Court of Appeals decision, held that state law applied, not federal admiralty law
, and the policy could only be voided if the breach contributed to the loss.
judgments, United States courts must apply federal admiralty law
THE ADMIRALTY LAW
COMMITTEE'S annual update seminar was recently hosted by Shutts & Bowen in Miami.
The maritime and admiralty law
firm Lipcon, Margulies, Alsina and Winkleman, P.
Thomas University School of Law, as a joint meeting with the American Bar Association/Torts and Insurance Practice Section, Admiralty Law
Committee, providing its members at both meetings with CLE credits and advanced credit toward certification.
at 865 (explaining the responsibility to fashion controlling admiralty law
has largely been left to the judiciary).
Like his father he specialized in admiralty law
, and over thirty years he developed a reputation for his keen understanding of the complexity of ships as social and mechanical systems.
British ancestry, an entrenched rule of Admiralty law
, virtually at the
As a general rule, in the absence of established and governing federal admiralty law
, the states have largely unfettered power to regulate matters related to marine insurance.
is a distinct practice of immense importance to the people and businesses that make their living off the water, added James McCurdy, managing partner of Lindsay Hart.
After retirement, Bill remained very much part of the fabric of this Law School--teaching Admiralty Law
, attending colloquia and other faculty events, and keeping up with his colleagues.
Shortly thereafter, the couple moved to New Orleans where Michael attends the master of laws program in admiralty law
at Tulane Law School.