An Advocate General of the European Court of Justice recently considered the issue of where an employee habitually works and the impact of a “choice of jurisdiction” clause in the employee’s contract. When issuing his opinion on the meaning of the “place where the employee habitually carries out his work”...
The heavy regulation within the fishing industry and wider marine sector inevitably mean that some will fall foul of the law.
If and when that happens, our highly experienced marine criminal law team are on hand to assist and advise you.
With a deserved reputation as Scotland’s leading fisheries prosecution defence lawyers, we have successfully represented fishermen in prosecutions throughout Scotland and taken cases involving European fisheries legislation to the European Court. We also regularly represent Masters and vessel owners and operators in regulatory criminal matters raised under the Merchant Shipping Act, Collisions Regulations, in Health and Safety matters and in cases of oil pollution.