Global maritime law firm Campbell Johnson Clark (CJC) has announced two new appointments in its Singapore office, which oversees Asia Pacific regional activities on behalf of the business
William Pyle has joined CJC as Senior Associate. He has considerable experience in advising P&I Clubs, shipowners, ship managers, charterers, insurers, banks and other clients on shipping and international trade. He is experienced in handling marine casualties and has advised in relation to various high-profile collisions, groundings and fires at sea, as well as contractual disputes and environmental claims. He has been based in Singapore since 2013.
Also joining CJC in Singapore is Andrew Shannon, Solicitor and Master Mariner. Based in Singapore since 2014, Shannon specializes in Admiralty Law. He has been involved in disputes arising from marine casualties including collisions, groundings, cargo claims unsafe port claims, heavy weather damage, total loss, dangerous cargo issues, MARPOL violations, crewing issues and salvage. In 2018, he was named by Singapore Business Review as one of the city-state’s most influential lawyers aged 40 and under.
Shannon is qualified as an ISM lead auditor, ISPS auditor and company security officer.