Trenam Kemker is pleased to announce the launch of the Florida Admiralty Law Advisor, the firm's newest blog providing general information and regulatory updates related to admiralty and maritime law. The blog focuses on commercial maritime disputes and litigation, and offers insights and best practices for those in the industry to maintain and improve compliance. The Florida Admiralty Law Advisor may be accessed at http://www.floridaadmiraltylaw.trenam.com
"We work with clients in various industries who are impacted by the evolving and complicated nature of admiralty and maritime law," said Jason Baruch, a shareholder in Trenam Kemker's Tampa office and chief contributor to the blog. "The Florida Admiralty Law Advisor allows us to better serve our clients by clarifying the legal issues that matter to their business objectives and bottom line. The challenges we tackle on behalf of our clients in these areas are poised to have even greater impact as our state waits to experience the effect of the Panama Canal expansion."
Baruch practices in the firm's Commercial Litigation, and Bankruptcy, Creditors' Rights and Insolvency practice groups. He assists clients impacted by maritime laws in a range of matters, including maritime contracts, carriage of goods, liens, vessel seizure, vessel purchase and sales, dockage issues, collisions, vessel repair and all similar types of commercial matters and disputes among maritime business owners.
For the Florida Admiralty Law Advisor, Baruch covers an array of issues facing maritime professionals, including maritime contract disputes, maritime commercial torts, the interesting ins-and-outs of admiralty jurisdiction in the federal court system, and the implications that the latest legislation and court rulings are having on the maritime industry.