John K. Fulweiler has litigated and arbitrated lawsuits for more than twelve years and his advocacy has been reported on by such publications as Sounding's TradeOnly Today, the international shipping newspaper, TradeWinds, and the Boat Owners' Association of the United States' Consumer Protection Bureau.  He regularly speaks on topics concerning admiralty and maritime law, and maintains a popular blog with WorkBoat Magazine. 


Publications:  (A complete list is available upon request.)


Cleaner Seas Magazine;; New England Fisheries News;; Southern Boating; The Good Old Boat; The Marine Assistance Industry Journal; The Women's Maritime Association Newsletter;; WorkBoat Magazine, et al.


Published Articles:  (A complete list is available upon request.)


  Refreshing your knowledge of marine salvage.  Cleaner Seas Magazine, 2010.

  Is your boat a lemon?, 2009.

  Maritime boat contracts., 2009.

  Practical legal advice for boaters., 2008.

  Finding an admiralty lawyer., 2008.

  Insurer or friend?  WorkBoat Magazine, 2008.

  The benefit of a lawyer's eye.  WorkBoat Magazine, 2007.

  Consult an attorney from the get-go.  WorkBoat Magazine, 2007.

  Overcoming a criminal record at license time.  WorkBoat Magazine, 2007.

  The Fifth Circuit makes seaman personally liable for property damages.  WorkBoat Magazine, 2006.

  Admiralty attorneys have the answers.  WorkBoat Magazine, 2006.

  The Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation Act of 2006.  WorkBoat Magazine, 2006.

  Understanding the role of a maritime attorney.  WorkBoat Magazine, 2006.

  The law supports whistleblowers.  WorkBoat Magazine, 2005.

  Written charter agreements are good business.  WorkBoat Magazine, 2005.

  Charting the maritime litigation waters.  WorkBoat Magazine, 2005.

  The law doesn't tolerate an unfit crew.  WorkBoat Magazine, 2005.

  Salvaging a salvage award.  WorkBoat Magazine, 2005.

  The law supports teamwork.  WorkBoat Magazine, 2004.

  What to consider when hiring a maritime attorney.  WorkBoat Magazine, 2004.

  Salvage Awards, WorkBoat Magazine, 2004.

  Gender in the Context of a Marine Injury: A Losing Argument,, 2002.

  Boarding Basics: What to expect when the U.S. Coast Guard invites themselves aboard.  The Good Old Boat.

Fulweiler llc
Legal Counsel to the Admiralty,
Maritime & Transportation Sectors
Telephone: (401) 667-0977
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