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Derek Luxford Article in Lloyd's List Australia on 26 July 2012

Partner Derek Luxford's article titled "In terms of law: just exactly when is consent unreasonably withheld?" was published in Lloyd's List Australia on 26 July 2012.

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Derek Luxford Quoted in Insurance and Professional Risk

Partner Derek Luxford has been quoted in the careers feature of Insurance & Risk Professional magazine (August 2011 edition).  He comments on the skill set now required and says "... insurance lawyers have needed to hone their skills and develop new areas of expertise to meet their clients requirements."

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For further information, please contact Derek Luxford on +61 2 9293 5474 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

Derek Luxford Quoted in Insurance and Professional Risk

Partner Derek Luxford has been quoted in the careers feature of Insurance & Risk Professional magazine (August 2011 edition). He comments on the skill set now required and says "... insurance lawyers have needed to hone their skills and develop new areas of expertise to meet their clients requirements."

For a copy of the article, click here.

For further information, please contact Derek Luxford on +61 2 9293 5474 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

Derek Luxford Interviewed About Shen Neng 1 Case

Partner Derek Luxford was quoted in relation to the Shen Neng 1 running aground on the Great Barrier Reef in the London based Lloyd's List on 12 April 2010. A copy of the article, written by Colum Murphy, appears below.

Grounding may spur first bunker convention fine

As if global attention to its grounded vessel on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef were not enough, the ship’s owner, Shenzhen Energy Transport, soon may have another claim to fame.

Legal experts say that the Shen Neng 1 case could be the first in Australia under the International Convention on Civil Liability for Bunker Oil Pollution Damage. The 2001 convention came into force in Australia last June, said Derek Luxford, a partner with Australian law firm Hicksons.

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