Maritime contracts seminar
This open seminar presents an international perspective on negotiation and collaboration in maritime contracts.
International maritime contracts are developing from more traditional contract perspective to a more dynamic and collaborative perspective. IT-solutions are presented in the industry and partnering, strategic alliances and vertical integration might influence the contractual relationship between the maritime parties. This seminar focuses on new types of IT-software, strategic behavior and globalization in a legal contractual perspective.
Professor Kim Østergaard, CBS Law Department, will present how strategic behavior can influence the international maritime contract.
Associate professor Andrej Savin, CBS Law Department, will present an IT-law perspective on maritime relationships.
Research-fellow Henriette Schleimann, CBS Law Department, introduces the topic and content in the PhD project included in the INNOship Project No. 15 ‘Servitization.
Professor, Christina D. Tvarnø will chair the seminar.
The presentations at the seminar aim at facilitating an open discussion regarding the link between IT-law, business strategy and contract in international maritime relationships.
Registration & Coffee
Welcome and introduction to the Blue INNOship Project No. 15. By Christina D. Tvarnø, Professor, Law department, CBS
Presentation: International Maritime contracts in the value chain. By Kim Østergaard, Professor, Law department, CBS
Presentation of phd-project. By Henriette Schleimann, research-fellow, CBS
Presentation: Blockchain, Digital Transformation and the Law: What Can We Learn From the Microsoft-Mærsk Deal? By Andrej Savin, Associate Professor, Law department, CBS
Open discussion: IT-law, business strategy and contract in international maritime relationships. Facilitated by Christina D. Tvarnø, Professor, CBS
By mail: email@example.com no later than 19 March
The Law Department, CBS
The seminar is free of charge.
The seminar is part of the dissemination of the Blue INNOship Project No. 15 ‘Servitization: Creating the market by understanding the price, cost, contracts and financing’. The project is part of the Danish societal partnership, Blue INNOship and partly funded by Innovation Fund Denmark (IFD) under File No: 155-2014-10, as well as the Danish Maritime Fund and Orient’s Fond. In attendance will be Blue INNOship project partners, maritime business professionals and researchers.