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Current Issues in Maritime Law

Publication Year: October 21, 2011   Publication Type: Coursebook

Table of Contents:

 Summary of Contents
 Program Schedule
 Chapter One- Choosing to Sue in State or Federal Court- Strategic Considerations in Maritime Claims
 Chapter Two- Punitive Damages from a Plaintiff's Counsel's Perspectiv E
 Chapter Three- Punitive Damages from a Defense-insurer's Counsel's Perspective
 Chapter Four- A Proposal to Revise the Local Admiralty Rules for the U. S. District Court for the Western District of Washington
 Chapter Five- Surface Carrier Cargo Liability after the Kirby-sompo Japan- Royal Benoit Line of Cases- Does Cogsa or Carmack Govern in Through Intermodal Transports
 Chapter Six- Ethical Issues in Dealing with Uscg Investigations
 Chapter Seven- Piracy from the Marine Insurer S Perspective
 Chapter Eight- Solvent Schemes of Arrangement
 Chapter Nine- Uniform Certificate of Vessel Title Act and Other Items of Interest
 Chapter Ten- Current Issues in Marine Pollution and Salvage
 Chapter Eleven- Maritime Case Law Update- Omnibus Review of Recent Maritime Cases of Importance
 Chapter Twelve- Nmfs Enforcement Issues
 Chapter Thirteen- Litigating Maritime Cases with the Department of Justice