Norwalk, Conn., maritime attorney Matthew Marion is no stranger to piracy on the high seas.

In his more than 22 years practicing law in New York and now Connecticut, he has represented insurance companies that have had to pay out on two ships stolen at sea and never returned. And he has been involved from a legal standpoint in numerous instances of pirates stealing cargo from ships and then demanding ransom payments from insurers.

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