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Volume 20 Number 1 2007-08

ARTICLES

State Attachment and Garnishment Procedures in Maritime Matters: A Primer
JOSHUA S. FORCE
New Orleans, Louisiana

Liability for Losses Caused by Inherently Dangerous Goods Shipped By Sea
JUSTIN DUCLOS
Providence, Rhode Island

Scuba Diving Buddies: Rights, Obligations, and Liabilities
PHYLLIS COLEMAN
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

Section 213 of the Clean Air Act & Marine Shipping: The Case Against Extraterritorial Application
JEFFREY G. GRANILLO
Dalton, Georgia


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Volume 19 Number 1 2006-07

PACIFIC ADMIRALTY SEMINAR: SELECTED ARTICLES

Electronic Discovery: A Practicum for the Maritime Lawyer
FRANK P DeGIULIO
Pittsburgh Pennsylvania

On the Waterfront: Navigating Insurance Issues in Landside and Marine Operations
GEOFFREY ROBB
ALEXANSRA JIUXIANG YIN
San Francisco, California

Maritime Seizures: Not Just Ships – Maritime Seizures of Cargo, Freight, Fule and other Tangible and Intagible Items
CHERYL A. MORRIS
San Francisco, California

Canadian Practice and Procedure in the Enforcement of Maritime Claims
JOHN BROMLEY
Vancouver, BC, Canada

ARTICLE

Sea Food – Who Is LIable for a Bad Catch? An Analysis of a Ship Owner’s Liability for Claims of Food Poisoning
ROBERT D. PELTZ
CAROL L. FINKLEHOFFE
Miami, Florida

NOTE

The Specter Behind ADA Applicability to Foreign-Flagged Cruise Ships: Revealing the Internal Affairs Doctrine After Spector v. NCL
CONSTANTINE MITTENDORF
San Francisco, California


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Volume 19 Number 2 2006-07

ARTICLES

Potential Liability of Marine Classification Societies to Non-Contracting Parties
B.D. DANIEL
Houston, Texas

Economic Analysis of Limitation of Shipowners’ Liability
MUHAMMA MASUM BILLAH
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

COMMENT

Hard Aground: A Primer on the Salvage of Recreational Vessels
VICKEY L. QUINN
San Francisco, California

NINTH CIRCUIT SURVEY
ERIN E. GUY
SOPHIA ASLAMI
BEVERLEY J. PANKRAT
JODY TALIAFERRO


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Volume 18 Number 1 2005-06

ARTICLES

Hurricanes and Act of God: When the Best Defense is a Good Offense
JAMES E. MERCANTE
New York, New York

Primer on Maintenance and Cure
KENNETH G. ENGERRAND
Houston, Texas

COMMENTS

Federalism on the High Seas: The Admiralty Jurisprudence of Justice Sandra Day O’Connor
MATTHEW J. KITA
Houston, Texas

Fighting Terrorism in the New Age: A Call for Extraterritorial Jurisdiction Over Terrorists
STEPHEN J. ADLER
Alameda, California


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Volume 18 Number 2 2005-06

ARTICLES

The Loss of Loss of Society in the Ninth Circuit: Should State Courts Follow Suit?
MARVA JO WYATT
Long Beach, California

Protecting Cruise Line Employees’ Rights to Maintenance and Cure: The Need for Pre-Trial Adjudication
RORY BAHADUR
Miami, Florida

Evolution of a Defense in Maritime Law: A Survey of the Primary Duty Rule
SAUL SERBAN
Walnut Creek, California

NINTH CIRCUIT SURVEY
CONSTANTINE MITTENDORF
LAURA DUERIG
SPENCER GUERENA

MEMORIAL


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Volume 17 Number 1 2004-05

PACIFIC ADMIRALTY SEMINAR: SELECTED ARTICLES

Historical and Legal Aspects of Maritime Security
DENNIS L. BRYANT
Washington, D.C.

The Perils, Pitfalls and Possible Demise of the Joint Defense Agreement in the Context of Shipboard Criminal Investigations and Prosecutions
PETRA M. REINECKE and DOUGLAS R. SCHWARTZ
San Francisco, California

ARTICLES

The Mid-Atlantic View of the Antitrust Regulations of
Ocean Shipping

MALGORZATA ANNA NESTEROWICZ
Torun, Poland

Navigating Through the Shoals of the Marine Hull Policy: A Chart for Insurers
RUSSELL M. PFEIFER
Fort Lauderdale, Florida

NOTE

Recovery Permitted Under FELA for Fear of Developing Cancer by Asbestosis Sufferers: Norfolk & Western Railway Company
v. Ayers

KERRY KESSLER
Oakland, California


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Volume 17 Number 2 2004-05

PACIFIC ADMIRALTY SEMINAR: SELECTED ARTICLES

Recent Developments in Maritime Personal Injury Law
LARRY E. ALTENBRUN
W.L. RIVERS BLACK
JOHN C. SCALIA
Seattle, Washington

NVOCC: Secret Agent?
ANDREW D. KEHABIARIAS
Los Angeles, California

When Your Ship is In the Bull’s Eye: The Maritime Transportation Security Act and Potential Vessel Owner Liability to Third Parties Resulting From a Terrorist Attack
ANTONIO J. RODRIGUEZ
New Orleans, Louisiana

ARTICLES

A Ripple on the Waters That May Turn the Tide in Favor of Arbitrating Passenger Claims
LAWRENCE W. KAYE
B. OTIS FELDER
Los Angeles, California

Maritime Contract Law Moves Inland: The Kirby Decision
CARL R. NEIL
Portland, Oregon

NOTE

The Jones Act Work Platform on the Rocks: Stewart v. Dutra Construction Company
TALCOTT N. BATES
San Francisco, California

BOOK REVIEW

Admiralty: Cases and Materials
THOMAS C. FITZHUGH III
Houston, Texas

NINTH CIRCUIT SURVEY
BRIAN BERCOVITZ
GARDINER McKLEROY
TALCOTT N. BATES
AMY FRENZEN

MEMORIAL

A Memorial Tribute to Wayne F. Emard
EMARD, DANOFF, PORT & TAMULSKI, LLP
San Francisco, California


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Volume 16 Number 1 2003-04

ARTICLES

Cargo Litigation: A Primer on Cargo Claims and Review of Recent Developments
JAMES L. CHAPMAN, IV
SHAWN A. VOYLES
Norfolk, Virginia

Marine Insurance for Loss Or Damage Caused By Terrorism Or Political Violence
ERIC DANOFF
San Francisco, California

Clearing Murky Waters: Recovering Prejudgment Interest Under the Jones Act
J. NOELLE HICKS
Charlotte, North Carolina

COMMENT

The Suits in Admiralty Act and the Federal Tort Claims Act: Bridging the Gap Between Congressional Intent and Judicial Interpretation
ALLYSON COOK
San Francisco, California

BOOK REVIEW

International Maritime and Admiralty Law
GRAYDON S. STARING
San Francisco, California


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Volume 16 Number 2 2003-04

ARTICLES

Recent Developments in Admiralty and Maritime Law at the National Level and in the Fifth and Eleventh Circuit
DAVID W. ROBERTSON
MICHAEL F. STURLEY
Austin, Texas

Who is Covered? Recent Cases Regarding Longshore Situs and Status
THOMAS C. FITZHUGH III
Houston, Texas

Through the Looking Glass: Judicial Interpretation of Vessel Status Leaves Injured Workers Adrift in Uncharted Territory
ERIC V. HULL
Daytona Beach, Florida

COMMENT

Containing Maritime Terrorism: Federal Initiatives Post 9/11
TERENCE F. HOVERTER
Washington, D.C.

NINTH CIRCUIT SURVEY
SCOTT GANNON
SANDRA DAYCO-CORAY
SHAUL SERBAN
NANCY FRALEY
San Fancisco, California


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Volume 15 Number 1 2002-03

PACIFIC ADMIRALTY SEMINAR: SELECTED ARTICLES

Maritime and Port Security, Piracy, and Stowaways: Renewed Concerns Over Old Problems
FORREST BOOTH, San Francisco, California
LARRY ALTENBRUN, Seattle, Washington

Still Lost in the Labyrinth: The Continuing Puzzle of Seaman Status
JOHN R. HILLSMAN
San Francisco, California

In Rem Procedures: A Sea Change Underway – Recent and Proposed Changes to the Admiralty Rules
ROBERT J. ZAPF
Los Angeles, California

Discrimination and Harassment Claims Against Maritime Employers: Preparing for and Facing Down the Inevitable
DAVID C. BRATZ and AMANDA A. OWEN
Seattle, Washington

PACIFIC ADMIRALTY SEMINAR: PRACTICE SECTION

Recent Developments in Cargo Law
JAMES J. TAMULSKI
San Francisco, California

PACIFIC ADMIRALTY SEMINAR: SELECTED COMMENT

Citation and Precedent: A Practitioner’s Guide to Citation and Precedent Value of Opinions Published in AMC under the Ninth, Fifth, Eleventh, and Second Circuits’ Rules
MICHAEL R. HALVORSEN
San Francisco, California

COMMENT

OPA 90: Is United States Government Sole-Fault Negligence, Gross Negligence, or Willful Misconduct a Defense Against Responsible Party Liability?
FRANK ANDERS
Walnut Creek, California


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Volume 15 Number 2 2002-03

PACIFIC ADMIRALTY SEMINAR: SELECTED ARTICLES

Dumping Oil, Cooking the Books, and Telling Lies: The False Statements Act as Applied to Marine Pollution
R. MICHAEL UNDERHILL
San Francisco, California

The Law of Unintended Consequences: Legal Issues Involving Additional Insured Endorsements
JESS B. MILLIKAN
San Francisco, California

Dispute Resolution Developments: Selecting Law, Jurisdiction and Arbitration in Marine Insurance Policies
GEOFFREY ROBB and KEVIN CANTY
San Francisco, California

Recent Developments in the Law of Maritime Bodily Injury
WAYNE F. EMARD
San Francisco, California

COMMENT

Sexual Harassment of Female Crewmembers: Title VII’s Weaknesses in Protecting Women Employed in the Maritime Industry
YESENIA GALLEGOS
San Francisco, California

NINTH CIRCUIT SURVEY

ALLYSON COOK, ELISA RHEIN, and ANDREW KELLER
San Francisco, California


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Volume 14 Number 1 2001-02

ARTICLES

Mixed Messages and New Questions In Maritime Wrongful Death Actions: Norfolk Shipbuilding & Drydock Corp. v. Garris
NANCY LEE FIRAK
Highland Heights, Kentucky

Holy Moses, Ghotra! In Rem-embrance of Admiralty’s Bench Trial
LOREN ARMSTRONG
Seattle, Washington

The Seaman’s ‘‘Election’’ Under the Jones Act: A Reply to Professors Robertson and Sturley
ROY DRIPPS
Chicago, Illinois

Pursuing and Defending Attorneys’ Fees Claims: Recent Changes in the Fifth and Ninth Circuits
KENNETH G. ENGERRAND
Houston, Texas

Picking the Shipowner’s Poison — Choice-of-Law Clauses and Maritime Liens
CHARLES S. DONOVAN
San Francisco, California


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Volume 14 Number 2 2001-02

ARTICLES

Sexual Assaults on the High Seas: Untangling the Knots
CARIE LÓPEZ
Miami, Florida

Understanding Panama Railroad Co. v. Johnson: The Supreme Court’s Interpretation of the Seaman’s Elections Under the Jones Act
DAVID W. ROBERTSON and MICHAEL F. STURLEY
Austin, Texas

Cargo Residues & Cargo-Associated Garbage: Are They Regulated by the Ocean Dumping Act or the Act to Prevent Pollution From Ships?
YALE LEWIS
Seattle, Washington

Glossary of Marine Insurance and Shipping Terms
ASSOCIATION OF MARINE UNDERWRITERS OF SAN FRANCISCO, INC.
San Francisco, California

NINTH CIRCUIT SURVEY

ALISON D. FUSCO and MANISH DAFTARI
San Francisco, California


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Volume 13 Number 1 Fall 2000

ARTICLES

The Proposed Amendments to the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act: An Update
MICHAEL F. STURLEY
Austin, TX

The Trojan Horse Sets Sail: Carrier Defenses Against Hazmat Cargoes
JOHN D. DEGCOMB
San Francisco, CA

On Board Investigations: Authorities, Immunities, and the Need for Separate Counsel
GUY C. STEPHENSON
Vancouver, WA

Multi-Contact Analysis for a Multinational Industry: The United States’ Approach to Choice of Law Analysis in the Enforcement of Maritime Liens
WILLIAM F. DOUGHERTY
New York, NY

A Report from the Marine Regulatory Front: Partly Cloudy with a Chance of Thunder Storms
AUSTIN P. OLNEY
Boston, MA

A Tale of Two Sovereigns: Canada, the United States, and Trans-border Pollution Issues
PETER G. BERNARD and ANDREW P. MAYER
Vancouver, British Columbia


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Volume 13 Number 2 Spring 2001

ARTICLES

Marine Terminals: Contracts, Insurance, And Defense
ERIC P. WISE

Islands in the Sun: Cruise Line Liability for Watercraft Operations on Private Islands
JEFFREY B. MALTZMAN and DARREN W. FRIEDMAN

A Seaman’s Right to Recover Maintenance and Cure for Purely Emotional Injuries: West v. Midland Enterprises, Inc.
JASON P. MINKIN

COMMENTS

The Nature of Inland Marine Insurance and its Association with Maritime Law
MICHAEL R. NEWBY

NINTH CIRCUIT SURVEY

RYAN DUNN and T. ALAN ROGERS


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Volume 12 Number 1 Fall 1999

ARTICLES

OPA ’90 Liability in the Aftermath of an Oil Spill
HUTSON SMELLEY
Houston, TX

The TITANIC’s Legacy: The History and Legal Developments Following the World’s Most Famous Maritime Disaster
ROBERT D. PELTZ
Miami, FL

Maintenance and Shoreside Seamen: A Proposed Solution to Double Recovery During Convalescence
JASON P. MINKIN
Chicago, IL

Navigating the Waters of Forum-Selection Clauses in Maritime Employment Contracts
ALEXANDRA E. MORA
New Orleans, LA

The Oil Pollution Act of 1990: Federal Judicial Interpretation Through the End of the Millennium
KEITH B. LETOURNEAU and WESLEY T. WELMAKER
Houston, TX


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Volume 12 Number 2 Spring 2000

ARTICLES

California Oil Spill Laws in the Wake of United States v. Locke
K. ALLEN BROOKS
San Francisco, CA

Is Ordinary Negligence Enough to Be Criminal? Reconciling United States v. Hanousek with the Liability Limitation Provisions of the Oil Pollution Act of 1990
SAMARA JOHNSTON
Seattle, WA

A Contemporary Standard for Determining Title to Sunken Warships: A Tale of Two Vessels and Two Nations
JERRY E. WALKER
Seattle, WA

Clearing Up the Confusion: A Strict Standard of Abandonment for Sunken Public Vessels
JEFFREY W. YEATES
Vienna, VA

BOOK REVIEW

Cruise Ships (Volume 10 of Benedict on Admiralty)
CURTIS E. PEW
New York, NY

NINTH CIRCUIT SURVEY

ALAN R. JOHNSTON and KENNETH W. JOHNSON


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Volume 11 Number 1 Winter 1998

ARTICLES

The ISM Code and Shipowner Records: Shared Safety Goals vs. Industry’s Privacy Needs
CRAIG H. ALLEN
Seattle, WA

Have All the Recent Twists and Turns in the Jones Act Left Deep Sea Divers High Dry?
JOHN R. HILLSMAN
San Francisco, CA

Who Owns Sunken Treasure? The Supreme Court, the Abandoned Shipwreck Act and the BROTHER JONATHAN
FORREST BOOTH
San Francisco, CA

Misrepresentation and Concealment in Marine Insurance Contracts: An Analysis of Federal and State Law Within the Ninth Circuit
MITCHELL J. POPHAM and CHAU VO
Los Angeles, CA

PRACTICE SECTION

“Y2K Bug” Dead Ahead: A Primer for Admiralty
B. OTIS FELDER
Los Angeles, CA


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Volume 11 Number 2 Spring 1999

ARTICLES

Unifying Choice-of-Law Rules and Their Effects on Maritime Remedies
B. OTIS FELDER
Los Angeles, CA

Marine Insurance: Direct Action Statutes and Related Issues
NICHOLAS R. FOSTER
Norfolk, VA

Successful Use of the Tacit Acceptance Procedure to Effectuate
Progress in International Maritime Law

LEI SHI
Devon, PA

COMMENT

The Availability of Maintenance and Cure to Seamen with AIDS
MINDY JAMES
San Francisco, CA

NINTH CIRCUIT SURVEY

JAMES B. DEVINE and ALAN R. JOHNSTON
San Francisco, CA


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Volume 10 Number 1 Winter 1997

ARTICLES

A New Era in Seaman Status Issues
STEVEN S. REILLEY
Houston, TX

Intertanko v. Lowry: An Assessment of Concurrent State and Federal Regulation Over State Waters
SARAH A. LOBLE
Bellevue, WA

Hazardous Substance Releases from Vessels: Current U.S. Law, the HNS Convention and its Potential Impact if Ratified
JOHN D. EDGCOMB
San Francisco, CA

Maritime Implications of the United States Nonproliferation Policy: Are We Trading Lives for Nuclear Waste?
DAVID B. DORNAK
Las Vegas, NV

Burdens of Proof Under the LHWCA: A Primer on the Opportunities for Creative Litigation Arising from the Effect of Presumptions and Shifting Burdens of Proof in Complex Longshore Actions
ERIC A. DUPREE
CHRISTOPHER GALICHON
JACK SWIFT
Long Beach, CA

MEMORIAL

A Memorial Tribute to John Allen Flynn
JAMES B. NEBEL
JEANINE STEELE TEDE
ERICH P. WISE
San Francisco, CA


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Volume 10 Number 2 Summer 1998

ARTICLES

Using Financial Markets to Protect the Environment: U.S. Coast Guard Leads Modern Approach
KEVIN E. LUNDAY and STEPHEN J. DARMODY
Yorktown, VA

Harbor Tug & Barge Co. v. Papai: Another Turn in the Labyrinth?
JOHN W. DEGRAVELLES
Baton Rouge, LA

Do Not Fear to Tread on Solid Ground: The Role of the Supreme Court in Furthering Uniformity in Admiralty Law
LEE A. HANDFORD
Norfolk, VA

Recent Developments in Marine Hull Insurance: Charting a Course
Through the Coastal States of the Fourth, Fifth, Ninth, and Eleventh Circuits

DAVID D. HALLOCK, JR.
Lakeland, FL

NINTH CIRCUIT SURVEY

JAMES B. DEVINE and SHELLY J. YORKE
San Francisco, CA


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Volume 9 Number 1 Fall 1996

THE PACIFIC ADMIRALTY SEMINAR: SELECTED ARTICLES

SKY REEFER Muddies the COGSA Waters
STANLEY L. GIBSON
San Francisco, CA

Legal Implications of the ISM Codes: New Impediments to Sea Fever
GREGORY W. POULOS
San Francisco, CA

From Substance to Starvation: A Call for Judicial Reexamination of Gardiner v. Sea Land Services, Inc.
EUGENE A. BRODSKY
KAREN M. HOUSTON
San Francisco, CA

Six Years Before the Mast: The Evolution of the Oil Pollution Act of 1990
FRANCIS J. GONYNOR
Houston, TX

Diving Into the Wreck: An Exploration of Yamaha Motor Corp. v. Calhoun
WALTER JOHNSON
San Francisco, CA

OTHER ARTICLES

Assessing the Customary Freight Unit: A COGSA Quagmire
H. EDWIN ANDERSON III
JASON P. WAGUESPACK
New Orleans, LA

Charting a Course Through Dangerous Waters: A Landlubber’s Introduction to the Rules of Maritime Indebtedness in the Context of a Maritime Bankruptcy
DAVID WEIL
Long Beach

Skimming the Surface: A Primer on the Law of Collision
RICHARD J. NIKAS
Long Beach, CA

Where the Street Meets the Sea: A Nautical Glossary for Maritime Lawyers
RICHARD J. NIKAS
Long Beach, CA

COMMENT

Tort Reform Going Overboard: Congress Decides the Issue of Foreign Seamen in American Courts
PATRICK KNIGHT
Miami, FL


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Volume 8 Number 1 Fall 1995

ARTICLES

Navigating the Limits of State Spill Regulations: How Far Can They Go?
MARVA JO WYATT
Los Angeles, CA

Seaman Status After Chandris, Inc. v. Latsis
JACK L. ALLBRITTON
Houston, TX
DAVID W. ROBERTSON
Austin, TX

SKY REEFER: Foreign Arbitration & Litigation Under COGSA
CHARLES M. DAVIS
Seattle, WA

Recoverable Damages in Maritime Personal Injury and Death Cases: The Aftermath of Miles v. Apex Marine Corp.
RANDELL E. TREADWAY
JEAN PAUL P. OVERTON
Metairie, LA

Guevara v. Maritime Overseas Corp.: Eradicating Recovery of Punitive Damages in Maintenance and Cure Actions
JEFFREY R. BALE
ROBERT L. KLAWETTER
Houston, TX

COMMENT

Navigating the Russian Shipping Industry: Making the Most of International and Russian Law for Successful Arbitration Against Russian Parties
SIMON G. ZINGER
San Francisco, CA

Volume 9 Number 2 Summer 1997

ARTICLES

Federal Preemption of State “BAP” Laws: Repelling State Boarders
in the Interest of Uniformity

CHARLES L. COLEMAN, III
San Francisco, CA

Ports, Politicians and the Public Trust: The Los Angeles Port Funds Controversy Comes Face to Face with Federal Law
MARVA JO WYATT
Los Angeles, CA

Recent Developments in Recreational Boating Law
THOMAS A. RUSSELL
RICHARD J. NIKAS
Long Beach, CA

The Arrest of Associated Ships in South Africa: Lifting the Corporate Veil Too High?
HILTON STANILAND
Durban, South Africa

COMMENT

The Barbary Coast Revisited: The Resurgence Of International Maritime Piracy
TERENCE FOKAS
Greenwich, CT

NINTH CIRCUIT SURVEY

JEFFREY V. COMMISSO
ADAM G. GASNER
San Francisco, CA

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Volume 8 Number 2 Spring 1996

ARTICLES

Federal Supersession of State Workers’ Compensation Acts as Applied to Jones Act Seamen
CHARLES M. DAVIS
Seattle, WA

State Courts and State Law: A New Force in Admiralty?
PETER THOMPSON
Houston, TX

PRACTICE SECTION

Current Developments in United States Maritime Lien Law
DELOS E. FLINT, JR.
New Orleans, LA

JUDICIAL PROFILE

Chief Judge Lagueux and the Law of Admiralty: Reflections After Ten Years on the Federal Bench
ROBERT M. JARVIS
Fort Lauderdale, FL

COMMENT

A Substantive Due Process Analysis of Supplemental Rule B in Admiralty: Does Due Process Require “Minimum Contacts” to Maintain In Personam Jurisdiction Against a Nonresident Defendant?
JAMES E. HILDEBRANDT
Houston, TX

NINTH CIRCUIT SURVEY

MARC R. WALL
KAREN M. HOUSTON
San Francisco, CA

INDUSTRY AWARD

CHEVRON SHIPPING COMPANY
San Francisco, CA


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Volume 7 Number 1 Fall 1994

ARTICLES

Environmental Coverage Issues under Marine Insurance Policies
JAMES P. WALSH
Washington, D.C.

How is OPA 90 Faring from the Vessel Interests’ Perspective? A Look at the MORRIS J. BERMAN Oil Spill and the Current Rule on Certificates of Financial Responsibility
CHARLES DONOVAN
ELIZABETH MILLER
San Francisco, CA

Oil Spill Response: California’s Perspective
STEPHEN L. SAWYER
Sacramento, CA

Shipowners’ Liability for Longshoremen Personal Injuries: The Supreme Court Blocks the “Importation” of Unseaworthiness
SAMUEL A. KEESAL, JR.
DAWN SCHOCK
MICHAEL ARMITAGE
Long Beach, CA

New Developments in Cruise Law
WALTER T. JOHNSON
ANN GRAY MILLER
San Francisco, CA

Personal Jurisdiction and Contractual Forum Selection in Maritime Personal Injury Cases
KIM JEFFERIES
Portland, OR

Criminal Liability in Maritime Accidents
THOMAS RUSSO
New York, NY

Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Ethics Issues in the Context of Defense Counsel’s Immediate Response To a Marine Oil Spill
R. MICHAEL UNDERHILL
BRIAN J. HICKMAN
San Francisco, CA

Settlement Credit and Contribution under Maritime Law: The Effect of McDermott, Inc. v. AmClyde
ERIC M. DANOFF
San Francisco, CA

Recent Developments in Attorney Fee Disputes
JOHN S. PIERCE
BEVERLY A. BRAND
San Francisco, CA

The Duty to Defend: When Does It Exist and What Damages are Recoverable for Its Breach?
LYNN HAGGERTY KING
HEIDI LOKEN BENAS
San Francisco, CA


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Volume 7 Number 2 Spring 1995

ARTICLES

Limiting Liability for Human Error: Is American Jurisprudence Steering U.S. Shipowners into the Rocks?
TREVOR R. JEFFRIES
Houston, TX

International Maritime Law and the U.S. Admiralty Lawyer: A Current Assessment
MARK J. YOST
Washington, D.C.

Financing the Clean-up: Cargo Owner Liability for Vessel Spills
MARVA JO WYATT
New Orleans, LA

Seaman Remedies and Maritime Releases: A Practical Consideration
ANDREW HOANG DO
Long Beach, CA

The Potential Liability of Classification Societies to Marine Insurers under United States Law
DAMIEN L. O’BRIEN
Geelong, Australia

PRACTICE SECTION

Subrogation: Selected Bars, Waivers And Pitfalls
GEORGE W. NOWELL
San Francisco, CA

SURVEY ON PUNITIVE DAMAGES

TUULI A. MESSER

INDUSTRY AWARD

TYSON SEAFOOD GROUP
Seattle, WA


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Volume 6 Number 1 Fall 1993

ARTICLES

Maritime Liens, Mortgages and Conflict of Laws
WILLIAM TETLEY
Montreal, Canada

Bet Your Lien and Roll the Dice: Maritime Liens and Riverboat Gambling
STEVEN E. PSARELLIS
DANIEL A. TADROS
JAMES R. HOLMES
New Orleans, LA

The LHWCA Lien
STEVEN L. ROBERTS
Houston, TX

PRACTICE SECTION

Longshore Liens in Third Party Litigation—Plaintiff’s Aspect
EDWARD A. WHITE
Jacksonville, FL

Longshore Liens in Third Party Litigation—Employer’s Aspect: Crowing After Cowart
ANN K. SULLIVAN
Norfolk, VA

Legal Ethics—Defense Counsel’s Responsibilities To Insured and Insurer
PAUL M. VANCE
CINDY T. MATHERNE
New Orleans, LA

Current Issues and Developments in Marine Insurance
GEORGE L. WADDELL
San Francisco, CA

Salvage and Recreational Vessels: Modern Concepts and Misconceptions
ANDREW ANDERSON
Miami, FL

Southeast Shipyard Litigation Update
NEWELL D. SMITH
Seattle, WA

NOTES

Delta Country Ventures: Limiting Admiralty Jurisdiction
MONICA A. BECKFORD
MICHAEL L. SANNER

Statutory Revisions in Reaction to Carnival Cruise Lines, Inc. v. Shute
KURT A. FRANKLIN
DAVID A. WELDY


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Volume 6 Number 2 Spring 1994

ARTICLES

Recent Maritime Legislation and Practice in the People’s Republic of China
HONORARY EDITOR QHANG LIXING
Beijing, China

Shipowners’ Limitation of Liability: Comparative Utility and Growth in the United States, Japan and South Korea
HYUN KIM
Seoul, Korea

Applicable Arbitration Rules for Maritime Disputes in Australia and Hong Kong
H. EDWIN ANDERSON III
New Orleans, LA

Detention of Stowaways: Who Should Bear the Cost?
DAVID A. NOURSE
New York, NY

Maritime Oil Pollution Damage in the People’s Republic of China: The Legal Framework of the Liability System and Compensation Scheme
XIA CHEN
Shanghai, China

The Use and Enforceability of Exculpatory (Red Letter) Clauses in Ship Repair Contracts
DANIEL B. MacLEOD
San Diego, CA

PRACTICE SECTION

Comments on Doing Business in the Russian Federation
TATIANA V. TOUMANOVA
ALICE L. BLANCHARD
Seattle, WA

Does the Death on the High Seas Act Apply to Interisland Hawaii Flights?
HILARY BENSON GANGNES
CHRISTOPHER P. McKENZIE
Honolulu, HI

Seaman Status Revisited: A Practical Guide to Status Determination
EDWARD M. BULL III
San Francisco, CA

NOTE

Congress Giveth and the Fifth Circuit Taketh Away: Post Executive Jet Viability of the Admiralty Extension Act
RUSSELL J. SMITH

PACIFIC RIM SURVEY

SHAHIN SHIRALIAN
MICHAEL W. MARCHANT

INDUSTRY AWARD

AMERICAN PRESIDENT LINES
Oakland, CA


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Volume 5 Number 1 Fall 1992

ARTICLES

Recent Supreme Court Admiralty Decisions
ROBERT T. LEMON II
New Orleans, LA

Supreme Court Review of Admiralty and Maritime Issues: What’s on the Horizon?
ERNEST N. REDDICK
San Francisco, CA

Uniformity in Maritime Law
LIZABETH L. BURRELL
New York, NY

Strategies for Case Preparation and Argument Before the Supreme Court
RICHARD K. WILLARD
Washington, D.C.

Current Topics in the Law of Recreational Boating
THOMAS A. RUSSELL
Long Beach, CA

Maritime Arrest and Attachment
CHARLES S. DONVAN
San Francisco, CA

Punitive Damages After Haslip and Miles v. Apex Marine: Allowable for Everyone but Seamen?
STEPHEN G. FLYNN
San Francisco, CA

Recent Developments in Jurisdiction, Forum non conveniens and Forum Selection Clauses
DENISE S. BLOCKER
San Francisco, CA


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Volume 5 Number 2 Spring 1993

EDITOR EMERITUS

THOMAS J. WAGNER
New Orleans, LA

ARTICLES

Development & Presentation of the Pollution Victims, Claim
CHRISTOPHER B. KENDE
New York, NY

Prosecuting Marine Pollution Crimes
MARK B. HARMON
Washington, D.C.
HARRY T. GOWER, III
San Francisco, CA

Recoverable Damages Under OPA 1990
THOMAS J. WAGNER
New Orleans, LA

OPA’s 1990’s Effect on the Shipowner’s Limitation of Liability Act
WILLIAM M. DUNCAN
San Francisco, CA

Marine Pollution & Natural Resource Damages
JAMES L. NICOLL, JR.
Seattle, WA

Criminal Liability & the Fifth Amendment
JOHN G. INGRAM
New York, NY

Piercing the Corporate Veil Under OPA 1990
BONNIE E. RACQUET
RANDALL J. ROMSDAHL

Responding to an Oil Spill in California
JOHN D. EDGCOMB
San Francisco, CA

COMMENT

Overview of OPA 1990
GREGG L. MCCURDY
San Francisco, CA

SURVEY

The 1993 Maritime Survey of State Pollution Statutes

INDUSTRY AWARD

THOMAS B. CROWLEY, SR.
Oakland, CA


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Volume 4 Number 1 Summer 1992

ARTICLES

“Bad Faith” – Legal Trends in Suits Against Insurers
FORREST BOOTH
LYNN HAGGERTY KING
New Orleans, Louisiana

Admiralty Jurisdiction over General Agency Contracts: The Final Voyages of Minturn and the Modern Doctrine of Exxon v. Central Gulf
ANTHONY MICHAEL SABINO
New York, New York

Epidemic-Type Claims in the Maritime Workplace: An Overview
JEFFREY S. MUTNICK
GERGORY A. BUNNELL
Portland, Oregon

The Robins Dry Dock Rule: Is the “Bright Line” Fading?
FRANCIS J. GONYNOR
Houston, Texas

PRACTICE GUIDES

Pleasure Boats
ANDREW W. ANDERSON
F. DAVID FAMULARI
Miami, Florida

Provisional Remedies in Admiralty in Selected Pacific Rim Countries
ERIC M. DANOFF
San Francisco, California

SURVEY

The 1991 Maritime Survey of the Federal Circuits
YALE KOFMAN
JEFFREY WOOD
AMY BROWN
HENRY KU
GERARD A. HEKKER
San Francisco, California


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Volume 3 Number 2 Summer 1991

ARTICLES

The Development of Unreasonable Deviation Under U.S. COGSA
STANLEY L. GIBSON

Looking For A Lodestar In the Rocks And Shoals of Longshore Coverage
JOHN R. HILLSMAN

COMMENT

Statutory Liability For Oil Pollution From Vessels In Marine Environments

REPORT

Free Use of the High Seas: The United States Navy takes Greenpeace Head-On

BOOK REVIEW

The Maritime Law Desk Guide
CHARLES M. DAVIS

SURVEY

The 1990 Admiralty of the Federal Circuits


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Volume 2 Number 1 Summer 1990

ARTICLES

Vessel Financing: California Law and The Ship Mortgage Act As Recodified
DAVID J. MCMAHON

COMMENTS

Vessel Forfeiture Under the Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act: Vessel Owners Beware!

Problems In Identification and Recovery for Maritime Personal Injury Toxic Torts

SURVEY

1998 Admiralty Survey of the Federal Circuits with Introduction by
GRAYDON S. STARTING, ESQ.

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Volume 1 Number 1 Summer 1989

ARTICLES

Apportioning Fault in Collision Cases
JOHN F. MEADOWS
GEORGE J. MARKULIS

COMMENTS

Seaman Status Applied: A Practical Guide to Status Determination

Claims Against Customs: The Administrative Route…The Path of Least Resistance

Established Federal Admiralty Rules in Marine Insurance Contracts and the Wilburn Boat Case

REPORT

Maritime Law and the AIDS Crisis

SURVEY

1988 Ninth Circuit Admiralty Survey

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