Henri Najjar holds a Master Degree in Business Law (Paris II, Assas) and a LLM in Maritime Law (Southampton, UK).
Member of the Paris Bar, Founding partner of the law firm DelViso-Avocats, with offices in Paris and Marseille, Henri advises and handles litigation of all kind in connection with the maritime practice, including casualties at sea, oil pollution and charterparty disputes. He represents P&I clubs, shipowners and various French, Spanish and US road carriers and freight forwarders, and has developed an expertise in the set-up of agencies and joint ventures worldwide.
Henri is author of an outline on the Events of the Sea: Collision, Salvage, Towage, General Average (Lexis-Nexis) and of various articles published in Lloyd’s List, Bulletin des Transports and The Maritime Advocate.
He is member of the Association Française de Droit Maritime and the Instituto IberoAmericano de Derecho Maritimo, speaker at the International Maritime Committee, International Bar Association, Shiparrested and Containerisation International conferences.