More than 80% of all shipping arbitrations are heard in London, according to HFW, dwarfing Asian rivals
Trio grow UK-based firm's Australia partner count to 32
Reed Smith partners join firm to launch commodities and shipping group with more hires in the pipeline.
Clyde & Co appoints key maritime, commodities and transport partner in Australia and adds marine partner to strengthen Scottish practice.
Firm expands service offering and appoints Hassans partner to setup the Ince Gibraltar shipping practice.
Firm launches Monaco office with hire of Ince team.
As London International Shipping Week kicks off news comes in that a Clyde & Co shipping team is disembarking to set up a their own boutique firm.
Maples Group expands global shipping finance team with the appointments of a number of strategic hires in Asia.
Norton Rose Fulbright highlights Maritime women as two of their own are appointed to leading roles in Canadian maritime law organizations.
Firm launching an office in Monaco with the hire of a team from Ince, though Gordon Dadds Group sees it differently.
Firm bolsters global marine and energy practice with hire of 12-strong team from Norton Rose Fulbright, following move by finance director.
HFW research shows London, which last week hosted a global international disputes week LIDW19, has 80 per cent share of global maritime arbitration market, despite Brexit fears.
The IMO legal committee convenes in London tomorrow for two days to tackle fraudulent vessel registrations and rogue national flag registries.
Spain is latest country to accede to IMO Cape Town Agreement on fishing vessel safety, helping a dangerous profession but more needed.
Firm hires marine cohort in further expansion in continental Europe with the opening of an office in Hamburg.
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