aiyon abogados jose antonio Dominguez

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JOSÉ ANTONIO DOMÍNGUEZ

José holds a Law Degree from the University of Deusto (2007) and a Master’s degree in Port Companies Management and in Maritime from the same university (2006). He also attended a Master’s Programme in Maritime Law from the University of Oslo/Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law (Norway, 2008).

He also holds a Degree in Seamanship and Maritime Transportation from the University of the Basque Country (2005) and a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Navigation from the University of La Laguna. José has worked as a deck officer on passenger and ro-ro vessels. He also holds several STCW Certifications and Courses as a professional deck officer (OOW Certificate, GMDSS Certificate, ARPA Certificate, and Professional Yacht Master, among others). As a lawyer, José has attended a several seminars and courses on his area of expertise, such as on Insurance and Civil Liability offered by P&I Clubs.

He has wide experience in Maritime Law, acquired throughout the years he worked in Fernando Meana Green & Co., more specifically in collisions, striking, salvage, cargo claims and personal injuries, where his experience as a Mariner is of immense importance in addition to his legal training and background. As a partner of AIYON Abogados, since 2015, José provides advice, both contentious and non-contentious, to all kind of maritime transport operators. His experience includes high-profile cases. He has also experience in advising on charter parties and bill of lading, contract of affreightment (COA) or complex logistics contracts for large export / import companies, land and multimodal transport, recreational nautical industry, sanctioning proceedings, Port Legislation, registration of yachts and vessels, ship and off-shore building contracts as well as recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments and arbitration awards.

Member of the Bar Association of Madrid

Publications

He co-authored the Spanish chapter “Shipping and International Guide”, a publication edited by Hill Dickinson in 2011.

Lates News:
  • The Abandonment of Containers in Maritime Traffic19 April, 2024 - 8:49 am

    A recurring problem in maritime transport is the abandonment of containers loaded with goods. When the consignee of the goods does not come to collect them after having been requested to do so as the authorised party, shipping companies are faced with a series of costs such as delays due to the occupation of the […]

  • UNIPORTBILBAO highlights in its Newsletter the article by AIYON on the Sanctioning Power of the DGMM15 April, 2024 - 10:38 am

    We would like to thank UNIPORTBILBAO – Port Community for including in its April Newsletter our article on the sanctioning power of the Directorate General of the Merchant Navy (DGMM), content that we published last February on our website. AIYON Abogados, as a member of UNIPORTBILBAO, has been collaborating for several years with this multimodal […]

  • “GREEN SHIPPING”, 20504 April, 2024 - 9:44 am

    Like so many other industries, the maritime industry is heading or at least intends to head towards a gradual decarbonisation in this century. While it is true that, as published in the report of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) on the analysis of maritime transport in 2023 (1), greenhouse gas emissions […]

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