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Meeting the specialist legal needs of the shipping, rail & logistics sectors.
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Working closely with the marine and non-marine insurance markets we advise and assist on a wide range of issues.
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Every shipping lawyer loves an arrest. It’s bold, usually fast-paced and what’s more, it actually involves a boat! Arresting a vessel is about as racy as shipping law gets.
Myton Law has been singled out as one of the top firms in Yorkshire and Humber for ‘Transport’ advice in the current edition of Legal 500.
This was an appeal from a judgement of Teare J in the Admiralty Court relating to a collision between the “EVER SMART” and the “ALEXANDRA 1”. The “EVER SMART” was heading outbound from Jebel Ali Port along a narrow dredged channel. Towards the end of the Channel, where the channel opens out into a pilot boarding area, she collided with the “ALEXANDRA 1”, which had approached the “EVER SMART” from a broadly (emphasis added) North West direction and was awaiting a pilot with a view to entering the narrow channel.