Brazhnikov & Partners is a reliable assistant for solving legal problems

Brazhnikov & Partners is a reliable assistant for solving legal problems

Famous Russian lawyer Petr Brazhnikov managed to build a successful career in the field of maritime law. This is a rather significant achievement, because the specialist intentionally chose a narrow specialization, where there are many subtleties and «pitfalls». Still, there is a difference between the banal provision of legal services and mutually beneficial cooperation with foreign partners. Probably, only an open, ambitious and respected person in narrow circles could take a certain risk by opening his own company in the Netherlands and several more offices around the world.

Of course, more than 10 years ago no one knew that the project would become so successful, but now the result is obvious.

How does Petr Brazhnikov manage his brainchild?

The main specialization of Brazhnikov & Partners ltd is maritime law, which is based on clear legislative norms. The firm provides various services related to the support of transactions on charter ships, as well as protecting the interests of influential clients who are also ship owners. All of the above tasks are solved by highly qualified personnel assembled under the strict guidance of Petr Brazhnikov. Each employee of the company clearly knows the range of his duties, since he has behind him not only a higher education, but also a certain experience of work in public and private legal structures.

It is very problematic to establish interaction within such a huge team, but Petr Brazhnikov managed to prove himself as a talented manager. The result of his efforts is numerous positive reviews from grateful customers. By the way, large international ship-owning corporations are currently cooperating with Brazhnikov & Partners ltd, and this is already an indicator of outstanding business success.

 

Prospects for the further development of international maritime law

At present, great attention is paid to the norms of maritime international maritime law. This is not surprising at all, because this industry is constantly being improved by introducing amendments to some legislative acts. Similar trends have been observed over the years, but now they have become even more global, since in European countries the emphasis is deliberately placed on the development of certain types of the fleet — merchant, military, fishing and others. As a result, there are more and more areas of activity in the oceans, so there is nothing surprising in the fact that the process of adopting international maritime agreements is becoming more complicated.

If you carefully study the history of the development of maritime relations in the international format, it will become obvious that the main legal norms and restrictions are always formed under the influence of certain trends: from the protection of their own interests by some countries to the need for open access to the water space. At the same time, it will hardly be possible to solve local problems at the legislative level, since maritime activities are inherently global. Each state has the right to use the World Ocean. Certain limiting frameworks regarding naval navigation, commercial fishing, natural resource extraction and scientific research are indicated in official legal documents. At the same time, restrictions operate mainly at the state level, so they are practically invisible to ordinary people. As a result, the interests of private ship owners are often not protected by anyone other than law firms built on the sheer enthusiasm of such professionals as Petr Brazhnikov. During the global pandemic, the work of such experienced specialists has definitely increased, because there are more various restrictions. As a result, many businessmen are simply forced to defend their position in court, and it is almost impossible to win a case without high-quality legal support.

Summing up, we can conclude that the field of international maritime law continues to develop, but it is far from ideal. True, shipowners should not wait for the situation to change for the better, because legislative norms are not stable. The best option is to immediately find reliable partners who can resolve controversial issues in court.

Chris Norman

euronews.com

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