May 31, 2022
Co-authored by attorney Justin Guthrie, this article was published in the Spring 2022 Survey Issue of the American Bar Association’s Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Law Journal.
This article discusses noteworthy admiralty and maritime decisions involving seamen, longshoremen, passengers, maritime liens and attachments, oil pollution, salvage, marine insurance, marine contracts, and other issues that arise in the practice of maritime law. The survey period includes opinions issued by federal and state courts in the United States between October 1, 2020, and September 30, 2021.
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