Thiells Admiralty & Maritime Lawyer, New York


Michael Howard Joseph

Admiralty & Maritime, Alimony & Spousal Support, Dispute Resolution, Animal Bite
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Randal Dennis Pratt

Admiralty & Maritime, Elder Law, Trusts, Business
Status:  In Good Standing           Licensed:  39 Years

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Lee v. Astoria Generating Co.

... [1]. A tort claim qualifies as a "maritime tort" and falls under the federal courts' admiralty jurisdiction where the injury satisfies a maritime situs/status test (see Richendollar, 819 F2d at 127). [2] That is, "when the wrong (1) took ...

Georgakis v. Excel Maritime Carriers Ltd.

495 In any event, we find that New York is not a convenient forum for this litigation between a foreign corporation and its former CEO, in which both parties are residents of Greece, which arose from conduct occurring principally in Greece, and in which the bulk of the witnesses ...

Lischinskaya v. CARNIVAL

... v Superior Court of Cal., County of San Diego, 346 US 556, 560-561 [1954]), provided that they apply federal maritime law (see ... Rather, the Saving to Suitors Clause was included in the statutory provision granting admiralty jurisdiction to federal courts "probably, from abundant ...