Chambers Global 2017 Ranks Blank Rome Attorneys and Shipping Litigation PracticeRanking
Chambers Global 2017 recognized Blank Rome LLP as a global leader in Shipping: Litigation, as well as Partners Anthony B. Haller and John D. Kimball for their industry knowledge and leading practices.
Regarding Blank Rome’s shipping litigation capabilities, Chambers Global notes the Firm has an “excellent U.S.-based shipping litigation practice, handling an array of complex disputes both domestically and internationally. Strong capabilities in shipping company bankruptcies and restructurings, as well as casualties and related investigations. Also offers a wealth of experience in maritime arbitration. The group's impressive client list includes international owners, operators, shipyards, charterers, P&I clubs and financial institutions.” Chambers reports that clients “praise the group highly, stating that ‘they have the depth for anything you need,’ and ‘the service is always prompt and efficient.’”
On Blank Rome’s recognized attorneys, Chambers Global 2017 states:
|Anthony Haller “is held in high regard for his handling of complex disputes, including trade secret and unfair competition litigation. Interviewees describe him as a ‘very good problem solver’ who is ‘very skilled at coming up with solutions and positive outcomes in complex situations.’”|
|John Kimball “is very knowledgeable and is a very thorough and strong advocate.”|
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