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Charles R. Powell, Attorney at Law

Charles Powell has a law practice in Manchester (NH)
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111 Amherst Street, Manchester, NH 03101
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    Hillsborough: Manchester
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    Fishing boat owners seeks $200K award for vessel rescue
    Seacoastonline.com Ouellette said maritime law encourages boat crews to rescue other vessels in distress and in exchange, admiralty judges, who preside only in federal courts, order monetary rewards. According to the suit Ouellette filed on behalf of the Amy Philbrick ... more »
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    Charleston Post Courier (subscription) Previously, he was with the admiralty and maritime group at Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice LLP. He has a bachelor's degree from the College of William & Mary, a master's degree from the University of Virginia and a law degree from the University of ... more »
    SeaStreak ferry crash brings 37 federal court claims
    Asbury Park Press “There are different rules that apply, Admiralty law applies to all incidents that occur in navigable waters in the U.S.,” said Attorney Andrew Buchsbaum of Morganville, who is representing three SeaStreak passengers who filed claims. “There are many ... more »
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