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RESPONSECON

14 June 2017

RESPONSECON is an international spill response contract for hire of clean-up services and equipment following a spill of oil or other hazardous or noxious substances. The contract should not be used for spills occuring in the US – for such spills see US RESPONSECON. The latest edition of this contract is RESPONSECON, issued in 2017. Use of the contract is free of charge, but below Conditions of Use apply. Copyright in RESPONSECON is held by BIMCO.

US RESPONSECON

14 June 2017

US RESPONSECON is a spill response contract for hire of clean-up services and equipment following a spill of oil or other hazardous or noxious substances. The contract should only be used for spills occuring in the US – for other spills see RESPONSECON. The latest edition of this contract is US RESPONSECON, issued in 2017. Use of the contract is free of charge, but below Conditions of Use apply. Copyright in US RESPONSECON is held by BIMCO.

Chris Garley

26 July 2019

Chris joined HFW in 2008 and, after training for a period in Hong Kong, qualified into HFW’s London Shipping Litigation team in 2010, advising on both “wet” and “dry” disputes. His primary focus is on issues arising from marine casualties including collisions, fires and groundings. In recent years, Chris has been heavily involved in a number of high profile containership casualties arising from carriage of declared and undeclared dangerous goods. In doing so, he has acted for Owners and also for Charterers advising on all aspects of the casualty response including issues including of limitation of liability, jurisdiction, salvage and general average as well as the underlying liabilities, both in tort and related contracts of carriage/VSA/slot charter arrangements, including unseaworthiness and unsafe port claims. In 2016 Chris increased his “dry” experience by completing a secondment to the legal department of a major German power company based in the UK, advising the freight trading and chartering operations desks. During that period he advised on a range of issues from the initial chartering process, through to speed and performance claims, bill of lading disputes, sales contracts, letters of indemnity, and off-spec cargo claims. Christopher is qualified in England and Wales.