Delos Flint, Jr. and Benjamin Kadden to Speak at 2019 Southeastern Admiralty Law Institute Seminar



Delos Flint, Jr.                                                                         Benjamin Kadden

Lugenbuhl litigators Delos Flint, Jr. and Benjamin Kadden will serve as speakers at the upcoming Southeastern Admiralty Law Institute Annual Seminar. The event will take place June 27-29 at the InterContinental New Orleans. Lugenbuhl is a Silver Sponsor of the event.

Flint and Kadden will speak about the effects of insolvency on maritime transactions and rights on Friday, June 28. The annual seminar provides CLE credits for the states that comprise the Southeastern Admiralty Law Institute, including Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas and Maryland.

The Southeastern Admiralty Law Institute has more than 600 members and was established to provide a forum for discussion of the practice and administration of admiralty and maritime law among attorneys in the ports of the Southeastern United States. 

Members can register for the Annual Seminar here, and non-members can register here. The full program and agenda is available here.

Flint and Kadden are frequent speakers at conferences and seminars pertaining to their core practice areas. Flint has extensive commercial and civil litigation experience in the maritime and energy sectors. Kadden’s practice is focused on corporate bankruptcy and commercial law, and he has deep experience with large, complex Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases. 

View Flint’s profile and Kadden’s profile for more information about their practices and accolades.

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