Luard Joins Martin, Ottaway, Van Hemmen & Dolan

Wednesday, July 24, 2002
John F. Luard has joined the firm of Martin, Ottaway, van Hemmen & Dolan, Inc., as a consultant. Luard was the owner of Luard & Company until 1998 and is an experienced cargo surveyor and consultants on the east coast. From the New Jersey office, Luard will provide worldwide cargo consulting and surveying services. After serving as a Deck Officer in the U.S. Merchant Marine, Luard joined his father’s firm in 1971, which he built into a multiport organization over the next 27 years. During that period he provided consulting services to all the major underwriters and shipowners and has provided assistance on some of the largest and most complex cargo claims.

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