Hill Dickinson’s Marine Trade and Energy team announces promotions

Company Profiles, Corporate Social Responsibility, HR, Legal — By on October 17, 2013 at 11:15 AM
Kamal Mukhi

Kamal Mukhi

Hill Dickinson is pleased to announce the promotion of Kamal Mukhi of its commodities team to the position of Legal Director, with effect from 1 October, 2013.

In addition, seven members of its highly successful marine, trade and energy team have been promoted to the position of Associate. They include: Rebecca Maddison (shipping), Francesco Tundo (shipping) and Fedra Koulle (PI Regulatory) in the London City office and Alex Teji of the London yachts team; Timon Karamanos (shipping) based in Piraeus and Richard Allingham (cargo and logistics) in our Manchester office.

Maria Pittordis

Maria Pittordis

Maria Pittordis, marine trade and energy business leader, welcomed the new Associates and Legal Director: “At Hill Dickinson we are fortunate to have so much talent in our marine, trade and energy teams. It has helped us achieve and maintain the firm’s high standing in the field and these promotions reflect the hard work and commitment of our lawyers across our offices both in the UK and overseas.”

· Hill Dickinson traces its roots back to 1810 and represented the owners of the Titanic and Lusitania.
· With more than 190 partners and 1, 400 people, the firm serves its client base from nine worldwide locations including Monaco, Piraeus, Hong Kong and Singapore, in addition to its UK offices.
· Hill Dickinson works with clients across the entire breadth of the marine sector including leading ship owners, cruise and ferry operators, charterers, shipyards, P&I clubs, port and terminal operators, underwriters, traders, salvors, the energy/offshore sector and the cargo, logistics and warehousing industries. The firm also works with shippers, traders, commodities end-users and trade associations such as GAFTA and the RSA, as well as specialist yacht finance houses and banks, owners and borrowers.

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