All posts by Peter Lamb

Peter Lamb is a director in the Norton Rose Fulbright admiralty and shipping team, based in Durban. A qualified attorney, Lamb has an LLM in shipping law from the University of Cape Town. He focuses on shipping, logistics and marine insurance law. Lamb is also able to advise logistics service providers, and users, on numerous commercial aspects and risk management, with a focus on Africa. You can read more from Lamb on the Norton Rose Fulbright insideafricalaw.com blog.

Risk management in the era of Covid-19

Mar 30, 2020No Comments

The world is currently dominated by concerns around COVID-19, the effects of which will continue to be felt for some time. From a risk management

Cyber risk and supply chains

Mar 09, 2020No Comments

New threats and more sophisticated cyber attacks will leave supply chains more vulnerable than ever, unless a comprehensive cyber risk management system is place Global

Fourth Industrial Revolution: Legal risk ma...

Sep 04, 2019No Comments

The Fourth Industrial Revolution brings with it some operational risks in the supply chain. What about the legal risks that result? We all know that

Risk management in supply chain

May 09, 2019No Comments

The landscape for managing risk has changed. Following the 2008 financial crisis, people no longer have the same amount of trust in companies Being perceived

The standard contract

Sep 12, 2018No Comments

Part of risk management for a logistics company is to understand its contractual obligations and the allocation of risks and liabilities between it and the

Going around in circles

Jun 18, 2018No Comments

The latest amendments to the National Road Traffic Act regulations have been poorly drafted. There was some commotion in the logistics industry when the minister