Miguel Caballero is a dually qualified Abogado (Spain) and Solicitor (England & Wales) who mainly assists P&I Clubs, ship owners and ship operators in all sorts of dry and wet shipping matters.
He has gained previous shipping law experience in two IGP&I Clubs, in the claims department of a ship owner, in private practice and in the claims and insurance department of a ship operator.
Earlier in his career, he worked for two Spanish boutique law firms specialised in employment law and in an NGO specialised in human rights law.
Miguel read Law at the Universidad de Deusto in Bilbao, Spain, and obtained a Master Degree in International Trade Law from the University of Essex.
He is a Member of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers, the Spanish Maritime Law Association and the LSLC – YMP Committee.
Miguel works in English and Spanish (native).
Highlights of Miguel’s work include the following:
Interested in specific aspects of Miguel’s recent work? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further reference cases.
With Luke deep in hearing prep this week, Calum was joined by Miguel to look at a (slightly speculative…) attempt to use the wording of the LMAA Small Claims procedure to bar a claim.
A quick fire one this week – but a snapshot into an interesting maritime law point, London Arbitration 9/23.
Caballero (speaker), VI Jornadas de Seguro Marítimo y Portuario, Cartagena de Indias/Colombia, 19-21.02.2020.
Caballero (speaker), Congreso Nacional Asociación Española Derecho Marítimo, Madrid/Spain, 13-14.06.2019.
Caballero (author), „Los clubes de protección e indemnización (P&I)“, Los contratos sobre el buque en Derecho español. Análisis práctico (Ed. Dykinson), 2018.
Caballero (lecturer), „Introduction to P&I Insurance“, University of Essex/UK, February 2018.