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Balcıoğlu Selçuk Akman Keki (BASEAK) has strengthened its presence with a maritime law team of four.
The firm has appointed Gülistan Baltacı and Semih Sander as partners to its maritime law group. They are also joined by two lawyers.
Too big to fail in Turkey
A new banking regulation, “Systemically Important Banks” (the Regulation), has come into force upon its publication in the Turkish Trade Registry Gazette on 23 February 2016.
BASEAK is always looking to invest in the highest-quality talent, recognizing that our success is built on the diverse and unique strengths of each member of our Firm.
With over 75 lawyers and professionals across the full spectrum of legal experience, BASEAK is uniquely positioned to leverage the collective local and global experience of its members and deliver sophisticated and innovative legal services to our clients. Please visit our careers page for more information.
We provide internship programs for legal trainees and summer students
At BASEAK, we offer legal trainees the opportunity to gain exposure to high quality work at both domestic and international levels. We also have programs designed for summer students. We understand that the future of our firm is built on the students we hire and therefore providing quality student recruitment and development programs is a key focus in our firm. Please visit our Careers pages for more information on internship opportunities.
Carriage of goods by sea is indispensable, not only to the global movement of goods in international trade, but in terms of volume and weight it eclipses all other modes of transport—road, rail or air. Maritime transport today is part of a global, intermodal container business, linking factories by road, rail and ship. BASEAK is ideally situated to provide you with legal expertise tailored to maritime business, whether you are a ship owner, trader, operator or financier. Our maritime law experts provide legal advice on disputes involving claims for lost, damaged, delayed or hazardous cargo, claims arising out of collisions, personal injury, contract disputes, pollution, claims against vessels, and maritime insurance claims.
We provide transactional advice including mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures and vessel sales, financing and the full landscape of shipping, logistics, vessel charter, marine terminal, salvage matters.
Our maritime and admiralty law practice encapsulates the following:
When certain criteria are satisfied, Turkish law allows and respects the choice of the parties to a contract vesting jurisdiction in a foreign, non-Turkish court. The most important of these criteria is that there be a “foreign element,” such as when one of the parties is not a Turkish citizen or company. Read more
Partner Gülistan Baltacı Hatay and associate Burçak Sercan Sarıkaya presented a half-day seminar to the executives and staff of Mersin International Port. Read more
The Firm has appointed Gülistan Baltacı and Semih Sander as partners to its maritime law group. They are also joined by two lawyers. Read more
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