The transport sector is undergoing major change driven by regulation and development in technology. 

        "The team is exceptional and very responsive to queries and needs." "Accurate in assessment and displaying good tactical awareness."
        – Chambers and Partners (Asia Pacific), 2017

        From the delivery of new infrastructure to the adoption of new technologies, transport is at the core of economies all around the world. Developments such as driverless vehicles and the concept of mobility as a service will transform our lives and impact businesses' transport and logistics requirements – as well as the commuting habits of staff. Investment in infrastructure such as high-speed rail and additional runway capacity will be complimented by initiatives to rebalance the economy.


        DWF's transport law team brings together an international network of 60 lawyers offering a full range of legal services to both public and private sector clients across automotive, maritime, rail, aviation, road, transport and logistics sectors. We help our clients navigate the challenges of the dynamic international business environment, providing commercially focussed legal advice on issues relating to insurance, employment, asset finance, litigation, public procurement and infrastructure development. 

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