A boutique law firm that can be trusted to take care of what is most important to you.

Plain talking & pragmatic

We exist to understand what it is that our clients really care about most.

We are proud to have an incredibly dedicated team of specialist and experienced lawyers who always adopt a can do attitude and are available 24/7.

Our ethos

It's really quite simple. We believe in developing partnerships with our clients so that we can understand what is most important to them and be trusted to take care of their best interests. We are committed to plain talking, taking a pragmatic, commercial approach to the work that we do and acting with integrity and honesty.

Our approach

We are not your typical law firm. We follow no preset notion of what a law firm should look like, operate like or act like. We put a lot of effort into ensuring that we provide the highest quality service to our clients in an environment that is professionally and personally rewarding.

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We provide specialist legal advice to a wide range of businesses and business people primarily involved in the shipping, logistics and international trade sectors. 

Critical to our ethos and approach is working in partnership with our clients to truly understand what is most important to them, enabling us to deliver outstanding value when we take care of their best interests.

 

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We are committed to sharing our expertise and knowledge as well as keeping you up to date with all our news. If you're looking for expert comment across any of our practice areas, have any other media enquiries or to find out more about our news stories, please contact Carol Stovin.

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MYTON LAW TAKE TO THE BRIDGE

Shipping lawyers from Humber-based Myton Law were put through their paces at a maritime training session at the Modal Training facility in Immingham at the heart of the UK’s largest port network on July 10.

Maersk Tangier – Part 2 – Court of Appeal keeps it simple

As promised, this is the second legal update on the Maersk Tangier case, considering the package limitation issues raised in the case. Briefly, the question was whether details on the face of a waybill recording the number of tuna loins as the number of “PCS” shipped, could constitute the number of “packages or units” for limitation purposes.

Carrier issues waybill but Court of Appeal says the contract of carriage was “covered by a bill of lading”. Go figure… (Maersk Tangier – Part 1)

It is a testament to the ingenuity (and, cynics might say, powers of self preservation) of English law and lawyers that in certain circumstances the effect of the law can actually be entirely contrary to what it would on first glance, appear. By way of illustration, this article considers one of the issues considered in the Maersk Tangier case (AP Moller-Maersk A/S trading as Maersk Line v Kyokuyo Limited [2018] EWCA Civ 778).