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Maritime Arbitration

Maritime Arbitration and Maritime Arbitrator

Admiralty Maritime laws and regulations (also referred to as maritime) govern local, federal and international maritime cases affecting commercial fishing, governmental agencies, marinas, ports, harbors and coastline matters. You may want to consult an attorney before Maritime Arbitration to discuss the legal consequences.

Arbitration is a legally binding method of resolving Maritime disputes outside the courts. Companies often include an arbitration clause in their commercial contracts, so that if a dispute arises the parties involved are obliged to arbitrate their dispute rather than pursue traditional court litigation.

Maritime laws and regulations monitor the duties, rights,and liabilities of commercial maritime businesses and private individuals. Arbitrator specializing in Admiralty Maritime Law might be able to provide assistance on Maritime cases such as:

  • Cargo Shipping
  • Marine Commerce
  • Maritime Contracts
  • International Waters
  • Marine Insurance
  • Cruise Ships and Ferries
  • Ship Owners
  • Sailors and Maritime Workers
  • Fisheries
  • Environmental Pollution and Oil Spills
  • Maritime Injury Claim and Jones Act
  • Nationality Flag Flown by Ship
  • Maritime Liens and Salvage

Find Admiralty Maritime Arbitration and Maritime Arbitrator in the Arbitration Directory