Dr Klaus Ramming
is a senior associate whose expertise covers the entire range of shipping issues that arise, with a focus on casualty work and complex multimodal transport, bill of lading as well as limitation of liability issues. He is frequently involved in wet and dry shipping cases, inland navigation and transport issues. Klaus is the co-chairman of the German Maritime Association and was heavily involved in the reform of German maritime law that came into force in April 2013. He regularly lectures on maritime law at the University of Hamburg and is a member of the GMAA and a titulary member of Comite Maritime International. Klaus is the author of a substantial number of articles and books on German maritime law, and is the author of the new edition of the most prestigious textbook on German maritime law. Prior to joining the German Bar, Klaus qualified as a master mariner and as a shipping business engineer.
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