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  • E-PAPER Going down to the sea but not with the ship

    Despite the public expectation that a captain should stay with his stricken ship, criminalisation of masters for taking the exit door is relatively rare, writes shipping lawyer and former mariner John Fulweiler of Rhode Island law firm Fulweiler LLC

    Weekly  tradewindsnews.com 30 May 2014 Monica Alcalde

    E-PAPER Court reverses ruling on ill effects of stressful job at sea

    crew lawsuits.But the decision does not end the debate over liability for stress-related injuries.John Fulweiler, a maritime lawyer who runs Rhode Island law firm Fulweiler LLC, says the case sets up a disagreement between the circuits in their reading of the Gottshall case.But he notes that he favours

    Weekly  tradewindsnews.com 23 May 2014 Eric Martin Stamford

    Widow accuses BP of shirking responsibilities

    believed killed or drowned.” No crew-member testimony exists suggesting a suicide, wrote John Fulweiler of the DeOrchis & Partners maritime law firm. No e...and information, according to Fulweiler’s legal complaint on the widow’s behalf. London’s Duval Vassiliades Solicitors are also representing the widow

    Weekly  tradewindsnews.com 27 May 2010 Bob Rust Stamford