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Admiralty and Maritime Law Guide

We publish the Admiralty and Maritime Law Guide, which is the leading guide to maritime law resources on the Internet. The publication includes annotated links to maritime law resources and a database of case digests, opinions and international maritime conventions. The emphasis is on the law of the United States and the focus is on Internet resources that can be used in an effective and practical manner by admiralty attorneys and maritime professionals. It is a recognized publication in the field of maritime law. The Cornell Law Library described the Guide as an "all-encompassing site [that] is a useful bookmark for any user interested in the study and practice of maritime and admiralty law."  The PBS series Frontline in an online resource section for its program "The Lawless Sea" noted that the Guide "offers a wide range of information on maritime law" and is "an excellent guide to international regulations and agreements."  Our attorneys update the Guide weekly with the latest cases and maritime law related sites.

Other Publications

Preferential Transfers: Is the Deprizio Doctrine Dead?

by Jack Weinberg and John Greco

The Bankruptcy Strategist, Vol. XII, No. 12, Oct. 1995

Attorney Fees

by Jack Weinberg and John Greco

The Bankruptcy Strategist, Vol. XIV, No. 6, April 1997

Post-Petition Security Interests

by John Greco

The Bankruptcy Strategist, Vol. XV, No. 11, Sept. 1998