The purpose of the interim injunction proceedings was to secure the funds arising from the sales proceeds for the 14 ships in order to settle E.R. Schiffahrt’s claims. The OLG’s ruling ensures that this will now happen.Under the ship management agreement, E.R. Schiffahrt is entitled to a share of around USD 50 million of the sales proceeds from the ships.The dispute between E.R. Schiffahrt and the management of MPC Flottenfonds III arose as a consequence of the early sale of the ships last year.The Hanseatic Higher Regional Court of Hamburg upheld charter shipping company E.R. Schiffahrt’s interpretation of the law.In an earlier hearing on July 2, 2014, the court’s Senate had already set out its concurrence with E.R. Schiffahrt’s position, and this was reaffirmed by the ruling.However, the Senate had called upon both parties to reach an out-of-court settlement – both in the interests of the 8,000 or so investors and to avoid a protracted legal dispute.E.R. Schiffahrt had agreed to do this, and offered negotiations. However, the management of MPC Flottenfonds III did not take up this offer.As a result, court proceedings will have to be continued. E.R. Schiffahrt’s management said it was encouraged by the Hanseatic Higher Regional Court’s ruling and would pursue its claims further in the main proceedings before the Hamburg Regional Court (Landgericht).Press Release; July 31, 2014 zoom In the dispute between Hamburg shipping company E.R. Schiffahrt and investment firm MPC Flottenfonds III, the Higher Regional Court of Hamburg (Oberlandesgericht Hamburg – OLG) ruled in favour of E.R. Schiffahrt on July 25, 2014.
Source: gerard blaine/Twitter Jamie appeared on the Ray D’Arcy Show on Today FM on Friday – but it wasn’t until his story was picked up by Canadian media that he made a breakthrough.Katie’s sister got in touch with a friend of Jamie’s on Twitter, saying she was certain she knew who they were talking about: Source: TwitterThe mysterious Katie turned out to be 27-year-old Katie Moreau of Nova Scotia – she revealed she tried to find Jamie after they left the plane, but didn’t want to seem too desperate.She told CBC News that she’s ‘flattered’ Jamie did all this to find her: Source: gerard blaine/Twitter Quick update, Jamie has given his interview to @CBCNS hopefully now we are just one step away from a reunion #findkatie #LoveAtFirstFlight— gerard blaine (@gblaineofficial) August 1, 2014 #findkatie canadien girl, brown hair travelling around Ireland with her mum! @theoriginalgoup is looking for her. #loveatfirstflight— gerard blaine (@gblaineofficial) August 1, 2014 ROMANCE IS ALIVE.We know it is, because an Irish guy has been reunited with the Canadian girl that charmed him on a flight to Dublin, all thanks to the power of social media.Last week, Jamie Kelly (24) from Galway sat beside a Canadian girl named Katie on a Ryanair flight from Barcelona to Dublin.The pair started chatting during the flight, and Jamie told Canadian news station CBC that he felt they’d ‘made a connection’.Sadly, they were separated once they left the plane. After the usually reliable Facebook search failed to produce any results, friends of Jamie’s started the #loveatfirstflight hashtag on Twitter in the hopes of bringing them together again. When I was on the plane I talked to him incessantly because I had just been travelling for two months in Italy and Spain, and it was just so nice to be around English speaking people… plus he was very easy on the eyes.Jamie says that he has been chatting to Katie online, and the pair plan to meet next week.Aw. We love a good happy ending, we do.13 driving license photos that are worse than yours>Jeff Bridges ‘bowls’ out first pitch at baseball game, Lebowski-style>