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Practice Areas

Our attorneys are experienced practitioners before the New York federal and state courts, maritime arbitral panels, and federal agencies such as the Federal Maritime Commission and the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Service.  We specialize in admiralty and maritme law with an emphasis on:

  • Dry Cargo, Liquid Cargo, and Hazardous Cargo
  • Maritime attachments (Rule B)
  • Charter Party / FD&D
  • Ship collisions and fires
  • Customs fines and penalty cases
  • Marine insurance
  • Regulatory matters, and
  • The review and drafting of contracts (including bills of lading and service contracts)

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YOU MUST HAVE JAVASCRIPT ENABLED TO VIEW. A look back at the New York Waterfront.
A Look Back at the New York Waterfront (1)
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YOU MUST HAVE JAVASCRIPT ENABLED TO VIEW. A look back at New York Harbor.
A Look Back at New York Harbor (1)
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YOU MUST HAVE JAVASCRIPT ENABLED TO VIEW. A look back at New York Harbor.
A Look Back at New York Harbor (2)
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Our Goal

We strive to offer clients quality legal services at a reasonable cost, and to adhere in all respects to the "Client's Bill of Rights."


Recent Cases

Astra Oil Co., LLC v. Hydro Syntec Chemicals, Inc.  (Confirming Final Award in petitioner's favor for $996,000.oo due under bookout of contracts for sale of benzene; and rejecting on grounds of apparent authority and U.C.C. 2-207 defense that no arbitration agreement existed) (By James M. Textor)
Falcon Carrier Shipping, Ltd. v. ST Shipping and Transport, Pte. Ltd.  (Final Award that time charterer breached charter by cancellation in reliance on its charter party vetting approvals clause; and granting owner damages of $7.4 million, which included 100% reimbursement fees and costs) (By James M. Textor)
Recent Cases (continued)
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