Entries by Aiyon

PIRACY, A REALITY IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY

Piracy in the maritime world is a reality with a history of hundreds of years, being sometimes prosecuted and other times protected by the institutions of the countries present in the different maritime areas around the world. We have been currently witnessing the fact that this phenomenon is still alive and that it is a […]

THE NEW CODE OF ETHICS

On March 6th 2019, the General Council of the Spanish Bar approved the new Code of Ethics which came into force on May 9th 2019. This Code encompasses a set of principles of conduct that should govern the professional activities of lawyers and derogates the Code which was in force since 2002. These norms amend […]

Royal Decree 257/2019, of April 12th – Rules Governing the Granting of Special Aids for the Adaptation of Port Stevedoring Services

In our article dated May 29th 2017 and entitled “Stevedore Service Regulation Eventually Settled in Spain”, we already mentioned the regulation enacted in the Royal Decree-Act 8/2017, of May 12th , which modifies the regulation of workers that provide port cargo handling services, which has been recently supplemented by the Royal Decree – Act 9/2019, […]

The legal regime of civil liability in the Prestige case

The Faculty of Law of the University of Deusto, within the framework of the Master in Maritime Law, organised yesterday a workshop to analyse the “Prestige case”. It was a special event because took part on it part of the direct protagonists of the procedure.    The workshop was attended by the environmental prosecutor of […]

National Civil Aviation Security Programme, February 1st 2019

The objective of the National Civil Aviation Security Programme (NCASP) is to establish general guidelines to comply with the basic standards of the civil aviation safety, in particular with regard to the organization, practices and procedures necessary for the protection and safeguarding of the passengers, crew, general public, ground personnel, aircrafts, airports and their facilities, […]

Maritime contracts in Spanish Law

The Spanish Maritime Law Association (AEDM), in cooperation with the University Carlos III and the publisher Dykinson, has recently published a book regarding maritime contracts in Spanish law, “Los contratos sobre el buque en Derecho español. Análisis práctico”. Veronica Meana, of Aiyon Abogados, has contributed to this publication with the chapter related to wreck removal […]