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Ince & Co contribute to International Comparative Legal Guide to Shipping Law 2018

News / / Dubai

We are pleased to announce that Ince & Co contributed the UAE chapter to the recently published International Comparative Legal Guide (ICLG) to Shipping Law 2018.

The chapter has been authored by Mohamed El Hawawy (Partner), Sheridan Steiger (Senior Associate) and Anna Fomina (Practice Development Lawyer).

The chapter includes sections on:

>  Marine casualty

>  Cargo claims

>  Passenger claims

>  Arrest and security

>  Evidence

>  Procedure

>  Foreign judgements and awards

>  Updates and developments

The chapter can be viewed online here or if you would like to receive a free copy of the chapter in PDF, please send an email to dubai.marketing@incelaw.com.

Mohamed El Hawawy

Mohamed El Hawawy Joint Managing Partner, Dubai

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