"A Master of Maritime Law"
- Miami Herald "World renowned legal expert"
- The Yacht Report "One of the most respected practitioners in the Yachts and Superyachts Sector”
- Chambers & Partners
The lawyers of Moore & Co. have more than 30 years of experience specializing in the areas of maritime law, art law, and aviation law. With that extensive knowledge, our law firm in Miami (Coral Gables), Florida services clients throughout the world in these three highly specialized industries. If you are not familiar with these industries, let us walk you through them below.
At Moore & Company we assist clients with matters in the areas of:
Maritime & Admiralty Law
Maritime & Admiralty law relates to commerce and navigation on the high seas as well as on other navigable waters. This includes law ranging from the substantive law and procedural rules associated with legal maritime law of the United States to the law pertaining to carriage of goods.
Aviation law includes all facets of the law dealing with the ownership, operation, maintenance, and use of aircraft, airports, and airspace. Our Aviation attorneys deal with cases involving licensing and aeromedical issues that are encompassed by the Federal Aviation Act.
Art law includes all facets of the law dealing with the acquisition, ownership, or sale of and disputes deriving from the works of art and cultural property. Our Art law practice services range from legal issues relating to digital art to insurance claims.
Contact us for more information on our services by calling our Coral Gables law office at (786) 221-0600. You can also read the professional profiles of our highly qualified attorneys to find out their backgrounds or find out more about Moore & Company. Our attorneys are admitted to practice in Florida, Louisiana, New York, and Washington D.C. in the areas of litigation and transactional law and take on both local and international cases. Here at Moore & Company, our staff and lawyers are prepared to assist you in the full range of your maritime, aviation, and art law needs.