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Asia-Pacific Bangladesh Shipping

Shipping & maritime litigation involves breach of charter-party disputes, cargo and bills of lading claims, the arrest of vessels and cargoes, marine insurance claims, collision, salvage and environmental liabilities. On the non-contentious side, law firms advise on contractual arrangements for construction, financing and registration of vessels, customs and licensing, and documentation relating to charter-parties and bills of lading. Related matters concerning offshore platforms may also be included.

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  1. Dr Kamal Hossain & Associates
    Shipping
    2023 | Spotlight |
    Dr Kamal Hossain & Associates houses an outstanding corporate and commercial law practice in Bangladesh. The firm regularly advises clients on high-value cross-border transactions and offers expertise in a wide range of M&A, corporate restructuring, capital markets, employment, insurance and tax matters, as well as banking regulatory matters. The team is especially active on project financing and development mandates and advises both international and domestic clients from a variety of sectors. The firm also provides a range of both contentious and non-contentious IP and shipping services.
  2. Rahman's Chambers
    Rahman's Chambers
    Shipping
    2023 | Spotlight |
    Rahman's Chambers has a specialist shipping law practice in Bangladesh, covering the full scope of maritime issues including ship arrests, marine insurance, bills of lading and admiralty. The team is also active on collision cases, often representing international P&I clubs and shipping companies. The practice is additionally recognised in areas such as business formation, M&A and employment matters, alongside energy, infrastructure and real estate matters. Advocates at the firm are knowledgeable on restructuring and insolvency procedures. Notable clients advised by the firm include the likes of Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association, Prantik Marine Services and Global One International Logistics.
  3. Orr, Dignam & Co
    Shipping
    2023 | Spotlight