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Insured losses from the Canadian Wildfires continue to mount
26.05.2016 | Insurance & Reinsurance
Insured losses from the Canadian Wildfires continue to mount and reinsurers’ potential exposure increases in turn. Indeed, notifications to reinsurers have been put recently at Can$3 billion.
Ince & Co to open in Cologne with double partner hire
International law firm Ince & Co announces today the opening of a new office in Cologne, Germany, with the hire of two partners and two associates that specialise in the non-marine insurance and reinsurance markets.
Ince & Co continues to grow transactional offering with Piraeus partner appointment
16.05.2016 | Shipping
International law firm Ince & Co is pleased to announce the partner promotion of Ronan Le Dû in its Piraeus office. Ronan joined Ince & Co in 2006 and specialises in ship finance and other non-contentious shipping matters.
Supreme Court upholds bunker suppliers’ right to be paid where property did not pass
11.05.2016 | Shipping
PST Energy 7 Shipping LLC and another v. OW Bunker Malta Ltd and another (Res Cogitans)  UKSC 22. In a judgment handed down on 11 May 2016, the Supreme Court has upheld the Court of Appeal decision dated 22 October 2015.
Ince & Co bolsters transactional offering with London partner appointment
International law firm Ince & Co is pleased to announce the partner promotion of Mona Patel in its London office with effect from 1 May 2016. Mona joined Ince & Co in 2001 and specialises in corporate and commercial law.
Ince & Co announces the return of Faz Peermohamed
29.04.2016 | Shipping
International law firm Ince & Co announces today the return of Faz Peermohamed as partner and Global Head of Shipping. Faz had previously joined the Norwegian Hull Club as CEO, which was widely reported in the media.