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Linsin Joins Blank Rome

Nov 28, 2007

Blank Rome LLP announced that Gregory F. Linsin has joined the Firm as a Partner in the White Collar, Internal & Government Investigations practice group. Mr.

Warde Joins Blank Rome

May 17, 2007

Blank Rome LLP announced that Conor T. Warde has joined the as an Associate in the maritime group. Warde brings experience in international maritime law and

Blank Rome and Healy & Baillie to Join Forces

Sep 06, 2006

Blank Rome LLP and Healy & Baillie, LLP will combine their practices as of October 1, 2006. Healy & Baillie is ranked as one of the leading maritime law firms

The Seaman's Manslaughter Statute: An Old Tool Being Used Anew

Mar 20, 2006

By Jeanne M. Grasso Over the last ten or so years, criminal prosecutions have become commonplace in the maritime industry. The most common prosecutions stem from environmental violations,

Criminal Liability of the Mariner (and His Employer)

Sep 07, 2005

By Jeffrey S. Moller In recent years, federal prosecutors have pursued criminal charges against shipping companies and their employees with increasing energy.

Government Contractors Beware: Don't Get Tripped Up By Export Control Laws

Jun 10, 2005

By Brian A. Bannon, Barbara D. Linney & David A. Leib Most federal government contractors are familiar with the scores of standard clauses incorporated by

Addressing Security Requirements in Purchase and Sale Agreements

Oct 05, 2004

By Brett M. Esber On July 1, 2004, the new port facility and vessel security requirements contained in the International Ship and Port Facility Security Code ("ISPS Code") became effective.

How to Indentify a Jones Act Seaman

Sep 08, 2004

By Jeffrey S. Moller The maritime law community is awaiting the next pronouncement by the U.S. Supreme Court pertaining to the definition of a Jones Act seaman.

Slowing Down the Revolving Door

Aug 06, 2004

In the wake of the recent ethics scandal at Boeing1, Congress has begun to focus on the many issues that arise when government contractors hire former federal government employees.

Economic Sanctions Update: Door Opens to U.S. Business in Libya, Closes on Syria

Jul 06, 2004

By Barbara D. Linney Recent changes to U.S. economic sanctions programs have resulted in both new opportunities and new restrictions for offshore service vessel operators.

Title XI Financing for Vessel and Shipyard Improvement Projects

Jun 04, 2004

By Brett Esber Anyone planning to build a vessel in a U.S. shipyard, and any U.S. shipyard planning a shipyard improvement project, should consider using

Ship Disposal Encounters Enviro, Political Hurdles

May 10, 2004

By Joan M. Bondareff and Charles T. Blocksidge In 2001, Congress directed the Maritime Administration (MarAd) to dispose of all obsolete vessels in its inventory by September 30,

Legal Beat: Criminal Enforcement in the Marine Industry: The Latest Trends

Apr 05, 2004

By Jeanne M. Grasso and Allison L. Fennell The Lay of the Land - or Sea In the past several years, federal prosecutors increasingly have devoted time and resources to pursuing vessel owners,

Deadline for new port security measures approaching

Feb 25, 2004

By Jonathan K. Waldron During a visit to Charleston, S.C. last month, President Bush touted his proposed 13 percent budget increase for homeland security with U.

Waldron Represents Blank Rome in Ferries 2003 Presentation

Nov 14, 2003

Blank Rome LLP has announced that Jonathan K. Waldron, Chair of the Maritime Group, participated in the New Operators Seminar at the Ferries 2003 Presentation Program on November 12ā€“14,

Graykowski Appointed VP at Kvaerner Shipyard

Jan 23, 2003

John Graykowski has joined Kvaerner Philadelphia Shipyard, Inc., as Senior Vice President & General Counsel. John will take up his duties on February 1, 2003.

Blank Rome and Dyer Ellis & Joseph to Join Forces

Jan 09, 2003

Effective January 1, 2003, Blank Rome LLP, a law firm with more than 400 attorneys, combined with Washington, D.C.-based Dyer Ellis & Joseph P.C. Dyer Ellisā€™

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