Maritime Shipping / Transport Law
Maritime Shipping / Transport Law

The Firm's advice on all aspects of maritime law and in most foreign jurisdictions is recommended by the leading international legal guides.

“Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners’ practice is headed by counsel Vsevolod Baibak, who represents clients in the rail, maritime and aviation sectors in a broad range of disputes.”

“Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners represents clients in the rail, aviation and shipping industries on joint ventures, corporate and contentious matters.”

“Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners represents shipping, rail and aviation clients in litigation and arbitration; in acquisitions and joint ventures; and day-to-day operations.”
 “Egorov, Puginsky, Afanasiev & Partners has continued to provide legal assistance to the state-owned fishing company Arkhangelsk Trawler Fleet.”

“Dmitry Stepanov and Dimitry Afanasiev have considerable experience in this sector.”

“Within Shipping and transport, Russian law firm Egorov, Puginsky, Afanasiev & Partners acts for several of Russia’s transportation giants in contentious matters such as shipping arrests.”

“In aviation, the practice recently advised on high-profile airport acquisition and reconstruction projects.”

 “Egorov, Puginsky, Afanasiev & Partners' standing in the market is such that it is regularly instructed on the country’s highest-profile disputes. The firm operates a “huge” disputes practice that “fully deserves its enviable reputation”.

“It recently represented the Russian Federation as 100% owner of Archangelsk Trawler Fleet in maritime litigation in five countries relating to the misappropriation of Russian merchant marine vessels.”
 “This “prominent Russian firm” is viewed by sources as a remarkable player in the market, and its lawyers “always make sure they get the best result for their clients.” It also handles a volume of cases for the Russian government, which it recently represented in maritime litigation in multiple jurisdictions regarding the misappropriation of Russian trawlers.”