Arthe Law’s shipping practice includes the entire gamut of legal issues arising out of international trade, ship arrest, personal injury, crew disputes, P&I settlements, maritime arbitrations and enforcement actions.The team, led by an Of Counsel with over 30 years’ experience, also has expertise in advising on the commercial and legal aspects of setting up and development of ports, dry/wet shipping, crisis management, chartering, financing of ships, marine insurance underwriting, dredging and broking. Our team has a deep understanding of the market dynamics as we work with a network of professionals involved in the global shipping industry, including ship owners/charterers, P&I Clubs, Banks, Shipyards, Marine Insurance Underwriters, Governmental Agencies & Brokers.
With a keen business sense added to legal advice, our experts have worked with all stakeholders of the global shipping industry.
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