Philip Vagin is an associate at our New York office with a strong focus on maritime disputes, both dry and wet, as well as transnational litigation and advisory work in the transportation sector.
Philip has experience advising IG P&I clubs, fixed-premium insurers, shipowners and charterers, as well as freight forwarders and port operators.
He advises clients on matters as diverse as marine insurance, charterparty disputes, cargo claims, and sanctions. Philip’s work also includes assisting foreign and national companies in the drafting of complex shipping and commodity contracts.
Philip is an associate member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and an editor for the Russian Maritime Law Association (RUMLA). He obtained his LL.M. in Admiralty Law (with distinction) from Tulane University, where he received a prestigious Harry F. Stiles Scholarship and an Edward A. Dodd Award in Admiralty. Philip obtained his LL.B. from the Higher School of Economics University in Russia, and is admitted to the Russian bar.
Philip works in English (fluent) and Russian (native) and reads in Spanish.
Most recent highlights of Philip’s work include the following:
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