Tag Archives: Bermuda

Bermuda Form Insurance Arbitration Series: Case Law Involving the Bermuda Form

In this final post in our Hunton & Williams Bermuda Form Arbitration Series, we discuss case law involving the Bermuda Form.  As explained in a prior post, the Bermuda Form includes an arbitration clause specifying that disputes be submitted to … Continue reading

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Cruise Ship Rape – Arbitration in Bermuda? A Jury Trial in Miami? Or Both?

In the past month, I have written about the progression of federal court cases which have chipped away at the rights of foreign crewmembers, who are the backbone of the U.S. based cruise industry. The cases of Lindo v. NCL … Continue reading

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Bermuda Customs, Cruise Ship Cabins & Illegal Searches = Easy U.S. Money $$$

Bernews reports that Bermuda Customs officials boarded the Norwegian Gem yesterday and search an unoccupied passenger cabin and seized 6 grams of pot. Magistrate Archie Warner, who we have blogged about before, fined the American cruise passenger $1,000 or 90 … Continue reading

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Carnival Passenger Dies While Snorkeling Off Bermuda

The Royal Gazette newspaper in Bermuda reports that a 79 year old cruise passenger died on Sunday while snorkeling about one mile offshore off the West End. The newspaper indicates that man was a US citizen from Carnival's Fantasy cruise ship, … Continue reading

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Bermuda Continues Cruise Ship Drug Busts

Yesterday the Bermuda Sun reported on two additional drugs busts involving both cruise passengers and crewmembers. The Bermuda Sun reports that yet another cruise passenger was arrested with a small amount of marijuana in his cabin. This arrest involved a … Continue reading

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