Anthony Mavronicolas is an AV rated attorney with over 40 years of experience with both litigation and International Arbitration. His practice is concentrated in the areas of commercial law, litigation, and arbitration with particular emphasis on the maritime industry and commodity trading industry. He has significant maritime experience litigating and arbitrating cases in areas such as: maritime casualties, marine contracts, cargo damage, charter party and bill of lading disputes, commodity contract disputes, and insurance disputes.
Mr. Mavronicolas is a litigator with broad-based civil litigation experience, including complex commercial litigation and appellate work. He has successfully represented plaintiffs and defendants in numerous civil litigations in both Federal and State court. Mr. Mavronicolas also has significant arbitration experience having argued dozens of cases before the Society of Maritime Arbitrators, the American Arbitration Association, the Rice Millers Association, the National Grain and Feed Association, the National Futures Association, the International Center for Dispute Resolution and the International Chamber of Commerce.
Mr. Mavronicolas was a former partner at Hill Rivkins before devoting more time to teaching and starting his own Litigation and Arbitration boutique.
Mr. Mavronicolas received a Bachelor of Arts degrees in Political Science and Philosophy with Honors from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and his law degree from Tulane University Law School. He was an adjunct professor for over twenty years at the State University of New York Maritime where his teaching and research interests are in alternate dispute resolution, international business law, development policy and environmental law. He has also been an adjunct professor at Tulane University Law School where he has taught courses in maritime arbitration, charterparties and conflicts of law.
Mr. Mavronicolas is fluent in Greek and conversant in French.