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Current Issues in Maritime Law- 2015

Publication Year: November 5, 2015   Publication Type: Coursebook

Authors:
Kevin Beauchamp Smith, Hon. Chad Allred, Charles B. Anderson, Paul L. Anderson, Charles M. Davis, Jesse J. Eldred, Hon. Paris K. Kallas (Ret.), Stan Loosmore, Hon. M. Margaret McKeown, Nick Neidzwski, Gary Purdom, Professor Thomas Schoenbaum, Jack Warfield, Philip E. Weiss

Table of Contents:

 Title
 Co-Chairs And Faculty
 Summary Of Contents
 Program Schedule
 Co-Chair Biographies
Chapter One- Maritime Case Law Update
 Chapter Two- Are Jones Act Personal Injury Cases Subject To Arbitration? Insights Into The Ongoing Debate Over The Enforcement Of Arbitration Clauses In Seamen's Contracts
 Chapter Three- Wish List: Admiralty Issues That The U.S. Supreme Court Should Decide
Chapter Four- The Washington Usl&H Assigned Risk Plan ("WARP"), The Source For Harborworkers' Insurance For Small Business
 Chapter Five- View From The King County Superior Court Bench
 Chapter Six- Celebrating Women On The High Seas - In Admiralty And Otherwise
 Chapter Seven- Navigating Through Federal And State Marine Environmental Regulations - Preemption Issues Following Intertanko And Deepwater Horizon
 Chapter Eight- A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Selected Forum: A Practitioner's Guide To Enforcing Or Challenging A Forum Selection Clause
 Chapter Nine- Think Local Admiralty Rules Are Uniform? Think Again!
 Chapter Ten- Cedell V. Farmers Insurance Co. - The Erosion Of The Attorney- Client Privilege In Insurance Claims
 Chapter Eleven- Mediation: What Works, What Doesn't
 Chapter Twelve- Arbitration: What Works, What Doesn't