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Inland Cruise Ship Taken to Sea, Runs Aground

This week, Filipino authorities have been monitoring an inland cruise ship that ran aground while traversing ocean waters. The post Inland Cruise Ship Taken to Sea, Runs Aground appeared first on LMAW, PA. Read more detail on Recent Admiralty Law … Continue reading

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SCOTUS Shortlister Judge Kethledge Has Read The Knick Briefs: "[T]he Takings Clause does not say that private property shall not 'be taken for public use, without just compensation, and without a remedy in state court.'"

It wasn't going to be too hard to figure out what the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit was going to do in Lumbard v. City of Ann Arbor, No. 18-1258 (Jan. 10, 2018). After all, the case … Continue reading

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Were pics taken of fans at concert illegal?

As reported by Rolling Stone, those who watched rehearsal videos at a kiosk during Taylor Swift’s recent concert were photographed without their knowledge. Those pics then were used with facial recognition technology in hopes of identifying some of Swift’s many … Continue reading

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Princess Cruise Passengers Taken to Hospital After Tour Excursion Accident

Passengers traveling on a tour excursion bus were hit with shattered glass after the bus collided with a campervan. The accident took place on the Otago Peninsula in Dunedin, New Zealand. The passengers were from the Princess Cruises Majestic Princess. … Continue reading

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All aboard Study Beauty taken ill and assisted by Salish Air

Three people were rescued from the 33-foot recreational cabin cruiser Study Beauty in Sawmill Bay, in the Valdez Arm, Alaska, Thursday, after the captain alerted Coast Guard that the passengers were nauseated and going in and out of consciousness and … Continue reading

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