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Since opening in 2001 the office has grown rapidly. Our lawyers advise on both contentious and transactional matters across the firm's core business areas of aviation, business & finance, commercial disputes, energy & offshore, insurance & reinsurance, international trade and shipping.

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Our lawyers have not only an excellent depth of knowledge and wealth of experience but also enjoy a top reputation,

“...PERCEIVED AS ‘SUPERB ACROSS THE BOARD’, FEATURING SEVEN ENGLISH LAWYERS AND TWO ENGLISH-QUALIFIED PARTNERS.” LEGAL 500

We offer the services of qualified German Rechtsanwälte along with English lawyers providing advice to both domestic clients and international clients and are the only international shipping law firm in Germany practising both English and German law.

Our clients include shipping companies, financial institutions, brokers, charterers, investment houses, funds, trading companies, engineering companies, energy providers, insurers, traders, pilots, yards, ship managers, shippers and agents.

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Hamburg Office

Ince & Co Germany LLP

Grosse Elbstrasse 47
Hamburg
22767
Germany

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