Valentina Tremante was primarily engaged in contentious work such as disputes and subsequent litigation relating to bills of lading and sale of goods agreements.
Besides this, Valentina handled various aspects of cases covering a broad spectrum of the shipping industry: contractual & tort disputes, marine casualties, sale & purchase, shipbuilding contracts, charter-parties, yachting, options agreements, M&A transactions and private agreements, commercial litigation, international trade, cargo claims, air transport claims, limitation of shipowner’s liability. In particular, she has been involved in all types of dispute concerning the issuance and/or circulation of bills of lading or waybills and she routinely assists clients in any issue arising in relation to shipbuilding contracts, including matters relating to clauses for the cancellation and delayed delivery of the ship, penalties.
Valentina’s experience covered preparing, reviewing, drafting a wide variety of business contracts and related documents. Due to the nature of this work environment, she also gained experience in preparing settlements and arbitration cases, as well as in advising clients in relation to liability issues concerning international conventions (i.e. Hague Rules/Hague – Visby Rules etc.) and marine insurance claims (P&I).
Valentina gained her LL.M. in International Maritime Law from City, University of London with a Dissertation topic on the refund guarantees in the shipbuilding contracts.
She speaks Italian, English and Spanish.