Mabbett is proud to advise and represent companies and other institutions whose technologies and services help protect our oceans from invasive organisms, enhance the security of marine commerce and critical infrastructure, further marine mammal and other research, and play important roles in enabling the sustainability in the opening of the Arctic as our planet’s climate changes. Mabbett’s Marine Technology – Maritime Services Group is a unique integration of maritime, environmental, legal, engineering and scientific disciplines that have been honed by years of experience in dealing with the highly-regulated areas of oceanic technologies and research, shipping, maritime security, coastal infrastructure development and littoral environmental protection - often in the context of defense or other governmental contracting - in both the United States and abroad.
The group is led by Mabbett Vice President Harlan Doliner, who teaches maritime security and offshore renewable energy courses at the law school level. Mr. Doliner is the immediate past president and current board member of MOTN, the Marine & Oceanographic Technology Network, (See, www.MOTN.org) to which the firm belongs. Harlan is a member of the Massachusetts Seaport Economic Council, having been appointed by Governor Baker. He also serves on the Management Committee overseeing the Massachusetts Bays National Estuary Program, on the Board of Directors of the New England Marine Renewable Energy Collaborative, and on the Advisory Board for the Blue Incubator Public Benefit Corporation.