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Thursday, June 19, 2014

Jonathan H. Dunleavy Named To SEALI Board

Miami, FL – Fowler White Burnett attorney, Jonathan H. Dunleavy, has been chosen to represent South Florida on the board of directors of the Southeastern Admiralty Law Institute (SEALI). He also will speak at SEALI’s seminar in New Orleans, LA on June 27 on the topic of marine insurance subrogation.  

A successful litigator for nearly 15 years, Dunleavy has vast experience in the areas of admiralty and maritime law, marine insurance, personal injury, commercial litigation, and products liability. He was instrumental in achieving favorable appellate decisions for the maritime industry in the areas of Act of God and forum non convenient.  

Dunleavy is active in South Florida’s maritime community, including the Fort Lauderdale Mariners Club and Propeller Club. His professional, non-legal, background includes experience as an adjunct professor at the University of Miami, where he has taught public speaking since 2005. 

SEALI was originated in 1968 to provide a forum for the discussion of admiralty and maritime law, and its practice and administration, among practitioners in the ports of the Southeastern United States.  SEALI currently comprises approximately 600 members. For more information, visit

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