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“Bare-Metal” Defense Treading Water Under Maritime Law

Danielle T. Gauer and Tye C. Bell In a 6-3 ruling on March 19, 2019, the United States Supreme Court held that, under maritime law, a product manufacturer has a duty to warn when its “bare metal” product requires incorporation … Continue reading

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$3.3 Million Awarded to Injured Maritime Worker

A maritime construction worker has been awarded $3.3 million after a Louisiana federal court judge ruled that the worker’s head and spinal injuries were due to a captain’s negligence. The case was covered by the Jones Act and the Longshore … Continue reading

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MarineTraffic is the world’s leading provider of ship tracking and maritime intelligence

MarineTraffic: “Monitoring vessel movements is at the core of what we do. Building on a base of data gathered from our network of coastal AIS-receiving stations, supplemented by satellite receivers, we apply algorithms and integrate complementary data sources to provide … Continue reading

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Alaska Maritime Physicians Partners with DrChronos

Imagine being out at sea when suddenly your crewmember begins feeling weak and complains of a faint pain in his chest. When someone falls ill or is injured at sea, time, information, and support are crucial. This is a situation … Continue reading

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