James W. Stroup
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Admiralty Law; General Civil and Trial Practice; Admiralty and Maritime Law; Boat Manufacturing Liability; Carriage of Goods by Sea; Charter Parties; Charter Party Arbitration; Cruise Ship Injuries; Diving and Offshore Injuries; Inland Marine Insurance; Inland Marine Law; International Maritime Law; Jones Act; Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation Act; Marine Environmental Law; Marine Cargo; Marine Insurance; Marine Insurance Defense; Marine Insurance Salvage; Marine Law; Marine Liability; Marine Oil Spills; Marine Pollution; Marine Salvage Rights; Marine Subrogation; Maritime Accidents; Maritime Administrative Law; Maritime Arbitration; Maritime Commercial Law; Maritime Contracts; Maritime Finance; Maritime Law; Maritime Liens; Maritime Negligence; Maritime Personal Injury; Maritime Products Liability; Maritime Property Damage; Maritime Regulation; Recreational Boating Law; Seamens Claims; Ship Documentation; Ship Finance; Ship Foreclosure; Ship Registration; Ship Sales and Mortgages; Shipbuilding and Repair; Shipping; Shipping Regulation; Shipyard Litigation; Appellate Practice; Civil Appeals; Personal Injury; Aquatic Injuries; Boating Accidents; Brain Injury; Head Injury; Third Party Wrongful Death; Wrongful Death; Plaintiffs Personal Injury; Personal Injury Mediation; Personal Injury Defense; Personal Injury Appeals; Personal Injury Arbitration; Catastrophic Injury; Foreclosures; Bankruptcy; Federal Civil Practice; Casinos and Gambling; Riverboat Gaming Law; Casino Law; Commercial Collections; Post Judgment Collections; Secured Collections; Contracts; Breach of Contract; Contract Litigation; Commercial Contracts; Corporate Law; Oil Spills; Civil Litigation; Complex Litigation; Federal Civil Litigation; Federal Litigation; Trial Practice; U.S. Supreme Court Litigation; Bills of Lading; Cargo Claims; International Shipping; Torts; Civil Liability; Tort Defense; Tort Liability; Marina Liability; Property Damage
1990, Florida; U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida; U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida; U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit; U.S. Supreme CourtLaw School: Nova Southeastern University, J.D. 1989
University of Florida, B.A. with high honors
The Florida Bar.
Biography: Proctor in Admiralty, Maritime Law Association of the United States. Member, Southeastern Admiralty Law Institute.Born: Michigan, 1962 James W. Stroup has been Board Certified in Admiraly and Maritime Law by the Florida Bar since 1996. James W. Stroup has been recognized by the Maritime Law Association of the United States as a Proctor in Admiralty since 1994.