Dr. Klaus Dimigen

Expertise

Klaus Dimigen advises banks in the area of restruc­turing long term ship financing loans as well as the separation of banking syndi­cates related to long term ship finan­cings. Klaus Dimigen further gives advice to banks and shipowners in connection with the termi­nation, enforcement and transfer of shipping loans. He gives advice to shipowners regarding the sale and purchase of vessels and the entering into charter and management contracts. He also gives advice to shipowners on all corporate and insol­vency related issues. Finally, he advises non bank capital providers in connection with alter­native ship financing models and struc­tures. He enjoys a long lasting relati­onship with Turkish shipowners and shipping banks.

Klaus Dimigen is a member of the Inter­na­tional Bar Association. Further, Klaus Dimigen is a regis­tered lawyer admitted to practice in the Republic of the Marshall Islands. He provides opinion letters related to this juris­diction.

Studies at the University of Passau
since 1993
Employment with EHLERMANN RINDFLEISCH GADOW (since 1997 admitted to the bar)
1997
Completion of the legal clerkship in Hamburg with the second state exami­nation
1999
Doctorate at the University of Hamburg on the maritime topic "Bareboat­charter and Bareboat-Regis­tration"
since 2001
Partner at EHLERMANN RINDFLEISCH GADOW

1998

Develop­ments in US Environ­mental Law: Liability Risks of the Lender

RIW 4-1998

1999

Bareboat­charter und Bareboat­re­gis­trierung
LIT Verlag, Münster, Hamburg, London, 1999

2008

Bridge equity financing for shipping funds
Grund­lagen der Schiffsfinanzierung, Frankfurt School Verlag, 2008

2008

Flag and regis­tration
Grund­lagen der Schiffsfinanzierung, Frankfurt School Verlag, 2008

Advance payment finan­cings of used tonnage
Grund­lagen der Schiffsfinanzierung, Frankfurt School Verlag, 2008

Colla­teral for pre-delivery finan­cings
Grund­lagen der Schiffsfinanzierung, Frankfurt School Verlag, 2008

Klaus Dimigen holds various lectures, workshops and seminars for clients on selected legal topics. He is a lecturer at the HSBA – Hamburg School of Business Adminis­tration and teaches on aspects of “Maritime Law” for the part-time course Shipping (MBA).