Blanck & Cooper
specializes in the following areas of practice: maritime law; OSHA regulations and compliance; transportation and logistics; warehousing; freight forwarding; shipping; import/export; cargo defense and claims; account collection; and issues involving the Federal Maritime Commission and U.S. Customs in providing the highest-quality legal services in a cost-effective and timely manner in Miami, throughout the State of Florida, and the United States. All of our attorney’s have earned a reputation for aggressively representing the best interests of our clients all the while obtaining the best results. Blanck & Cooper offers personalized, professional service with clear, accurate advice regardless of the complexity of the case.
The heart of the firm’s practice
is multimodal transportation, logistics, and maritime law. This includes issues affecting the movement of goods by land, air and sea, ocean transportation intermediaries (OTI) providers such as freight forwarders and NVOCC’s, transport insurers, and related entities.
We offer a full range of legal services
from drafting contracts and forming business organizations to representing clients in cases involving OSHA, Federal Maritime Commission, U.S. Customs, insurance defense, and admiralty law with appearances in state and federal court and arbitration proceedings. The law firm of Blanck & Cooper has more than 50 years of combined experience in maritime law, logistics, and transportation law. Moreover, our maritime and transportation attorneys have extensive experience dealing with issues including the Jones Act, the Longshore & Harbor Workers’ Act, port terminal leases, freight forwarding and NVOCC disputes, cargo claims, wrongful death and personal injury. Our firm represents more than two-thirds of terminal operators at the Port of Miami on a regular basis, as well as several at Port Everglades. We also represent more local base shipping lines than any other law firm.
- Logistics and Transportation
- Shipping and cargo disputes & claims
- Tractor-Trailer personal injury & wrongful death defense
- Issues involving port terminal operators
- Maritime law
- OSHA standards, regulation & compliance
- Federal Maritime Commission
- Licensing & disputes
- OTI issues involving freight forwarders & NVOCC’s
- U.S. Customs and foreign governmental seizures & disputes
- Longshore & Harbor Workers’ Act
- Account collections