Admiralty & Maritime Attorney Craig Liszt Obtains Board Certification
June 17, 2016
Craig P. Liszt, attorney in the Miami office of ROIG Lawyers, recently became Board Certified in Admiralty and Maritime Law by The Florida Bar. This certification allows Liszt to publicly represent himself as a specialist in Admiralty and Maritime Law. It also demonstrates Liszt’s competency and experience in Admiralty and Maritime Law.
Board-certified attorneys must have practiced law a minimum of five years with substantial involvement in the area for which certification is sought. Liszt had to pass a rigorous examination, satisfy continuing legal education requirements and receive a satisfactory peer review assessment on character, ethics and professionalism.
“Being board-certified is the highest level of recognition an attorney can achieve,” Craig said. “I worked hard for this recognition, and I’m honored to have achieved it.”
“Craig’s certification demonstrates his tremendous accomplishment and continuous effort to solidify himself as a leader in the admiralty and maritime practice,” said Michael A. Rosenberg, managing partner of ROIG Lawyers.
About the Attorney
Craig has dedicated the last 7 years to exclusively practicing admiralty and maritime law. He handles all types of marine-related litigation, including Jones Act, passenger claims, recreational marine claims, collision/allision cases, product liability claims, first party marine insurance coverage disputes, cargo claims, marine salvage, liens, environmental pollution and grounding claims, and international arbitration of seamen’s claims. Craig has represented a number of large cruise line corporations and various large insurance companies.