untuk biaya:

Early bird: daftar sebelum 30 Desember 2010 USD 700/orang
Normal: setelah 30 Desember 2010 USD 850/orang
Diskon 10% kalau 1 institusi mengirimkan delegasi lebih dari 3 orang

Silahkan buka website-nya kalau mau daftar bisa langsung isi registration form-nya dan di fax/email nomor fax/alamat email yang tercantum di website.

Kami tunggu kehadirannya!

Maaf dikoreksi, maksud kami sebelum 31 Desember 2010
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PostSubject: Re: International Maritime Law & Practice - Jakarta - 24 + 25 Jan 2011   Tue Dec 14, 2010 6:41 pm

ini teh naon? seminar, workshop, pelatihan ato apa? dapet sertipikat ga? kek lulus advokat, lulus kurator, lulus hkhpm gitu....?
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PostSubject: Re: International Maritime Law & Practice - Jakarta - 24 + 25 Jan 2011   Wed Dec 15, 2010 6:34 am

Clones wrote:
ini teh naon? seminar, workshop, pelatihan ato apa? dapet sertipikat ga? kek lulus advokat, lulus kurator, lulus hkhpm gitu....?

Ini seminar & workshop (1/2 hari pada hari ke-2).

Dapet sertifikat, tapi bukan sertifikasi profesi (hkhpm, advokat, dll)
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PostSubject: Re: International Maritime Law & Practice - Jakarta - 24 + 25 Jan 2011   Wed Aug 29, 2012 4:27 am

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