Interlegal offers free online shipping & trade conference

06 December 20222 min reading

Interlegal with the Black Sea Institute of maritime and trade law invites shipping & trade professionals to join Online Shipping & Trade Day. 

“We will discuss how the war in Ukraine and western sanctions will affect our industry and how to deal with growing uncertainty and adapt to global changes,”  the Ukrainian law firm said in a press release. “This conference is being carried out jointly with our partner Ince. Ince company provides us with kind support every year and we are deeply grateful for that.”

Here are the details:

Participation: Free

Date: 8 of December 12:00 (Kiev time)


- the impact of sanctions against Russia on shipping and trade contracts
- force-majeure
- how the Grain corridor initiative works and influences the market


Arthur Nitsevych, Partner at Interlegal
Richard Faint, ex-GAFTA qualified arbitrator (trade & maritime cases), FOSFA arbitrator, the International Arbitration of Paris member and the London Maritime Arbitrators Association (LMAA) associated member, arbitrator at the London Court. International arbitration


Ester Toumpouris, Partner (Solicitor of England & Wales) at INCE
Julian Clark, Partner (Solicitor of England & Wales) at INCE
Jean-Philippe Maslin, Partner/Associate at RICHEMONT DELVISO
Dr. Axel Boes, Partner at Koch Boes
Mykola Gorbachov, President at Ukrainian Grain Association
Gennadiy Ivanov, Co-founder at BPG SHIPPING (UAE - UKRAINE )
Olena Neroba, Business development manager at Maxigrain, Partner at Trend&Hedge Club
Alexander Khromov, Project manager at Informall B.G.
Daniil Melnichenko, Data analyst at Informall B.G.

Here is the link to the event program:


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