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Siano & Martins Advogados Associados

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Managing Partners: Luiz Roberto Leven Siano, Fabiana Simões Martins
Senior Partners: Luiz Roberto Leven Siano, Fabiana Simões Martins
Number of partners: 2
Number of other lawyers: 10

Contacts
Shipping: Luiz Roberto Leven Siano, Fabiana Simões Martins and Marcos Simões Martins

Firm Overview:
Siano & Martins Advogados Associados is a law firm, that offers personalised service and direct contact between the main partners and its clients. The team of lawyers renders specialised, updated and dynamic legal services in maritime law, which is its core activity, providing advice and legal counsel for litigation when needed.

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Shipping:
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Shipping: Through a strong commitment to represent the interests of P&I Clubs and their respective Members, the firm has developed a relationship of mutual trust and confidence, establishing the foundations to offer solutions and high levels of dedication.

International Work:
International work is inherent to the firm’s core area of practice and it can involve different jurisdictions, laws and conventions, depending on the flag of the vessels involved, the nationality of the crew, the jurisdiction of the contracts and a number of other factors. International work also includes visiting clients abroad and providing seminars on topics such as oil pollution, handling claims, criminal liability, inquiries and procedures at the Maritime Court.

P&I Clubs, international law firms in London and Asia, underwriters in Japan, Shipowner Associations in Germany and Hong Kong and the Maritime Law Association in New York are some of the institutions that have housed such seminars.

Languages:
English, Portuguese, Spanish.

Clients:
The firm has as its major clients, Members of P&I Clubs by appointment through direct referral from the respective P&I Club, shipowners, foreign governments, banks (ship financing) and classification societies.