International Commercial Law Firm
Ince & Co LLP
1601 Nanjing (W) Road, Jing An District
+86 21 61571212
+86 21 61703922
Law Firm Overview
We are an international commercial law firm with offices in Beijing, Dubai, Hamburg, Hong Kong, Le Havre, London, Monaco, Paris, Piraeus, Shanghai and Singapore.
Our clients range from major international corporations to smaller companies, sole traders and private individuals. We practise English, French, German, Greek, Hong Kong and PRC law. Ince & Co Singapore has entered into a Formal Law Alliance, the Ince Law Alliance, with local law practice Incisive Law LLC. Members of Incisive Law provide Singapore law advice and represent clients in both the Singapore Courts and in domestic and international arbitrations.
We have seven core business areas: aviation, business & finance, commercial disputes, energy & offshore, insurance & reinsurance, international trade and shipping.
Much of our business is contentious and we have significant expertise in international commercial disputes. At the same time our lawyers provide clients with advice on a wide range of non-contentious matters including contracts, corporate issues, employment, finance and property.
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Articles Published by Ince & Co LLP
Taking a tenancy of airport real estate may at first appear little different to leasing any other type of commercial property. This article highlights some of the traps that may occur.Read Article
We consider how the recast Brussels Regulation is aimed at reinforcing exclusive jurisdiction agreements within the EU.Read Article
Why the one-year old Jackson civil litigation reforms need to be taken seriously by everyone involved in English litigation, including parties, experts and lawyers.Read Article
A review of three recent decisions dealing with a ship manager’s right of arrest under Hong Kong law.Read Article
The Equality Bill received Royal Assent on 8 April 2010 and became the Equality Act 2010. Under the Social Security (Medical Evidence) Regulations 2010, with effect from 6 April 2010, the traditional sick note will be replaced with a ‘fit note'.Read Article
At the time of writing the shipping and marine insurance industries are still trying to digest and understand the full ramifications of the US Presidential Order signed on April 13th 2010.Read Article
Is There a Claim where Wrongful Termination of a Contract Results in a Windfall for the Innocent Party? - UK
This case involved an appeal to the High Court from an arbitration award and related to the appropriate measure of damages recoverable by the owners as a result of the wrongful termination of a charterparty.Read Article
It is common for shipbuilding contracts to provide for a builder to be paid in installments at key points during the construction.Read Article
This decision of the Court of Appeal highlights the elements of a claim that charterers need to prove in order to succeed in an action against owners for breach of express warranty by the owners.Read Article
This recent decision of Mr Justice Hamblen in the Commercial Court provides further useful guidance on the measure of recoverable damages in breach of charterparty cases.Read Article
The Federal Supreme Court of the UAE has ruled in a recent case that the Ministry of Justice has the power to overturn any Court ruling which it deems to be “improper”.Read Article
The author looks at the key themes from 2009 and considers the development of the piracy phenomenon, the global response and the successes the industry has achieved in responding to acts of piracy and hijackings.Read Article
On 17 December 2009, the Rome I Regulation (EU Regulation 593/2008) on the law applicable to contractual obligations comes into force and will be directly applicable in all EU Member States with the exception of Denmark. It will apply to all contracts concluded as from 17 December 2009.Read Article
Humanitarian concerns aside,the economic need for a response is indisputable: 22,000 ships transit through the Gulf of Aden each year. Keeping that waterway free of obstructions is vital.Read Article
Unlike some other vacation schemes, the Ince & Co scheme offers potential trainees the opportunity to spend two weeks at Ince & Co doing real work. Successful candidates will be sitting with a Partner and will have a trainee to support them while they’re here. They’ll get the opportunity to work on real cases which could mean attending court and hearings, meeting clients, drafting correspondence and undertaking legal research.Read Article
International law firm Ince & Co is responding to market needs with the appointment of a team of experienced and respected Greek lawyers to its Piraeus office. The firm’s new Greek legal team comprises litigators and advocates George Iatridis and Dimitris Kapsis, together with Greek lawyers Dimitris Ghiomelakis and Donatos Apostolou. George Iatridis, together with Dimitris Kapsis, will join Ince & Co’s Piraeus office on 2 January 2009.Read Article
One of the Middle East's leading maritime business leaders today expressed confidence that the region's shipping industry is riding out the global economic storm. United Arab Emirates: Sunday, December 14 - 2008 Ince Al Jallaf & CoRead Article
Last night two members of our editorial & news team were delighted to attend a series of short presentations focusing on three different, but vitally important aspects of the superyacht industry, namely broking, crewing and registering with flag states at Ince & Co's 'Turning the dream into reality II' event in London.Read Article