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Maritime Update November 2017

Welcome to our spring maritime udate

In this edition:  2017 has seen several regulatory changes in maritime law in New Zealand, a number of interesting international cases covering carriage of goods, freight forwarders liability, and charterparty issues, the rapid development in blockchain technology and cyber-security issues.

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