This is the fourth year that the firm has been awarded the certification after becoming the first UK firm to achieve it in 2019.
Construction is expected to be completed in December 2023 and, when finished, will be the largest cruise terminal in the US.
WFW wins four ‘Transport Deal of the Year’ awards at The Asset Triple A Sustainable Infrastructure 2022 Awards17 June 2022
The Asset Triple A Sustainable Infrastructure Awards honour the institutions and the deals in Asia each year
The new promotions bring the total number of partners to 173.
Mei joined the firm back in 1998, when WFW set up its first Asian office in Singapore, and as one of the firm’s leading lights for over half its existence, things will never be the same without her.
The Supervisory Board will set the firm’s direction and strategy and is responsible for key firmwide programmes including D&I and Sustainability.
Macheras, who made partner in 2018, advises on all aspects of ship financing as well as on commercial matters relating to the sale, purchase, employment and operation of all maritime asset classes.
These pioneering transactions were developed simultaneously and are firsts of their kind, combining two tried and tested ship financing structures.
WFW Partners elect George Paleokrassas and Lindsey Keeble as new Senior Partner and Managing Partner6 December 2021
Their appointments form part of a new leadership and governance structure for WFW endorsed by the firm’s partnership, replacing the previous model led by joint Managing Partners and a Chairman.
WFW Global Maritime Sector Head Lindsey Keeble included in Lloyd’s List Top 10 Maritime Lawyers 202129 November 2021
Watson Farley & Williams is pleased to announce that Global Maritime Sector Co-Head Lindsey Keeble has been named one of Lloyd’s List’s Top 10 Maritime Lawyers for 2021, a highly prestigious accolade. This is the second time that Lindsey has been named in the top ten list following her inclusion in 2019.