Recently a Rotterdam court found reefer operator Seatrade and two of its directors guilty for illegal demolition of vessels. In light of this development, Nick Shaw and Natalia Debowska, ReedSmith, are attempting to explain the international law regarding the demolition of end-of-life vessels and provide their recommendations.
Nick Saw is Partner and Global Practice Group Leader at the Shipping Group of ReedSmith LLP based in London. Mr. Saw is an expert in Dry Shipping Litigation cases, LMAA, LCIA arbitrations, and Commercial Court and mediation work. He is a solicitor since 1992 and has also qualified in Hong Kong in 1992.
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