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FANE LOZMAN v. THE CITY OF RIVIERA BEACH, FLORIDA

U.S. Supreme Court Decision

The U.S. Supreme Court has now ruled that Lozman’s houseboat was a "floating home" and has ruled that his floating home is not a vessel. ...more

Infrastructure Alert - January 3, 2013

The 112th Congress adjourned before voting on any Hurricane Sandy relief bill. Although the Senate passed a $60.4 billion relief bill, the House did not hold a vote on it nor the Republican-backed alternative $27 billion...more

Costa Concordia – Lessons Learned and Path Forward

When the Costa Concordia ran aground on a reef off Giglio Island near the Tuscan coast of Italy last month, owners and insurers of vessels certainly paid attention.  How could they not?  The incident was the...more

Court of Appeal clarifies issues relating to Marine Insurance, Piracy, and the treatment of Ransom Payments as a matter of English...

Masefield AG v Amlin Corporate Member Ltd [2011] EWCA 24 The Facts The vessel "BUNGA MELATI DUA" was captured in the Gulf of Aden by Somali pirates, while carrying cargo belonging to the Claimant. Negotiations for the...more

La navegabilidad del buque en el régimen jurídico de la seguridad marítima

Presentación de la exposición y defensa del trabajo de Suficiencia Investigadora en Derecho de los transportes y de la navegación, realizada ante el Tribunal de la Facultad de Derecho de la Universidad de...more

Extrapolations Can Spur Dangerous Conclusions

Snippets from the smoke-and-mirrors intelligence sources will not help the industry get to the bottom of what happened to the M. Star. ...more

Calificación jurídica de los contratos atípicos por la Corte Suprema de Chile

Comentario sentencia dictada por la Corte Suprema que versa sobre la naturaleza jurídica del vínculo que unió a un importador de determinadas mercancías, quien actuó subrogado por su...more

The 'Q & A' on Freight Forwarders: Who are They? What Do They Do? When are they Liable?

Abstract: When goods are damaged during transport, the seemingly obvious targets in a subrogated action are usually the "carriers", being the parties who were contracted to handle and transport the goods. There is,...more

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