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The New York Produce Exchange at Bowling Green was the leading export market for wheat, cotton-seed oil, flour and lard. It gave its name to a form time charter party contract. The old building was considered an architectural masterpiece in its time, featuring an enormous skylighted hall. It was torn down in 1959.

The New York Produce Exchange

Cichanowicz Callan Keane & De May, LLP

Paul M. Keane


Paul Keane began practicing at the old Cichanowicz & Callan firm in 1973 and today there is no one more knowledgeable about the operational aspects of the transportation industry. In addition to cargo claims litigation, Mr. Keane has developed an extensive practice in Federal Maritime Commission regulatory matters. He is called upon by major steamship lines to draft and review inter-carrier agreements such as slot and space charters, and operating agreements. Mr. Keane has been named in the 2007 - 2015 editions of New York Super Lawyers. He has also been named one of the World's leading lawyers by Chambers International (2001 - 2008), and one of New York's top lawyers by New York Magazine (2007).

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