Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Purdy, Lamb & Catoggio, New York City, for libelant O'Donnell Transp. Co., Inc.; Edmund F. Lamb, New York City, of counsel.
Foley & Martin, New York City, for libelant W. J. Townsend; John H. Hanrahan, New York City, of counsel.
Burlingham, Underwood, Barron, Wright & White, New York City, for M/V Maryland Trader; Eugene Underwood, Joseph C. Smith, New York City, of counsel.
United States District Court S. D. New York.
FREDERICK van PELT BRYAN, District Judge.
These are two suits in rem to recover for swell damage to vessels moored in libelants' yards at Tottenville, Staten Island, and to installations at the yards, allegedly caused by the claimant M/V Maryland Trader, a T-2 tanker, on December 21, 1959. The suits were tried together before me.
Libelant O'Donnell Transportation Company, Inc. (O'Donnell) operated a boat yard at Tottenville where a tug, barges and other craft...
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