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Best Lawyers International (UK) recommends Ince Co for Commodities, Insurance, Litigation and Shipping

News / / Best Lawyers International (UK) recommends Ince Co for Commodities, Insurance, Litigation and Shipping

The third Edition of Best Lawyers in the UK recognises 21 Ince lawyersInce Co lawyers have been selected by their peers for inclusion in the Third Edition of Best Lawyers in the United Kingdom in the practice areas of Commodities, Insurance, Litigation and Shipping LawCommoditiesStuart Shepherd - Commodities - PhysicalsInsurance LawSimon Cooper - Insurance LawnbspAllan Hepworth - Insurance Law ReinsuranceJan Heuvels - Insurance Law ReinsuranceChris Jefferis - Insurance LawPeter Rogan - Insurance Law- ReinsuranceSimon Todd - Insurance Law General Claims, Maritime, ReinsuranceLitigationSteven Fox Litigation and Shipping LawShipping LawStephen Askins - Shipping Law Casualty ResponseDavid Banks - Shipping LawPaul Billowes - Shipping LawNick Burgessnbsp- Shipping LawIan Chetwood - Shipping LawIan Cranston - Shipping LawSteven Fox - Litigation and Shipping LawPaul Herring - Shipping LawDean Norton - Shipping Law FinanceFaz Peermohamed - Shipping LawNick Shepherd - Shipping LawMichael Volikas - Shipping LawJames Wilson - Shipping LawInce Co lawyers in Germany and Greece have also been selected for inclusion in Best LawyersnbspInternational this year, in the practice areas of Arbitration and Mediation and MaritimenbspLawHamburgnbspnbsp Markus Eichhorst - Arbitration and MediationPiraeusJonathan Elvey - Maritime Law Shipping Insurance Law George Iatridis - Maritime Law Shipping Insurance Law Antonis Lagadianos - Maritime Law Shipping Finance Law and Shipping Litigation Robin Parry - Maritime Law Shipping Finance LawBest Lawyers is one of the oldest peer review guides to the legal profession worldwide Selection to Best Lawyers is based on a peer-review survey comprising confidential evaluations by lawyers

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