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In the early 1990s, we became one of the first international firms to open an office in Piraeus. Our aim was to bring our practice to the heart of Greek shipping and to offer our clients a local service and on-site support.
Our objective is to continue adding value to our clients’ businesses. We provide the highest standard of representation and have cultivated enduring and far-reaching relationships with leading industry participants from across the maritime sector.
We are committed to maintaining our position as market leaders, evolving our practice and strengthening our presence in the Greek maritime sector.
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News / Court dismisses financing bank’s misdelivery claim for lack of title to sue
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