Infrastructure and Transport
The continuous growth of mobility demand plays a major impact on the nature and form of the transport and infrastructure industry. Transportation has undergone a remarkable transformation during the past years, as prior to modern times, the biggest operators in the sector were owned by the state and operated on principles with limited concern for the end users.
Globalization has determined local markets to open to new operators who can now freely determine the quality and quantity of their services, as well as being able to set their own pricing policies. Even if privatization had a major positive impact, actors within this industry must comply with strict regulations imposed by both International and local authorities.
We counsel our clients and offer a valuable set of corporate crime law services to help them meet their goals and be profitable while contributing to the development of an interconnected transportation network. We respond to our clients’ legal needs promptly, deploying innovative and workable pragmatic solutions adapted to their business environment.
We provide extensive defense services against corporate crimes to air carriers, leasing companies, international air and ocean freight forwarders and highway carriers, as well as warehouse and logistics services providers. We also advise manufacturers, logistic insurance companies, producers, exporters and importers moving globally, whether by air, water, rail, truck or inter-modally.