• ZFZ Grows Partnership and Expands Global Operations

    ZFZ Grows Partnership and Expands Global Operations

    We are delighted to welcome two new partners, Friederike Schäfer and Joe Gosden, along with two new associates, Alexandra Tompson and Leo Rees-Murphy, and new international capacities in the form of a German desk.

  • Disputes for Breakfast | Commodities & Trade

    Disputes for Breakfast | Commodities & Trade

    The war in Ukraine will have a significant impact on international commodities trade. We will focus on several likely scenarios commodity traders may face as a consequence of this war, including: Price fluctuations | Failure to make delivery | Failure to make payment.

    Speakers: Joseph Gosden (London), Alfred Siwy (Vienna), Philip Vagin (London, New York)

    Tuesday, 29 March 2022
    08:30 GMT | 09:30 CET

  • Joe Gosden

    Joe Gosden

  • Update | Economic and Financial Sanctions Against Russia Imposed by the US, UK and EU Against Russia – Ukraine Conflict

    Update | Economic and Financial Sanctions Against Russia Imposed by the US, UK and EU Against Russia – Ukraine Conflict

    This update is the first of several which ZFZ will produce to keep our clients informed as we monitor the rapidly changing security situation in Ukraine. We believe we are uniquely placed to assist our clients in this current fast-moving situation. Support is likely to be needed in a variety of contexts, for example advice as to whether a client is captured by the sanctions or whether a contract with a Russian counterparty can be performed and support on opportunities and projects that arise in relation to alternative energy sources because of the sanctions on Russian energy providers. We have the experience and expertise to assist all our client’s requirements.

  • Sixth Circuit Declines to Find Third-Party Beneficiary Bounded by Bill of Lading Terms | ZFZ Postcard Cases

    Sixth Circuit Declines to Find Third-Party Beneficiary Bounded by Bill of Lading Terms | ZFZ Postcard Cases

    The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals recently affirmed the Middle District of Tennessee’s finding for lack of personal jurisdiction over grain purchaser (Zen-Noh) in a suit brought by the carrier (Ingram) for payment of invoices carrier incurred including fleeting, wharfage, and shifting.

  • Joseph Johnson

    Joseph Johnson