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Paul McGrath appeared in the Court of Appeal on 23 and 27 November concerning the Athens Convention

27th November 2017

Paul McGrath appeared before the Court of Appeal on 23 and 27 November concerning whether a Claimant had proven that a cruise company was a contractual carrier or a performing carrier, whether a tender vessel was part of ‘course of carriage’ and whether the Claimant had proven fault or neglect on the part of the carrier(s).

The Court upheld the decision of the Admiralty Registrar. The neutral citation will be available soon. Lawrence v NCL.

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