Maritime and Transport Law

Transport of goods and passengers is increasingly becoming a global issue. A skillful legal adviser, who knows how to navigate international conventions and liabilities, may contribute to secure your lost, delayed, or damaged goods.

Our great experience within all legal core areas, including procedural law, enables us to handle all legal assignments within maritime and transport law. We have a wide, international network at our disposal providing us with the necessary knowledge within the area.

We offer legal advice concerning all areas within maritime and transport transactions, for example:

We represent:

Also, we represent the insurance companies of the abovementioned as well as banks and other financial institutions.


“Head of department Ulla Fabricius has particular expertise in dry matters, including freight forwarding, cargo insurance and contracts issues, and is noted for her work with stevedoring companies. Sources say:Her qualifications are very good, and she knows the relationships between different areas of transport.'” – Chambers and Partners Europe, 2015

“NJORD Law Firm’s expertise includes ship finance, cargo damage and liability claims, and arrests of vessels. Logistics expert Ulla Fabricius is acting for a haulage company in a Supreme Court case concerning the interpretation of the EU regulation on driving and rest time.” – Legal 500, 2015


Using drones offshore

Drone technology is rapidly developing and can increase both efficiency and improve safety. Recently regulation on use of drones has been enacted, and this is relevant to offshore flights. Therefore, the legal framework in Denmark is relatively advanced - and new rules are already in the pipeline.

The future of transport

The technological advances within robot and drone technology powers ahead while the shipping and transport industry closely monitors the development. These technologies have the potential to change the whole industry, but is the necessary legislation in place to support the technological progress?