Nearly twice as many jurisdictions are covered in this new 2nd edition of Shipping & International Trade Law.
It’s easy to use with each chapter being set out in such a way that you can make quick comparisons between the litigation terrain in each country, determining the differences between, for example, the rights of cargo interests to claim for cargo loss or damage in Italy and England.
The book is designed as a work of reference for lawyers engaged in
- International trade
- Shipping and related activities
- Such commodity trading houses
- Ship owners
- Trade finance banks
- Cargo and hull insurers
- P & I Clubs
The Shipping & International Trade Law title will provide you with some initial guidance which will provide focus when seeking advice and involvement of foreign courts.
- General Counsel
Angola João Afonso Fialho & José Miguel Oliveira Miranda Correia Amendoeira & Associados in association with Fátima Freitas Advogados
Argentina Fernando Ramón Ray & Alejandro José Ray Edye, Roche, De La Vega & Ray
Australia Geoff Farnsworth & Natalie Puchalka Holding Redlich
Canada Douglas G. Schmitt Alexander Holburn Beaudin + Lang LLP
China Chen Xiangyong & Wang Hongyu Wang Jing & Co
Cyprus Vassilis Psyrras, Andreas Christofides & Costas Stamatiou Andreas Neocleous & Co LLC
Denmark Johannes Grove Nielsen Bech-Bruun
England & Wales David Lucas, Jeff Isaacs & David Pitlarge Hill Dickinson LLP
Finland Ulla von Weissenberg & Linda Ojanen Attorneys at Law Borenius Ltd LLP
France Laurent Garrabos BCW & Associés
Germany Jobst von Werder & Ingo Gercke REMÉ Rechtsanwälte
Greece Maria Moisidou Hill Dickinson International
Hong Kong Damien Laracy & Michael Ng Laracy & Co and Mike Mallin Hill Dickinson Hong Kong LLP
India Prashant S. Pratap, Senior Advocate
Indonesia Juni Dani Budidjaja & Associates
Israel Amir Cohen-Dor S Friedman & Co
Italy Paolo Manica & Michele Mordiglia Studio Legale Mordiglia
Japan Tetsuro Nakamura, Tomoi Sawaki & Minako Ikeda Yoshida & Partners
Malta Dr Ann Fenech & Dr Adrian Attard Fenech and Fenech Advocates
Mexico Enrique Garza, Roger Rodriguez & Ramiro Besil Garza Tello & Asociados SC
Mozambique João Afonso Fialho & Sofia Paramés Miranda Correia Amendoeira & Associados in association with Pimenta Dionísio & Associados
The Netherlands Wilbert ten Braak, Rene van Leeuwen, Hans Posthumus Meyjes & Elisabeth TA Naaykens Hampe Meyjes advocaten
Nigeria Emmanuel Achukwu The Campbell Law Firm
Panama Jorge Loaiza III Arias, Fabrega & Fabrega
Peru Percy Urday Moncloa, Vigil, Del Rio & Urday
Poland Slawomir Nowicki, Alina Luczak, Katarzyna Bielarczyk & Agnieszka Nowicka Wybranowski Nowicki Law Office
Portugal João Afonso Fialho & José Miguel Oliveira Miranda Correia Amendoeira & Associados
Russia Elena Popova Sokolov, Maslov & Partners
Singapore Raghunath Peter Doraisamy Selvam LLC
South Africa Shane Dwyer & Jennifer Finnigan Shepstone & Wylie
South Korea Byung-Suk Chung Kim & Chang
Spain Verónica Meana Larrucea & Santiago López-Caravaca Boluda Meana Green Maura & Co
Turkey Zihni Bilgehan & Emre Ersoy Ersoy Bilgehan Lawyers and Consultants
Ukraine Alexander Kifak & Artyom Volkov ANK Law Office
United Arab Emirates Adrian Chadwick & Raymond Kisswany Hadef & Partners
United States John Kimball & Emma Jones Blank Rome LLP
- CONTRACTS OF CARRIAGE
- GENERAL AVERAGE
- POLLUTION AND THE ENVIRONMENT
- SECURITY AND ARREST
- CONTRACTS OF SALE OF GOODS
Upon the merger with Middleton Potts on 1 July 2009, David was appointed partner and head of the firm’s commodity group.
David was a founding partner of Middleton Potts and had been its senior partner since 2001.
For the first few years after qualifying, David worked in a broad range of areas for commercial clients. However, for many years he has focused principally on his current specialities of commodities and trade finance, shipping and international trade.
He has developed a wide client base, including commodity trading houses, bankers engaged in trade finance, insurers and shipowners and operators throughout the world.
In addition, David regularly advises arbitrators appointed to determine disputes conducted under the auspices of a num