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The MMIF Presents: Marcus Saw, Senior Associate - Colin Biggers & Paisley on "Package Limitation under The Hague and Hague-Visby Rules"

  • 20 Jun 2017
  • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Colin Biggers & Paisley, Level 23, 181 William Street

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Marcus Saw

Marcus Saw is a senior associate in the insurance team at Colin Biggers & Paisley. His practice focuses on trade and transport, product liability, professional indemnity claims, shareholders disputes, franchising disputes and commercial contractual disputes in the areas of both insurance and commercial litigation.

Marcus has extensive experience with large-scale litigation involving substantial and complex lay and expert evidence. He regularly represents both defendant and plaintiff clients and has experience in all aspects of trial preparation and alternative dispute resolution.

In addition to practising in Australia, Marcus has worked in Hong Kong and London. He has acted for a number of clients, including underwriters, aviation and marine interests, company directors, shareholders, government agencies, liquidators and private companies. He has experience acting on matters in both local and federal courts in Australia, as well as in the courts of Hong Kong and the United Kingdom.

Marcus is named in Doyle's Guide as a Rising Star in transport law, 2016.

Marcus has a Bachelor of Science in addition to his law degree. He joined Colin Biggers & Paisley in 2014.

Marcus' presentation will focus on Package Limitation under The Hague and Hague-Visby Rules.

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