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Shipping - Malaysia
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Projects, Infrastructure & Energy
Admiralty and Maritime Litigation and Arbitration involving transportation and insurance; marine cargo and hull claims; maritime receivership; maritime mortgage foreclosures; maritime casualty, salvage and collision claims; vessel construction; maritime lien and mortgages; admiralty arrest of vessels and judicial sale of vessels. Vessel acquisition, registration and deregistration. Marine environment and admiralty /maritime regulation and advisory. Represented, a wide range of maritime interests, including carriers, ship owners, charterers, P & I clubs, insurers, cargo interest, shipyards, financial; institutions, oil and gas multinationals, container terminal operators, freight forwarders and logistic companies before all levels of Malaysian Courts (of first instance and appellate) and in arbitrations, domestic and international.
Recognised by Asialaw Leading Lawyers 2021- a "Distinguished Practitioner" for Shipping; Chambers Asia Pacific 2014-2021- a "Leading Individual" for Shipping, The Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2016-2021- a "Leading Lawyer" for Shipping; Expert Guides 2017 and 2018 - ranked as an expert in Malaysia for Shipping practice.
•Shipping and Admiralty Law Committee of the Malaysian Bar
•Fellow of the CIArb
•London Court of International Arbitration
Since 2008, the sole contributor of legal articles from Malaysia on Shipping and Transport Law to the International Law Office’s Legal Newsletter.
Shearn Delamore & Co