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In today’s global economy, our system of commerce relies on an efficient ocean transportation industry.  Whether you are a vessel owner, operator, logistics provider, terminal operator, or user of the ocean transportation system, you need the assistance of legal counsel who is familiar with the business and regulatory challenges faced by maritime participants.

If you are engaged in the maritime transportation business, Florida maritime lawyer Eric Roper has the knowledge and experience to assist you.  With his years of experience as a trial attorney in the Bureau of Enforcement at the U.S. Federal Maritime Commission, Mr. Roper represents maritime industry clients in proceedings before regulatory agencies, as well as in federal and state courts.  He can help maritime businesses navigate a variety of legal challenges—from complex antitrust and regulatory issues to disputes before courts and administrative agencies.

When your business interacts with the U.S. government, you deserve representation by experienced counsel.  Mr. Roper's understanding of the regulatory, legislative, and commercial issues affecting your business allows him to provide solutions to your legal issues with minimal impact on your business operations.




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