UK-headquartered law firm Hill Dickinson has expanded its Singapore office with the hires of Matthew Dow (L) as a partner and Binoy Dubey as counsel and master mariner. They join from Norwegian firm Wikborg Rein and Incisive Law, respectively.

Specialising in international commercial dispute resolution with a focus on shipping and offshore disputes, Dow advises on shipping casualties, underwater cable disputes, offshore casualties involving jackups, and charterparty and bill of lading disputes.

Dow, who started his career at Holman Fenwick Willan in London, joined Wikborg in 2019.

Dubey advises on shipping casualties, salvage, bunker disputes, cargo claims, charterparty and bills of lading disputes, ship management disputes and procedural compliance for local and international regulations. He spent more than six years at Reed Smith before joining Incisive Law in October 2020.

With Dow joining Hill Dickinson, the firm now has six partners in Singapore.


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