He moved to Asia in 1992 and now has over twenty five years’ experience in the region, advising ship owners and their insurers on their maritime casualties. As a qualified Master Mariner, he speaks and understands the language of mariners and those involved in the shipping industry, and has a holistic understanding of maritime operations and marine investigations.
Harry specialises in all aspects of Admiralty law including collision; salvage, total loss and wreck removal; pollution; fire and explosion; cargo shift, loss and damage; and general average. He has been involved in several of the most serious maritime incidents in Asia.
LAUDED AS "ONE OF THE VERY FEW REAL SPECIALISTS IN ADMIRALTY WORK”
Professional Associations & Memberships
> Law Society of England and Wales
> Fellow of the Nautical Institute
What you may not know about Harry
Harry is a keen sailor and owns a Colin Archer steel ketch
Chambers Asia – Singapore – Shipping International (Litigation): Band 1 recognition for 2017-2020