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.
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.
Meeting the specialist legal needs of the shipping, rail & logistics sectors.
Led by highly experienced lawyers with national reputations in their fields, we have a strong team of bright professionals providing first class legal knowledge and commercial acumen to give you the best advice.
With experienced and specialist lawyers we can deal with every kind of shipping problem our clients are likely to face.
Our specialist rail law team is able to advise on the full spectrum of railway matters based on industry experience.
We provide a specialist and integrated legal service to the renewables sector on a wide range of issues.
Our real estate lawyers help companies and individuals by providing sound commercial legal advice on all aspects of commercial property law and transactions.
Working closely with the marine and non-marine insurance markets we advise and assist on a wide range of issues.
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Yorkshire’s specialist shipping, rail and transport law firm Myton Law has advised Hull-based Mimir Marine on a contract for the urgent supply of a port-side hyperbaric reception facility to Baku, Azerbaijan.
The UK Arbitration Act is 25 years old. The UK Law Commission (the statutory independent body created to keep the law under review and, where necessary recommend reform) is to review it.
This matter – all about passage planning and seaworthiness, has finally been decided by the Supreme Court.