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SeaStreak ferry. Photo: Wikipedia.

On the morning of Jan. 9, 2013, a SeaStreak commuter ferry carrying more than 300 passengers crashed into a pier near Wall Street in Lower Manhattan. More than a hundred people were injured, and in the days and weeks that followed, 46 passengers would sue the ferry owner in federal court.

Jennifer Williams-Alvarez

Jennifer Williams-Alvarez is based in New York and covers corporate law departments.

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