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“Law of the Flag” Held Not to Apply to Action on Unenforceable Gambling Debt in Florida Bankruptcy Court

In this bankruptcy contract case, the debtor, a cruise vessel operating as a gambling casino, fronted $200,000 to a blackjack gambler who submitted checks for the cash but then stopped payment on the checks. The debtor sued...more

Direct Physical Loss At Sea: Should Cruise Ship Companies Expect Coverage For Contamination-Related Property Damage?

The last few years have not been particularly kind to the cruise ship industry. In January 2012, thirty-two passengers were killed when the Costa Concordia capsized off the coast of Tuscany after striking a rocky shoal. In...more

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