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Arbitration and Litigation

We’ve been helping to settle disputes in and out of court for a long time now. High or low value, multi-party or multi-jurisdictional, we’ve provided support and assistance for a wide range of maritime clients and cases. If you’re currently looking for help with any sort of dispute, you can be safe in the knowledge that we can give you the assistance you need backed by an expertise and understanding of this specialist area.

We can help with arbitration and litigation including:

  • 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 involving English Law

We treat every case with care and consideration. We’ll explore the right way for you to resolve your dispute, if you decide to arbitrate or litigate. We know how important it is for you to settle things quickly and in a cost-effective way, but we’ll still be diligent and thorough, using our experience to get the best outcome for you.

Latest News & Blogs

Oct
2017

A London arbitration tribunal recently considered issues surrounding the failure of the charterers to provide cargo to a vessel.

LONDON ARBITRATION 22/17 – Demurrage and Time Bar
Sep
2017

LONDON ARBITRATION 22/17 – Demurrage and Time Bar: The charterparty was an amended Asbatankvoy form and the vessel was chartered to carry a cargo of gasoil from Iran to Fujairah (UAE).

Cargo Claims and the Application of the NYPE Inter-Club Agreement
Aug
2017

In a recent London arbitration the tribunal had the opportunity to review the apportionment between owners and charterers for damages caused by sweaty cargo.

Discharging Cargo against Electronic PIN Codes
Jul
2017

In a recent case, the Court of Appeal has considered discharge of cargo against PIN Codes and whether the provision of PIN Codes amounted to “delivery” of cargo, or a “Delivery Order”.

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