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Table-ronde internationale autour du blocage du Canal de Suez par le porte-conteneurs « Ever Given » la compagnie Evergreen » (1er juillet 2021) avec Swansea University, L’institut catholique de Lille, et les professionnels du monde maritime (Brésil, Belgique, Italie, Japon, Mexique)

Par 15 avril 2022avril 17th, 2022Pas de commentaire

On 23 March 2021, one of the largest container ships in the world, the Ever Given, got stuck in the Suez Canal, blocking all other cargo passage for six days. The incident had a huge impact not only on the goods transported by the Ever Given, but also on global trade itself, considering the Suez Canal is one of the most used waterways in the world. Five legal practitioners in the maritime field from all around the world discussed the legal and economical implications of this case:

– Me Raphaël Vianna, Lawyer and professor, Campanema Soares do Cuto, Advogados associados (Brésil)

– Ramah El Tayeb El Saddig, Doctorant au CDMO, Nantes Université

– Me Masaaki Sasaki, Lawyer, partner in the shipping team at TMI Associates, (Japon)

– Yaneen Ramirez Estrada, Legal Counsel at APM Terminals (Mexique)

– Me Ettore Violante, Lawyer at PICCININI & PARTNERS (Italie)

– Karl Depypere, Dispatcher at Atlantis International Services (Groupe Erget) (Belgique)