Shipping Dispute Resolution

Our Shipping Dispute Resolution team has many years of experience assisting clients with commercial disputes in the shipping sector, specifically relating to shipbuilding and ship conversion contracts, and construction/upgrade contracts for production vessels.

Our lawyers are skilled in handling high-value, complex heavyweight international disputes. We provide clients with an early assessment of disputes, as well as matters that might become contentious, and are focused on developing an appropriate and cost-effective dispute resolution strategy for them. We are familiar with the conduct of all forms of dispute resolution, including High Court litigation and international commercial arbitration and mediation, as well as actions to enforce arbitral awards. We also advise on obtaining appropriate security.

We regularly conduct international commercial arbitrations under all major international arbitration rules and in all the leading arbitration centers around the world. Our lawyers have conducted arbitrations in London, Paris, Geneva, Singapore and Hong Kong amongst others under the LMAA, UNCITRAL, ICC, LCIA, and SCMA Rules.

Our team relies on its strong links with overseas lawyers in key jurisdictions around the world, allowing us to effectively manage cross-jurisdictional elements of the disputes we handle.

Getting the Deal Through 2018 - Shipbuilding

Getting The Deal Through – Shipbuilding 2018: England and Wales

Getting the Deal Through – Shipbuilding is part of the series of Getting the Deal Through law guides published by Law Business Research that provide an overview of specialist areas of the law in a variety of international jurisdictions. It is published annually and the seventh edition, published in May 2018, covers 13 jurisdictions.

Recognition

Legal 500 2018

Haynes and Boone CDG Improves Rankings in Legal 500 UK 2019

Haynes and Boone CDG was again recognized in the 2019 United Kingdom edition of The Legal 500, published by Legalease. The firm improved its rankings in Oil and Gas and Shipping and also was ranked among recommended law firms in International Arbitration.

Growth

Mark Johnson

Maritime Finance Lawyer Mark Johnson Joins Haynes and Boone

Mark Johnson, a transactional lawyer and former naval officer and ship captain, has joined Haynes and Boone as a London partner in the firm’s Shipping Practice Group.

Email Disclaimer