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Arbitration and Litigation

Resolving disputes can be challenging, time consuming and costly, especially when they’re international or multi-jurisdictional.

Our highly efficient team understands that time is money and your need for a swift but fair resolution. We’re on hand to support, advise and help you navigate the complex international legalities associated with arbitration and litigation, including low and high value, multi-party and multi-jurisdictional matters.

Here are just some of the areas we can help you with:

  • Protecting client’s rights
  • Assisting with claims for security and obtaining security for claims across a large number of international jurisdictions provide multi-jurisdictional advice in relation to arbitration and litigation
  • Providing and supporting clients in specialist maritime arbitrations such as LMAA, GAFTA and FOSFA
  • We also provide arbitration support for ICC and SIAC disputes

We also have access to expert legal advice from a huge range of lawyers based across the globe, thanks to our membership of the MSI – a global alliance of lawyers and accountants – ensuring your international matter will be dealt with accordingly.

Latest News & Blogs

Frozen tuna – waybills issued towards the end of the carriage
May
2017

A recent High Court decision in Kyokuyo Ltd v AP Moller-Maersk A/S trading as Maersk Line [2017] EWHC 654 (Comm) highlights the commercial risks associated with carrying frozen tuna in refrigerated containers.

Berthing and storage – Contract formation and debt recovery
May
2017

With space at a premium and berths a finite resource, the importance of guarding against unprofitable berths is paramount. With this in mind, if something goes wrong it helps to have a lawfully worded contract upon which you can rely.

bimco supplytime 2017
Apr
2017

The BIMCO Supplytime Form 2005 is used worldwide by a range of vessels including, but not limited to tugs, support, offshore and crew transfer vessels.

Clandestines, containers and haulage operations
Apr
2017

The risk to hauliers and container line operators and users from illegal immigrants gaining access to trailers and cargo containers is both a physical, tangible risk as well as a financial one.

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