Cargo Theft Seminar

On the 2th April, we offer a free breakfast seminar on the subject “Cargo theft in road transport. Liability and Insurance”.

The seminar will take at the premises of the German Chamber of Commerce in Avenida Pio XII nº 26 – 28, Madrid.

Details on the venue and registration available here.

Theft of goods in on-line freight exchanges

A new article by our partner Luis Alberto García Villar regarding the theft of goods by creating false profiles.

In his article Luis addresses the liability of both the digital platform and the carrier when outsourcing via that that digital platform.

The article can be consulted for free here in Spanish in the online newspaper Cadena Suministro.

You can also request a copy at rogers@rogersco.es

Theft of goods in on-line freight exchanges

A new article by our partner Luis Alberto García Villar regarding the theft of goods by creating false profiles.

In his article Luis addresses the liability of both the digital platform and the carrier when outsourcing via that that digital platform.

The article can be consulted for free here in Spanish in the online newspaper Cadena Suministro.

You can also request a copy at rogers@rogersco.es

Chambers & Partners 2019 – Marie Rogers ranked as leading lawyer

Our partner Marie Rogers has been ranked in Chambers & Partners as a leading lawyer in Spain for shipping matters.

“Head of department Marie Rogers of Rogers & Co. Abogados is highly active in the Spanish shipping market. She is valued by clients for her “very effective and enthusiastic” approach to shipping matters, within which she focuses in particular on shipping litigation and marine insurance” (Chambers & Partners 2019)

Travel Weekly – The fight against fake gastric illness claims continues

Our partner Marie Rogers has participated in a short article published in the  UK travel industry specialized press “TRAVEL WEEKLY” commenting on the continued fight of the Spanish tourism sector and their insurers against fake gastric illness claims pursued by British tourists in Spain on all-inclusive holidays, and that whilst these claims have been considerably reduced in the last year, the sector stays vigilant.

The article can be consulted here.