Transport issues continue to make their way to the top of business and political agendas across the globe. From the developing markets in Asia and Central Europe, to the mature economies of North America and Western Europe, governments have sought to increase competitiveness through the delivery of new or replacement transport infrastructure. Meanwhile, the business community has looked to the efficient movement of their human resources and supply chains to enhance profit margins and give service differentiation.
The efficient delivery of infrastructure projects and transportation services increasingly relies on the quality of relationships between public organisations and private businesses. It is only through identifying with both corporate and public sector objectives that we can soundly advise on the regulatory environment created by such partnerships.
We advise both governments and the private sector in relation to all aspects of the transport industry, specialising in rail, aviation, shipping, logistics and roads. Our knowledge of the structure and economics of these industries allows our lawyers to anticipate and advise on the widest range of legal issues. Our practice brings together an integrated team of lawyers who specialise in corporate, commercial, finance, tax, projects, construction, real estate, dispute resolution, competition and employment law.