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NY Maritime Law Firm Cited as a Top Practice

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

May 19, 2015

  • Daniel G. McDermott
  • Edward C. Radzik
  • Daniel G. McDermott Daniel G. McDermott
  • Edward C. Radzik Edward C. Radzik

The Maritime Litigation Practice Group in the New York City office of Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin, has been recognized among the top national maritime practices by Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business.

Recognized in the Nationwide: Transportation: Shipping: Litigation (New York) category, the firm was recognized for "offering services across the gamut of admiralty and marine insurance law work, spanning product claims, cargo claims and property subrogation."
Daniel G. McDermott, co-chair of the firm's maritime practice, and Edward C. Radzik, shareholder within the group, were cited as "notable practitioners" in the Chambers ranking. While both attorneys have received Chambers recognition in this area several times before, this year Mr. McDermott was specifically cited for his industry knowledge and representation of vessel owners and public authorities in the defense of maritime construction projects. Radzik was cited as an "experienced and knowledgeable technician" in his handling of cargo damage and loss, collision and pollution claims.
Marshall Dennehey's Maritime Litigation Practice Group serves national and international clients in all facets of admiralty and marine insurance law from offices in New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania and Florida. The group's attorneys represent shipowners, terminal operators, underwriters, cruise lines, trucking companies, vessel manufacturers and more, in a wide variety of marine and inland marine litigation including catastrophic loss, marine insurance and reinsurance, Jones Act, cargo recovery and other matters.

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