Victory at Sea.

Maritime and admiralty is a cornerstone of Mase Tinelli’s practice. The attorneys at Mase Tinelli have over 75 years of combined maritime and admiralty experience representing a wide array of clients ranging from pleasure boaters to international cruise lines.

87455558In maritime and admiralty cases, action often must be taken outside of the U.S. in a variety of countries and jurisdictions. Developing a strategy that works is critical. Mase Tinelli has the knowledge, experience and talent to guide you through the storm.

Maritime Law governs boating accidents, crewmember claims, environmental disasters, passenger claims, shipping and cargo claims, and various types of commercial agreements.

Mase Tinelli represents yacht and ship owners, and select individuals in a wide variety of legal proceedings:

The firm has extensive experience in a number of related specialized areas:

Mase Tinelli has contributed extensively to the modern maritime jurisprudence, winning and creating groundbreaking law in many key areas of maritime law including:

Mase Tinelli is on the cutting edge in the development of the law regarding maritime arbitration. This includes several landmark decisions enforcing such agreements for the first time. Mase Tinelli has greatly contributed to the development of maritime law on enforcement of forum-selection clauses and foreign choice of law clauses.

For examples of Mase Tinelli’s maritime & admiralty cases, click here for The Firm’s Opinions and Results page.

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Mase Mebane & Briggs

  • 2601 South Bayshore Drive, Suite 800, Miami, FL 33133
  • Telephone: 305-377-3770 Toll Free: 866-957-5777
  • Fax: 305-377-0080

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