Anestis Dimitriadis
 
 
Anestis Dimitriadis was born in Alexandroupolis, Greece. He specializes on issues of shipping, transportation, commercial, insurance and corporate law with particular emphasis on international trade and carriage of goods disputes, establishment of Greek and foreign corporate entities. He has also focused on ship sale contracts, shipping finance, registration of ships and yachts in various jurisdictions, maritime casualties, transportation, whereas he has considerable experience on investment issues. He has also considerable experience in general civil law issues.
Anestis is a member of the litigation, shipping and transportation law team.
      
Anestis holds an LLB from the Law School of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He also has vast educational experience in the United Kindgom, holding an LLM (Hons) in International Law (University of Sheffield) and an LLM (Hons) in Maritime Law (City University of London). He has attended several international and shipping law seminars both in Greece and abroad and has focused on marine casualties, carriage of goods by sea, transportation under the Hague-Visby Rules and international law of the sea. Anestis is a multilingual professional speaking English, French and Italian.


Academic and professional qualifications

• Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Faculty of Law) LL.B
• The University of Sheffield, LL.M International Law (Hons)
• City University London, LL.M. in Maritime Law (Hons)
• Alexandroupolis Bar Association


Expertise areas

• Maritime Law
• Transportation Law
• General and Marine Insurance Law
• Foreign investments
• General corporate and commercial
• Company law
• Civil law
• International Trade Law



Academic Articles

• “The passing of sea-transit risk in CIF contracts” (City University London)
• “Reflections on The Cendor Mopu: Perils of the seas and inherent vice reconsidered.” (City University London)
• “Shipbuilding Contracts: Protection of the Parties against Insolvency Events” (City University London)
• “Freight in voyage charters: Payment and special issues” (City University London)
• “The Responsibility to Protect: Has it been a real change in Humanitarian Intervention?” (University of Sheffield)
• "A Critical Analysis of the Law Concerning the Liability for Oil Pollution from Ships" (City University London)

 
 
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