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Events & Speaking Engagements

Monday, June 26, 2023

Shareholder James N. Hurley Presented at the Southeastern Admiralty Law Institute 2023 Annual Seminar

Fowler White is pleased to announce that Shareholder and Maritime Practice Group Chair, James Hurley, presented "Trying to Reason with Hurricane Season" at the Southeastern Admiralty Law Institute 2023 Annual Seminar held June 22-24, 2023 at the Opal Grand Oceanfront Resort in Delray Beach, Florida.

Florida Bar Board Certified in Admiralty & Maritime Law, Jim represents domestic and international insurers, cargo carriers, major cruise lines, operators and charter companies, and marina and terminal owners and operators in negotiating and drafting various marine-related contracts essential to their business, including the purchase, construction and sale of vessels, financing and vessel registration, concessionaire contracts, contracts for charters, and storage contracts. Additionally, he regularly assists private clients with purchasing, financing, and registering multi-million dollar vessels for personal use.

Jim has significant experience trying maritime and admiralty cases in state and federal courts, and frequently represents clients in disputes including passenger and crew personal injury claims, first party coverage disputes, property damage claims, and commercial disputes. He also advises clients on regulatory compliances issues and defends civil, criminal, and administrative enforcement actions.

About the Southeastern Admiralty Law Institute

On October 15, 1968, a meeting was held at the Grand Hotel at Point Clear, Alabama, for the purpose of organizing an Admiralty Law Institute to provide a forum for the discussion of admiralty and maritime law, and its practice and administration, among practitioners in the ports of the Southeastern United States. Regular membership in the organization is limited to attorneys admitted to practice in the states of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas and Maryland, who are interested in the practice of admiralty law. Attorneys from other states are eligible for non-resident membership, and any citizen of the United States who is not an attorney but who is engaged in a maritime or maritime-related occupation or activity is eligible for associate membership.











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