Maritime Attorneys Credited As First To Bring Admiralty Into Wind Litigation
BREAKING: Newport, RI / August 12, 2013: Maritime attorney John K. Fulweiler, Esq.'s litigation efforts received attention in a recent article in the Soundings publication. The article discusses Fulweiler and his fellow counsel Todd Lochner, Esq. as having injected admiralty law concepts into the wind energy debate. The article observes that: "Lochner and Fulweiler are the first to articulate a case against the wind farm based on the navigational argument, and they are asking the court to order the Coast Guard, which has already blessed the project, to take another look." The article's author also gives these admiralty attorney's coveted praise by noting that in this wind turbine litigation their brief "is about as well written as I have ever seen in a court document." We thank this author for his complement, attention to the issue and for shedding light on the type of litigation we are bringing to bear in courts throughout the East and Gulf Coasts. You can read the article by clicking HERE.
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