Disformity

Dis`form´i`ty


n.1.Discordance or diversity of form; unlikeness in form.
Uniformity or disformity in comparing together the respective figures of bodies.
- S. Clarke.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Thomas University Maritime Law Society, and The University of Miami Maritime Law Society symposium on "A Maritime State of Disformity." During 2018-19, the committee met to prepare and review test questions.
The joint meeting addressed substantive topics and was titled, "A Maritime State of Disformity." The seminar covered: Retraction of Uberrimae Fidei in Admiralty Under the UK Insurance Act of 2015, presented by Attilio Costabel, Robert Gardana, and Michelle Otero Valdes, past chair; The McCorpen Defense in Light of Meche, presented by Steven Moon, past chair, and Ryon Little; Arbitrability of Crew Claims in Italy & the Philippines, presented by Stefano Ghibellini (who appeared from Italy via Skype), Luis Ayala and Carlos Felipe Llinas Negret; Ship Owners' Duty to Provide Medical Care: The Impact of Franza, presented by Andrew Waks, past chair; and an Ethics Update for the Admiralty Attorney, presented by Danielle T.