Surprising perspectives, go off the beaten track and come up with innovative solutions.

Obviously, we know all the tried and tested answers to the most common issues. But we do not stop there. In our commitment to producing the best results, we are not afraid to offer surprising perspectives, go off the beaten track and come up with innovative solutions.

When it comes to litigious and non-litigious issues relating to transport and international trade, our team is a field leader. This dedicated team of lawyers deals in an integrated way with shipping accidents and other cases regarding ports, terminals, transportation, offshore, shipbuilding and financing, aviation and logistics. Clients also include local and higher authorities, banks and insurance companies.

The multidisciplinary team combines top-class legal expertise with in-depth knowledge of the markets and industry sectors our clients operate in. Keeping this knowledge up to date is a number-one priority. It enables the team to rapidly identify new developments and analyse their legal impact. With an extensive portfolio of services, the practice group offers corporate solutions to every legal challenge.

Comprising specialists from all walks of life and boasting diverse skills, our team sets prizes the cultivation of an environment in which each member is free to develop their individual strengths to the fullest. We are committed to getting the best out of our people, so we can deliver the best results for our clients.

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Judgment of Amsterdam Court of Appeal relevant for shipping finance

28 Feb 2020 | Blog

Can a holder of a disclosed pledge rely on a choice of forum agreed between pledgor and debtor?

Coronavirus outbreak: brief guidance for shipping, aviation, and transport & trade

11 Feb 2020 | Blog

Our Transport & Trade team provides some brief guidance for these industries

Burden of proof remains with ship owner in proving terminal operator liability

20 Dec 2019 | Blog

A recent decision by the Rotterdam District Court upheld the standard of liability established in Dutch case law.