International law firm Hill Dickinson LLP has announced its London yacht team has returned to the heart of London’s superyachting hub in the West End of London. The team of 20 will be operating out of 105 Jermyn Street in St James’s, commencing Monday 26 January.

The firm’s yacht team is acknowledged as a market leader in the provision of legal services to the yacht and superyacht industry, routinely advising yacht owners, family offices, brokers, managers, designers and builders in relation to sale and purchase contracts, construction agreements, insurance and financing.

Internationally, the yacht team services the firm’s substantial base of clients operating across the world. In the Asia-Pacific region Hill Dickinson has built a strong presence servicing its shipping clients with offices in both Singapore and Hong Kong. The firm’s established European offices in Piraeus and Monaco support the specialist yacht markets in Greece and the Principality.

For a fifth consecutive year, the yacht team will be represented at this year’s Singapore Yacht Show.

For further information, please contact:

Lisa Jacobs, Elaborate Communications Tel: +44 (0)1296 682104

Roberta Simpson, Hill Dickinson Tel: +44 (0)151 600 8579

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