Opening of LCI Law's London Office

LCI Law are pleased to announce the opening of their London office.


Evangelos Catsambas achieves Band 2 ranking in

LCI Law is proud to announce that Evangelos Catsambas has been listed in the Chambers Global rankings for 2023 as a Band 2 lawyer.


LCI Law achieves Tier 2 Ranking for Shipping Litigation in Greece in The Legal 500

LCI Law is thrilled to have been ranked in Tier 2 for Shipping Litigation in Greece in The Legal 500.

This has been achieved due to the considerable experience, hard work and excellence of its lawyers, who serve their clients by delivering innovative legal solutions to the commercial and legal problems they encounter in their businesses on a daily basis.

In addition to this, Antonis Lagadianos and George Iatridis have been ranked as Leading Individuals, which the firm is particularly proud of.

LCI Law would like to thank its clients and business partners for helping it to achieve this ranking in a publication as prestigious as The Legal 500.

LCI Law are joined by David Morriss

We are thrilled to announce that David Morriss has joined the partnership of LCI Law, based in London.

David has a wealth of experience practicing Shipping, Dispute Resolution and Trade (commodities) for 24 years at the London office of a well-known international law firm, where he was a partner for the last 13 years. He will continue to run that practice at LCI Law.

David handles all manners of disputes under charterparties, vessel pooling agreements, contracts of affreightment, bills of lading, shipbuilding and repair contracts, sale and purchase (MOA) contracts, insurance policies, and cargo sale/purchase contracts. David has also handled broader commercial disputes in areas such as mining, banking, and Formula 1 sponsorship, in addition to which he regularly assists clients with non-contentious contract-drafting.

David has run arbitrations in London (LMAA and LCIA in particular) and in Singapore (SIAC in particular) and has also advised the Gujarat Maritime Board in India in the drafting of their own arbitration rules. He also regularly appears before the courts of England and Wales, and a number of his cases have resulted in well-known reported decisions by the High Court and the Court of Appeal.

A large number of David’s clients are companies based in India, Dubai, and the UK. He regularly travels to India and Dubai to see his clients and to give papers at conferences.