Gathering Evidence – Online Seminar


12:00 pm


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John Noble spent about 40 years in the marine surveying business, from running his own business (Murray Fenton and Associates Limited), based in London, to 5 years as head of The Salvage Association following its acquisition by BMT.

John attended over 60 major casualties (BRAER, SEA EMPRESS, ERIKA, for example).  Involvement in these casualties often lead to dealing with matters of causation and gathering evidence.  In addition, John acted as an expert witness on about 70 cases in a number of jurisdictions. (UK, USA, Canada, Sudan, UAE and Sweden to list a few.)

John was the technical editor in three appropriate publications:

Casualty Management Guidelines  (2012)

Guidelines for Collecting Maritime Evidence Volume 1  (2016)

Guidelines for Collecting Maritime Evidence Volume 2  (2019)

There is a wealth of background that will be available to contribute to the webinar and deal with questions arising.

John retains an active interest in the topic and is assisting the legal representatives in a number of on-going cases.

The online seminar will commence at 12.00 (UK London time) on the 6th May 2020. If you are unable to attend the seminar live, you can purchase the video separately by reserving a copy below. Please note – if you are attending the seminar live, you will also receive a copy of the video after the event so you do not need to purchase this separately.

Once you have reserved your place using the form below you will be sent the joining instructions in good time. Alternatively, call the IIMS head office on +44 23 9238 5223 or email to reserve your place.


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