Michael T. Moore
Michael T. Moore has been practicing maritime and aviation law for over forty years. Before founding his own firm, he was a partner at Holland & Knight, where he chaired the firm's Marine and Aviation Practice and served several terms on the firm's Board of Directors. Prior to Holland & Knight, Mr. Moore was associated with Messrs. Burlingham, Underwood & Lord in New York and Jeddah, Saudi Arabia offices.
Erin Ackor is a 2002 honors graduate of the University of Florida College of Law. She earned a Master of Science in Maritime Management from Maine Maritime Academy and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Maine. She is a member of the Florida Bar.
Clay Naughton attended Tulane University Law School, where he pursued a course of study in one of the most extensive and respected Admiralty Law curriculum in the United States. Mr. Naughton received his Juris Doctor, as well as a Certificate in Maritime Law recognizing his expertise in the field of admiralty.
Anny Martin graduated from the University of Florida Levin College of Law. While at UF Law, Ms. Martin was extremely involved in the executive boards of various on-campus organizations including serving as President of the International Law Society, Vice President of Internal Communication of the Hispanic National Bar Association and Vice President of the Cuban American Bar Association of the university. She was also the Student Works Editor of the Florida Journal of International Law.
Christopher R. Jaramillo
Christopher R. Jaramillo graduated from the American University Washington College of Law. There, Mr. Jaramillo was the Captain of his ABA Arbitration Competition Team and also served as a Volunteer Income Tax Assistant with the District of Columbia’s Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) Campaign to provide high quality, no-cost tax preparation services to low-income individuals and families. After earning his Juris Doctor from American University, he moved back home to South Florida to practice law and earn his Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Taxation from the University of Miami School of law.
Kavan Vartak graduated from Tulane Law School. While there, Mr. Vartak focused on maritime and admiralty law and received his Maritime Law Certificate upon graduation. Additionally, he was the Senior Business Editor for the Tulane Journal of Law & Sexuality in which he was selected to have his article on Title IX published. Furthermore, Mr. Vartak worked in the Tulane Environmental Law Clinic as a student attorney protecting Louisiana’s wetlands and waterways.