Huang & Huang, based in Guangzhou, China, is a law firm that specialises in all aspects of maritime law for clients in China and abroad. Established in 2001, the firm has grown steadily to be one of the most competitive maritime law firms in China.
We have extensive experience representing and advising international and domestic shipowners and charterers, P&I Clubs, marine underwriters, ports and harbors, airlines, freight forwarders and logistics companies in the full range of admiralty, maritime and transportation-related matters, including:
Ÿ Charter party disputes
Ÿ B/L and other documentary claims and disputes
Ÿ Cargo claims (loss, damage, shortage, non-delivery, misdelivery)
Ÿ Hull insurance, P&I Insurance and marine Insurance
Ÿ Collisions, groundings, fire, salvage and wreck removal, pollution and general average
Ÿ Damage caused by vessel to submarine cable or other fixed objects
Ÿ Ship building, repair, financing and leasing
Ÿ Arrest and release of vessels
Ÿ Property preservation
Ÿ Crew, stevedore, passenger injury and death
Ÿ Other litigation and non-litigation matters in connection with aviation and road transportation
Ÿ Recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitration awards and judgments in China
Ranking & Recognition
Huang & Huang was founded on the basis of the personnel of the first department of the former Guangdong Maritime Law Firm which was one of the three biggest law firms affiliated to the Department of Justice of Guangdong Province and which was honoured as one of “China’s Top 10 Law Firms” by the Judicial Department of China.
The firm has been consecutively recognized by Guangzhou Bureau of Justice and Guangzhou Lawyers Association as a “Standard Law Firm” since 2009 and by Chambers Asia-Pacific as a “Leading Law Firm” in the area of shipping since 2007.
Our partner Huang Yaquan, who is also a certified arbitrator in South China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission / Shenzhen Court of International Arbitration, has been consecutively recommended by Chambers Asia-Pacific as a “Leading Lawyer” in the area of shipping in southern China since 2008.
Our partner Huang Hui, who is also a certified in China-Guangzhou Arbitration Commission, has been consecutively recommended by Chambers Asia-Pacific as “Leading Lawyer" in the area of shipping in southern China since 2011.