Norton Rose Fulbright is a global law firm. We provide the world’s pre-eminent corporations and financial institutions with a full business law service. We have more than 3800 lawyers based in over 50 cities across Europe, the United States, Canada, Latin America, Asia, Australia, Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia.
Our market-leading shipping practice supports our clients in the shipping industry wherever they are and wherever their issues arise. We advise on the full range of shipping and offshore matters, from complex tax lease structures to anti-competitive actions and ship building disputes. We have worked with clients active in all areas of the shipping industry, including owners and operators, banks, trading houses, lessors, charterers, oil majors, LNG operators, brokers, ship builders, container shippers and cruise ship operators.
As the shipping industry become increasingly reliant on technology, the industry is also increasingly vulnerable to cyber security incidents. We have a global group of dedicated data protection and cyber lawyers advising clients in the shipping industry that operate in many corners of the world, each facing a unique set of data protection, privacy and cybersecurity concerns, ranging from attacks of e-commerce to unlawful interference with systems and equipment to theft of personal data, and from cyber incidents to government investigations and litigation. Advising clients across the globe affords us a 360-degree view of cyber issues that we leverage to provide advice that is holistic, informed and practical, and reflects industry and region specific risks
Riviera Maritime Media is a leading publisher and event organiser within the maritime and offshore markets.
Riviera’s magazines provide authoritative, detailed reviews and expert analysis of the key trends, technologies and international developments that senior technical and operational management in the shipping industry need to know about. Our international readership trust us to bring them intelligent commentary and detailed, unbiased reporting on the issues that affect their core business and strategic commercial decisions.
With hundreds of daily and weekly general news providers targeting the maritime industry, the sheer volume of information available has become impossible for today’s time-poor executives to digest. Our sector specific journals filter out the “noise” and instead provide insightful commentary on only the most important industry developments worldwide.
This is reflected in our approach to events, we filter out the noise, focus on the key issues, invite only the most authoritative speakers and pack the day with practical, insightful information.