Maritime, Aviation and Transportation Law
The vastly experienced Maritime, Aviation and Transportation department at Naschitz Brandes Amir has been the market leader in Israel in this field for many years.  The firm has handled all major total loss general average and salvage cases, in addition to a large number of recovery (subrogation) and charter party actions.  

In air law practice, Naschitz Brandes Amir has handled dozens of collisions and airplane crashes. These include the Crossair crash in Zurich, the Thai Airways crash on the flight from Bangkok to Katmandu, the 1996 Ethiopian Airways crash over Kamaro Islands on the flight from Addis Abbaba to Nairobi, the Namibian Airlines crash over Windhoek and currently, the 2007 One-Two-Go Flight 269 crash in Phuket, killing 90 passengers, including eight Israelis.  

The group also handles a claim involving a vessel that damaged a gas pipeline in the Mediterranean Sea. In addition, the firm also assists banks on ship financing deals.