Evangelos is one of the three founding partners of LCI Law, and practices English-law shipping dispute resolution.
He has 24 years of experience practicing shipping dispute resolution at Holman Fenwick Willan in London, and then at Ince & Co’s Piraeus office and Watson Farley & Williams’ Athens office as a partner, before starting LCI Law.
Evangelos works for shipowners, P&I Clubs, hull & machinery insurers, charterers and cargo traders in ship casualty disputes and contract disputes arising under charterparties, bills of lading, shipbuilding contracts, ship sale contracts, marine insurance contracts and cargo sale contracts – in London arbitration, the English High Court and alternative dispute resolution.
Evangelos is ranked in Band 2 by Chambers Global and Chambers Europe, which notes his “strong practice representing ship owners and management companies in maritime law matters ranging from grounding disputes to unsafe port claims and second-hand vessel purchases” and quotes him as being “a notable lawyer who is well established and respected in the Greek shipping industry” (Chambers Global 2024). He is also listed as a key lawyer for Shipping Litigation in Greece by the Legal 500, which quoted him in 2017 as being “incredibly bright and flexible”. He is also ranked by Who’s Who Legal for Transport-Shipping, who comment that “With over two decades of experience, Evangelos Catsambas is well regarded in the market for his top-tier shipping practice handling complex disputes involving casualties and contractual matters.”.
Memberships & Associations
Law Society of England & Wales
Piraeus Bar Association
Evangelos is fluent in English and Greek