Marine link

Broad & Cassel Represents Commodore In Cruise Ship Acquisition

The law firm Broad and Cassel acted as legal counsel to Commodore Holdings Ltd., a Bermuda corporation, in connection with the acquisition of certain of the assets of Commodore Cruise Line from EffJohn International, B.V. The acquisition closed in London on July 14, 1995. Commodore Holdings Ltd. acquired the assets, including two cruise ships, the Enchanted Seas and the Enchanted Isle. Partners, James S. Cassel and Alan S. Lederman, and senior associate, Kathleen L. Deutsch, of the firm's Miami office corporate and securities group, handled the matter on behalf of Jeffrey I. Binder, the chairman of Commodore Holdings Ltd. They were assisted by Commodore's London counsel, Tim Walker, Lisa Nunn and Chris Aujard of Norton Rose; Bermuda counsel, A. Robert Miller and Helen Forrest of Richards, Francis & Francis and Panamanian counsel, Dr. Alfonso Arias of Galindo, Arias & Lopez. An affiliate of EffJohn provided a portion of the funding for the acquisition through a loan to Commodore Holdings. EffJohn's principal lender, Merita Bank, formerly known as Union Bank of Finland, approved such financing. EffJohn International, B.V. was represented by Finnish counsel, Neptun Juridica, Thomas Forss, partner.

Maritime Security History

A Family Tradition With legal battles in the rearview mirror, McAllister is set to thrive
American Waterways Operators
AWO AWO Continues To Support Maritime Issues
AWO's Regulatory Agenda: Challenge & Change
Broad & Cassel Represents Commodore In Cruise Ship Acquisition
COMPANY PROFILE: IDB Mobile changes to compete
Det Norske Veritas, USCG In Passenger Ship Control Agreements
Details Of U.S. Maritime Subsidy Program Revealed
Details Of U.S. Maritime Subsidy Program Revealed
Financing Will Be Critical To Health Of Changing, Growing Maritime Industry
Gore Speaks At Carrier Christening In Newport News
Hearer, Faster & Cheaper,,. Distress Alerting Via Inmarsat
Herberger: Title XI Critical To Continued U.S. Commercial Shipbuilding
Inland Issues Safety Of Towing Vessels, Environment; And Efficient Intermodal Shipping Top Agendas
IT Development Project Attracts Major Players
Marine Electronics Merger Introduces New Player
MARITIME POLICY Should Be The Foundation Of Economic Reform
New Codes And Regulatory Concerns Force Industry To Take Notice
New USCG Safety Award Bestowed To Four Honorees
Pena Announces Vessel Design Compliance Initiatives
PROPULSION UPDATE: The Latest On Slow-Speed Crosshead Diesel Engines
Secretary Pena Tout's Mar Ad's Record At Industry Event In New Orleans
Service With a Satellite: A Guide To Top Service Providers
Studds Acts On Maritime Reform Legislation Issues
SUNY Maritime College Honors Adm. Miller; Appoints Piccirillo
TECHNOLOGY UPDATE: TransFRESH's Tectrol Controlled Atmosphere Gives Shippers Options
THE HUMAN FACTOR: The Costs of Fatigue at Sea
The Pacific Adventure
Trinity Wins $80M Contract To Build RoRo For Alaska
rss feeds | archive | privacy | history | articles | contributors | top news | contact us | about us | copyright