Logistics Law

We understand the way both domestic and international trade operate, from the perspective of the seller and of the buyer as well as those who help get the goods from A to B, in whatever capacity, for example carriers, forwarders, warehouse keepers or terminal operators.

  • Logistics contracts;
  • Carriage of goods by sea, rail, air and road (including CMR)
  • Transit agreements;
  • Multi-modal transport disputes including freight forwarders rights and obligations;
  • Warehouse agreements;
  • Transport chain agreements such as exclusive distribution agreements, port agency agreements, carriage terms;
  • Ports & terminals;
  • Domestic and international sales & purchase terms;
  • International trade;
  • Regulatory;
  • Insurance;
  • Customs;
  • Dispute resolution