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Transportation: Shipping/Maritime: Finance - USA - Nationwide
"He is very practical and rational in his approach to negotiating legal points. He is great to work with and realistic in managing the bottom line." "He is very knowledgeable about maritime and depot matters and makes very sound decisions, really navigating us through the matters."
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John E. Bradley is a Shareholder at Vedder Price and a member of the Global Transportation Finance team, concentrating his practice in the areas of commercial and maritime law.
He has particular experience handling marine terminal and port projects, including the leasing, financing, structuring, development and regulation of marine terminal properties and concessions. He represents lenders, borrowers, ship owners, container lessors, marine terminal operators and stevedores and industrial companies in the acquisition, disposition, leasing, financing and documentation of vessels, containers, terminal facilities, and other marine assets and properties.
Mr. Bradley also represents financial institutions, leasing companies and maritime lienors in mortgage foreclosure, vessel arrest and collateral recovery proceedings throughout the United States and has extensive international experience in the enforcement of security interests in vessels and other forms of marine collateral. He has been advising and representing the interests of secured creditors and lessors in numerous international shipping bankruptcies for nearly 30 years.
Member, Section of International Law, American Bar Association
Member, Committee on Export Controls and Economic Sanctions
Member, Maritime Law Association of the United States
Member, Committee on Stevedores, Marine Terminals and Vessel Services
Member, New York City Bar Association
Member, Committee on Admiralty