Rahayu Partnership on 2021 Chambers’ Shipping in Malaysia Legal Ranking

Rahayu Partnership on 2021 Chambers’ Shipping in Malaysia Legal Ranking

Rahayu Partnership on 2021 Chambers' Shipping in Malaysia Legal Ranking

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As a boutique Maritime Law Firm in Malaysia, Rahayu Partnership is officially ranked on 2021 Chambers’ Shipping in Malaysia Legal Ranking Page

“Specialist maritime practice which represents the full gamut of clients, including ship owners, charterers, P&I clubs, insurers and banks. Frequently represents clients in disputes relating to vessel arrests, oil spills, contract of carriage and collisions. Also advises on maritime insurance and transactional matters in the shipping sector.”

“Rahayu Abd Ghani often represents clients in shipping disputes before the courts, as well as advising on transactions. An interviewee commends her “ability to communicate clearly with attention to detail.”

(source: chamber.com)

By Rahayu Partnership, Malaysia
Law Firm Website: www.rahayupartnership.com


Rahayu Partnership is a boutique law firm specializing largely in admiralty, marine insurance and general and commercial litigation work. The firm is part of the Joseph Tan Jude Benny (JTJB) Global Network and this unique association with JTJB has made us the most dynamic and progressive maritime law firm in Malaysia, exporting our skills and services to the world. Our firm has considerable expertise in both contentious and non-contentious aspects of shipping law, advising on matters ranging from ship arrest and release, collision, charter parties, sale & purchase of ships, cargo claims to marine casualties and from admiralty processes to insurance law.

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