Featuring highlights from the Manchester International and Travel seminar, which was postponed earlier this year; this five-part series consists of the following talks:

  • A Montreal Convention Update,
  • Service out of the jurisdiction,
  • Proper Place and
  • Foreign Law Contribution Claims

A Montreal Convention Update

Christopher Fleming opens the series with a Montreal Convention update.


Part 1: Service out of the Jurisdiction

Spencer considers when permission is required to serve out of jurisdiction, the contract and tort gateways and the impact of Brownlie -v- Four Seasons [2017] UKSC 80


Part 2: Service out of the Jurisdiction

Max Archer discusses the impact of the recent case of Pandya v Intersalonika General Insurance Company SA [2020] EWHC 273 (QB), a decision on limitation in a claim governed by Greek law with potentially significant ramifications for those seeking to serve out of the jurisdiction.


Forum non conveniens

Service on foreign Defendants in and out of the jurisdiction: applying the test for forum non conveniens.

Aliyah Akram considers the development of the law from Spiliada Maritime Corporation v Consules Ltd [1987] AC 460 to Vedanta v Lungowe [2019] UKSC 20


Foreign Law Contribution Claims

David Green offers the final part of the 12KBW Manchester International and Travel webinar series, discussing foreign law contribution claims.