Admiralty attorney John K. Fulweiler holds the unique distinction of having composed and submitted memoranda of law raising maritime law issues in connection with wind turbine litigation. John is on the forefront of bringing admiralty law to the Court's attention in connection with wind power disputes. John is recognized by the Maritime Law Association as a Proctor-In-Admiralty and his involvment in wind turbine litigation relates to dissecting navigational law issues as they apply in wind energy development. As a licensed U.S. Coast Guard Master, John is also able to apply his practical knowledge in clearly explaining how wind energy development may impact radar and a vessel's ability to satisfy its obligations under the International and Inland Rules of the Road. John's unique litigation prowess in this area of wind energy disputes was recently recognized in the well read maritime publication Soundings. You can click HERE to read the Sounding's article discussing John's recent involvement in an offshore wind farm dispute.
You can reach John K. Fulweiler, Esq. anytime to discuss how the admiralty and maritime law may impact your wind energy dispute by dialing Fulweiler llc's Newport, Rhode Island office at 800-383-MAYDAY.
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