Edward W. Floyd
In practicing law, I strive to thoroughly understand the client’s objectives for each matter and then to develop and implement an effective strategy for achieving those aims. My approach reflects my background of twenty-plus years of active and reserve military service. I employ a planning process, assertively implement the resulting plan, and always remain cognizant of the fact that the plan may need to change. What I enjoy most about that process is delivering successful results for the client.
Ed Floyd has 14 years of legal experience. Before the launch of our firm in 2017, Ed was a partner focused on maritime and international commodities trading law at a mid-sized NY firm, and before that, he practiced with a large, international firm. Ed’s maritime and trade practice is complemented by his own professional experience with logistical operations. He is a graduate of the US Naval Academy and subsequently served as an officer in the US Marine Corps (5+ years active duty, 15+ in the Reserves). As such, he has spent time at sea, participated in the loading of heavy equipment onto vessels, and coordinated complex logistical operations.
- US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
- US District Court for the Southern District of New York
- US District Court for the Eastern District of New York
- US District Court for the District of New Jersey
- Bar of the State of New York
- Bar of the State of New Jersey
- Juris Doctorate, Fordham Law School, New York, New York
- Bachelor of Science (with merit), United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland
- Graduate of US Marine Corps Command & Staff College (DEP)
- Active member serving on the Local Rules Committee of the United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York.
- Served on the US Maritime Law Association’s committee tasked with planning for the 2016 joint meetings / conventions of the US MLA and the Comite Maritime Internationale.
- Regularly authors articles and presents at various venues concerning recent legal developments of interest