Logistics and transport
The growing network of logistics companies and the addition of new types of services pose new legal challenges for the industry. Just-in-time deliveries, value-added services and 3PL are dominating the market.
We have developed and negotiated complex logistics contracts for major commercial enterprises that go far beyond the traditional warehousing contracts.
Trucking remains the predominant mode of transport in central Europe. For many years, we have represented major insurers in litigation arising from land transport throughout Europe, including defending claims for damages and enforcing their rights of recourse.
Our knowledge of law governing air transport, inland waterways and railways complements our expertise in this particular field.
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