The shipping business is cyclical, moving between periods of high vessel values and freight rates and periods of downturn. Our global shipping team has served clients through every phase of the business cycle and can help you find a fresh perspective on every dispute, crisis, contract and negotiation.
We look for solutions to legal issues using experience, pragmatism and international expertise. Through effective project management, we are able to deliver clear commercial advice and certainty over costs.
We advise clients from around the world on all aspects of international trade, including the buyers and sellers of goods, ship owners and charterers and their insurers and banks.
Our experience extends beyond seafaring to finance, insurance, oil trading, logistics and multi-modal transport.
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