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Blog Posts in March, 2013

Maritime Attorney Fulweiler to Speak to Narragansett Bay Harbormasters

Maritime attorney John K. Fulweiler, Esq. was asked to speak at the Rhode Island Harbormaster's Association meeting on issues regarding the law of maritime salvage and considerations when dealing ...
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Maritime Lawyer John K Fulweiler Speaks at American Salvage Association Meeting

Yesterday, New York maritime attorney John K. Fulweiler attended the American Salvage Association's Spring Meeting. The meeting was held in Stamford, Connecticut in conjunction with the Shipping ...
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John K. Fulweiler Is A Jones Act Attorney

An injured seafarer may be able to obtain compensation through the remedies afforded by the Jones Act. Because vessel crewmembers generally do not have a right to claim under state workman's ...
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Arresting a Vessel --- You Don't Need Handcuffs!

Proctor-In-Admiralty and maritime attorney John K. Fulweiler maintains his maritime law office in Newport, Rhode Island and practices federal maritime law throughout the East and Gulf Coasts. ...
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Three Things An Admiralty Attorney's Client Must Do

Be honest. A client and her lawyer are going to sail into rough weather. Pursuing or defending against a maritime claim is never easy and a client that isn't honest with his lawyer, risks ...
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East Coast Maritime Law Firm Relocates to Yachting Capital

On March 1, 2013, the maritime and admiralty law firm of Fulweiler llc (www.saltwaterlaw.com) relocated its principal office to 40 Mary Street, First Floor - Aft, Newport, Rhode Island. "Taking a ...
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