Current Issues in Maritime Law (November 2015) [C16800]

Current Issues in Maritime Law (November 2015) [C16800] - In Stock

Seminar Date: November 5, 2015
List Price:$70.00
This seminar took place on November 5, 2015 in Seattle, WA.

Table of Contents:

Chapter 1: Maritime Case Law Update
Charles M. Davis

Chapter 2: Are Jones Act Personal Injury Cases Subject to Arbitration? Insights into the Ongoing Debate over the Enforcement of Arbitration Clauses in Seamen's Contracts
Nick Neidzwski

Chapter 3: Wish List Admiralty Law Issues That the U.S. Supreme Court Should Decide
Professor Thomas Schoenbaum

Chapter 4: The Washington USL&H Assigned Risk Plan ("WARP"), the Source for the Harborworkers' Insurance for Small Business
Gary Purdom

Chapter 5: View from the King County Superior Court Bench
Hon. Chad Allred

*No materials were submitted for this portion of the program.

Chapter 6: Celebrating Women on the High Seas - In Admiralty and Otherwise
Hon. M. Margaret McKeown

Chapter 7: Navigating through Federal and State Marine Environmental Regulations - Preemption Issues Following Intertanko and Deepwater Horizon
Charles B. Anderson

Chapter 8: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Selected Forum: A Practitioner's Guide to Enforcing or Challenging a Forum Selection Clause
Jesse J. Eldred

Chapter 9: Think Local Admiralty Rules Are Uniform? Think Again!
Stan Lossmore
Philip E. Weiss

Chapter 10: Cedell v. Farmers Insurance Co. - The Erosion of the Attorney-Client Privilege in Insurance Claims
Paul L. Anderson

Chapter 11: Mediation: What Works, What Doesn't
Hon. Paris K. Kallas

*No materials were submitted for this portion of the program.

Chapter 12: Arbitration: What Works, What Doesn't
Jack Warfield

Coursebook contains 273 pages