Maritime

Maritime transport and trade is a global business, which accounts for upwards of 75% of major commercial transactions. The two sub-sectors of maritime law branch into ‘wet shipping’ which relates to marine specific incidents or issues that arise during voyage such as salvage, accidents, collision, towage and general average, whereas ‘dry shipping’ relates to all other matters such as contracts, charter agreements, funding and construction of ships, port and harbor infrastructure.

 

At MAK & Associates, our maritime lawyers are highly skilled across the full spectrum of maritime and shipping law, all working closely together to prevent and resolve our clients problems in the industry. With the constant growth of international trade, it makes this industry especially susceptible to disputes and are regularly required to support our clients in the following:

  • Litigation & Dispute Resolution
  • Corporate Insurance Claims
  • Arbitration
  • Regulatory & Compliance
  • General Commercial Advisory
  • Emergencies
  • Negotiation
  • Self-elevated Fixed Platform
  • Maritime Traffic Coordination Centers
  • Ship Building
  • Ship Finance & Mortgage
  • Equipment Sale & Financing
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Employment Matters
  • Contract Draft & Review
  • Public Private Partnerships (PPP)

Our ability to handle maritime advisory and dispute resolution in a cohesive manner has proven to be a real benefit to our clients in this sector. While keeping up to international shipping standards, our team responds to differing client requirements whether they are ship builders and yards, port developers, governmental entities, chartering companies, cargo interests, P&I clubs, brokers, insurers and banks.

 

For further information on Maritime in the UAE, Call Us at 04 336 8833 or visit our NEWS section to read more on this topic.

Maritime transport and trade is a global business, which accounts for upwards of 75% of major commercial transactions. The two sub-sectors of maritime law branch into ‘wet shipping’ which relates to marine specific incidents or issues that arise during voyage such as salvage, accidents, collision, towage and general average, whereas ‘dry shipping’ relates to all other matters such as contracts, charter agreements, funding and construction of ships, port and harbor infrastructure.

 

At MAK & Associates, our maritime lawyers are highly skilled across the full spectrum of maritime and shipping law, all working closely together to prevent and resolve our clients problems in the industry. With the constant growth of international trade, it makes this industry especially susceptible to disputes and are regularly required to support our clients in the following:

 

  • Litigation & Dispute Resolution
  • Corporate Insurance Claims
  • Arbitration
  • Regulatory & Compliance
  • General Commercial Advisory
  • Emergencies
  • Negotiation
  • Self-elevated Fixed Platform
  • Maritime Traffic Coordination Centers
  • Ship Building
  • Ship Finance & Mortgage
  • Equipment Sale & Financing
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Employment Matters
  • Contract Draft & Review
  • Public Private Partnerships (PPP)

 

Our ability to handle maritime advisory and dispute resolution in a cohesive manner has proven to be a real benefit to our clients in this sector. While keeping up to international shipping standards, our team responds to differing client requirements whether they are ship builders and yards, port developers, governmental entities, chartering companies, cargo interests, P&I clubs, brokers, insurers and banks.

 

For further information on Maritime in the UAE, Call Us at 04 336 8833 or visit our NEWS section to read more on this topic.

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