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HFW

6TH FLOOR, 83 AKTI MIAOULI AND FLESSA STREET, 185 38 PIRAEUS, GREECE
Tel:
Work +30 210 429 3978
Fax:
Fax +30 210 429 3118
Web:
www.hfw.com
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HFW, Dimitris Exarchou, Piraeus, GREECE

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Dimitris Exarchou

Tel:
Work +30 210 429 3978
Email:
HFW

Work Department

Shipping and transport practice group.

Position

Partner; specialist in shipping, with particular emphasis on dispute resolution arising from charterparties, bills of lading, management agreements, groundings, salvage, general average, shipbuilding and ship sale and purchase contracts.

Career

Trained Bentleys, Stokes & Lowless, London; qualified 2001; assistant BSL 2001-2006; joined HFW Piraeus office 2006; partner 2010.

Languages

Bilingual in English and Greek.

Member

Law Society of England and Wales; Piraeus Bar Association; Piraeus Marine Club.


Greece

Shipping litigation

Within: Shipping litigation

HFW has a highly experiened team that is praised for its 'commercial sensitivity' and 'quality work'. Dimitri Vassos, who has an excellent reputation for dry and wet shipping claims, leads the practice, which also includes Dimitris Exarchou, who is noted for his expertise in dry shipping disputes. The firm acts for a mix of P&I clubs, owners, and lenders, and in particular has been very busy advising on dry disputes between borrowers and lenders.

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