Attorneys won a motion for summary judgment in a maritime personal-injury action filed by a passenger against a Florida cruise ship operator. Defendant cruise line successfully argued there was no personal jurisdiction over it in New Jersey, since, among other things, the cruise line did not advertise in NJ, the passenger did not buy her ticket in NJ, and the cruise line did not have an office, any employees or agents in NJ. The court also ruled there was no subject-matter jurisdiction in NJ because the passenger ticket had a forum selection clause designating state court in Florida for all disputes brought under the passenger contract.