Alan R. Davis

As a member of Chaffe McCall's Admiralty Section, Alan Davis concentrates his practice on litigation in the areas of insurance defense and maritime law, including vessel collisions, carriage of goods, maritime liens, and personal injury, as well as criminal defense of ship owners and crew. Mr. Davis also regularly represents clients in regulatory and administrative proceedings, including proceedings before the National Pollution Fund Center, U.S. Customs & Border Protection, Office of Foreign Assets Control, among others.

Cockett Marine Limited v. M/V Lion, et al., 2011 WL 1833286 (E.D.La. 2011) - successfully obtained an order vacating a Rule C arrest and Rule B attachment of a vessel seized for alleged nonpayment of bunkers, including an award of costs and fee against the seizing party.

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Areas of Practice 1) Admiralty
Law School Tulane University Law School
Education B.A., Tulane University, 2003
Bar Member / Association Bar Association of the Fifth Federal Circuit
Most recent firm Chaffe McCall LLP
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