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Top 10 maritime lawyers 2019

As part of our 2019 Top 100 most influential people in shipping series, we look at the very best legal minds across maritime law, including arbitration, major and/or novel transactions, and M&As

Top 100 People Law

Shipbuilding executive cleared in US fraud case

Jean Boustani, a salesman for Privinvest, an Abu Dhabi-based shipbuilder, was acquitted of three counts of conspiracy to commit fraud and money laundering

Shipbuilding Law

UK maritime sector could benefit from OECD tax reforms

Lord Mountevans highlighted some progress in the area of finance that was singled out as the one weak spot in the UK’s maritime professional business services offering in the Catching the Wave report authored by PwC and published by Maritime London during London International Shipping Week 2019

Europe United Kingdom

‘Rebooted’ Ince seeks Asian partnerships

‘Ince had not enjoyed terrific success in the three years before Gordon Dadds arrived. I would say the most difficult bit is managing the legacy,’ says chief executive Adrian Biles

International Law

Law firm opens shipping practice in Singapore

‘This is an area in which we already have strong capabilities in London, Australia and the US, and with the addition of this team and future hires in the pipeline, we expect to very quickly ascend to become one of the premier firms in the commodities and shipping space’ — chairman and global chief executive Mark Ruehlmann

Law Singapore

American Club will contest Munich Re conspiracy action

‘The American Club, its managers and their employees acted throughout in accordance with the rules of the club and most assuredly did not conspire to defraud Great Lakes or any other party,’ said American Club’s Mr Hughes

Insurance United States
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