Quantum Survey 2017-2019: Survey of Admiralty Personal Injury and Death Awards, Collisions, and Forum Selection Clauses

D. Scott Crawford served as co-editor. Published in Volume 43 of the Tulane Maritime Law Journal in 2019.

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Inextricably Intertwined: The Yin and Yang of the New York Convention, FAA, and Non-Signatory Third Parties

By D. Scott Crawford, published in Volume 43 of the Tulane Maritime Law Journal in 2018.

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The Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) Container Weight Verification Requirement: An Update

Implementation of the recent SOLAS regulations regarding Verified Gross Mass (VGM) has been a weighty issue for the maritime industry. Attorneys Colin McRae and Chris “Smitty” Smith discuss the challenges behind implementation.

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Ship-to-Shore: Logistics and Liability

If you have ever ordered an item online, bought a new iPhone, or picked up a ripe California orange at the grocery store, you have utilized the enormous web of logistics that transports cargo around the world. In their article for Elegant Island Living, attorneys Colin McRae and Brad Harmon explain the complicated business of logistics liability.

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Does US Maritime Law Require a Captain to “Go Down With the Ship”?

The recent South Korean ferry disaster has brought back into the limelight the age-old adage about a captain’s responsibility to “go down with the ship.” Was his refusal to remain onboard this sinking ship, and follow it to the bottom of the sea, a violation of the law?

 

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Liability Laws Affecting Inland Logistics

HunterMaclean partner Brad Harmon explores the intricacies of liability issues in the inland logistics industry, offering valuable advice to shippers, carriers, and third-party logistics providers.

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Navigating Maritime Law and Liability

HunterMaclean partner Colin McRae discusses the unique maritime laws governing the transport of cargo at sea.

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Recreational Boating and the Law

Maritime attorney Colin McRae explores liability issues related to recreational boating, explaining why the law can be different at sea than on land.

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