Ince & Co appoints oil and gas specialist for its Shangai office
Ince & Co has appointed lawyer Dimitris Seirinakis as a consultant based in the firm’s Shanghai office. Seirinakis will work as a key member of the team providing shipping and energy expertise in Shanghai.
Seirinakis has extensive experience as an international commercial lawyer, both in-house and in private practice. He has a strong focus in dry shipping and, in particular, contentious matters.
Prior to joining Ince & Co, Seirinakis worked as in-house counsel in an international energy conglomerate in Hong Kong, where he handled a wide range of shipping matters, upstream oil and gas transactions, as well as other general commercial matters.
Before that, Seirinakis worked for an international shipping law firm where he advised shipowners, charterers, P&I Clubs, and commodities traders in respect of maritime and international trade-related disputes, many of which involved international litigation and arbitration proceedings.
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