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Edward Myron Bull III

Edward Myron Bull III


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Attorney Biography

Licensed for 35 years, Edward Myron Bull III is a Personal Injury and Admiralty and Maritime Law lawyer in Oakland California who attended University of San Francisco School of Law

Practice Areas

 
Personal Injury (50%)
 
Admiralty and Maritime Law (50%)

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Résumé - Edward Myron Bull III

Bar Licenses

California State Bar
California
Member in Good Standing
1989

Education

University of San Francisco School of Law
University of San Francisco School of Law

Specialty Certifications

State Bar of California
Board Certified Specialist
Admiralty and Maritime Law
State Bar of California

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Edward Myron Bull III

825 Washington St Suite 233
Oakland, CA 94607
Office: 510-268-6180
Fax: 510-268-6181

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Bar License Information

California Bar Membership -

Edward Myron Bull III - Profile information with the State Bar of California - Find more information about Edward Myron Bull III on the State Bar of California website, including: current status, actions affecting eligibility to practice law and disciplinary history.


Specialty Certification Information

Admiralty & Maritime Law Certification -

CBLS Board Certification in Admiralty and Maritime Law - Lawyers certified in Admiralty and Maritime Law by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization have demonstrated substantial involvement in this area of practice.

The CBLS defines admiralty and maritime law as the "practice of law dealing with substantive and procedural aspects of the law that governs vessels, navigation and shipping."

Admiralty and maritime law also includes "injury and other claims by maritime workers and passengers, debts and torts of vessels, marine insurance, vessel charters, marine casualties, salvage and wreck removal, marine pollution, carriage of goods and cargo damage or loss, piracy, pilotage and towage."

Admiralty and maritime law also includes the "statutes and regulations that govern the operation of vessels, piers, marinas, and the impact of pollution upon navigable waters and, under certain circumstances, may include these activities on the high seas."


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