Felipe Arizon founded Shiparrested.com in the year 2000. Since then, as practitioner in the field of ship arrest law and as the sponsor of the shiparrested.com project, the services provided by the web and the network have been crafted to tailor the industry and network’s needs.
The network publications, the Wanted Ships service and the annual meetings are examples of the tools Dr. Arizon has designed and developed over the years for the network and industry.
The Shiparrested.com network has been built on the strong personal and professional relationships among its members developed over the past 19 years. From its beginnings as a handful of colleagues and former classmates in shipping law to today’s broad network, Shiparrested.com continues to expand its alliance built on trust and close relationships connecting all those involved in the ship arrest business.
As the saying goes, there is strength in numbers. As we continue to grow, each new member reinforces that strength. The network brings together hundreds of members from more than 100 countries. Shiparrested.com continues to strengthen its international maritime network with each passing year.
One of the focuses of Shiparrested.com is on delivering free updated information on arrest procedures around the world. Our online articles, The Arrest News newsletter and the Ship Arrests in Practice annual publication circulating amongst the shipping industry are highly recognized informational tools.
Shiparrested.com builds the perfect industry platform to develop the ship arrest business of law firms. A Shiparrested.com conference is held annually for its members to meet and interact with each other and industry guests. Consciously international, previous events have taken place in New York, Marrakech, Hamburg, Dubai, Singapore, St. Petersburg, and Málaga. Malta will be the host location of the 2019 conference.