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Wikborg Rein adds three

International law firm, Wikborg Rein has appointed Renaud Barbier-Emery and Jonathan Goldfarb as partners, and Ina Lutchmiah as a senior lawyer. 

From left to right: Ina Lutchmiah, Jonathan Goldfarb and Renaud Barbier-Emery

All three were previously working at Ince & Co. 

Barbier-Emery specialises in the energy, maritime and international trade sectors on both transactional and contentious matters.  

Goldfarb specialises in energy and trading projects across the oil and gas, and renewables sectors. He advises on project tendering, vessel construction and conversion, and financing, sale and purchase and leasing arrangements for a variety of vessel types that are operational in this sector. 

Lutchmiah’s expertise is in LNG projects and other offshore energy transactions. Her experience includes advising on the decommissioning and recycling of offshore assets and long-term charters for FSRU projects. 

Chris Grieveson, manager partner of Wikborg Rein’s London office, said, “The appointments continue Wikborg Rein’s policy of recruiting experienced and respected industry professionals who will strengthen still further the firm’s reputation as a leading specialist in the shipping and energy sectors.” 

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