Admiralty and Maritime law references

Admiralty and Maritime law references

Admiralty law and Maritime law references, resources, reviews and articles.

Unesco Ocean Portal
A UNESCO sponsored site that is a comprehensive directory of ocean related and maritime web sites, with an objective of helping scientists and other ocean experts locate relevant information on the Internet.
https://ioc.unesco.org

Maritime Lawyer
The national maritime lawyers at Fitts Zehl, LLP, represent individuals who have been injured while working offshore. Over the past three years alone, the maritime lawyers at Fitts Zehl have recovered substantial verdicts and settlements for their offshore injury clients in courtrooms across the country.
https://www.offshoreinjurylawyer.com 

  • 2 Crewmembers Tragically Killed Aboard Shell Augur Platform in Gulf of Mexico
    by Laurie Villanueva on August 15, 2019 at 5:20 pm

    The U.S. Coast Guard is investigating the tragic deaths of two crewmembers aboard Royal Dutch Shell’s Auger tension leg platform earlier this summer in the Gulf of Mexico. Workers Were Testing Shell Augur Platform’s Lifeboat Recovery System According to mediaRead More The post 2 Crewmembers Tragically Killed Aboard Shell Augur Platform in Gulf of Mexico appeared first on Offshore Injury Lawyer.

  • 3 Killed Off Oregon Coast When Commercial Crab Boat Capsizes in “Most Dangerous Catch” Waters
    by Laurie Villanueva on January 11, 2019 at 8:20 pm

    The commercial fishing community around Newport, Oregon is in mourning today, after three men were killed Tuesday night in waters made famous by the Discovery Channel’s “Most Dangerous Catch” franchise. Mary B. II Crab Boat Strayed Into “Dumping Grounds” JustRead More The post 3 Killed Off Oregon Coast When Commercial Crab Boat Capsizes in “Most Dangerous Catch” Waters appeared first on Offshore Injury Lawyer.

  • Criminal Charges Possible After Deadly Channel Islands Dive Boat Fire
    by Laurie Villanueva on September 6, 2019 at 8:44 pm

    The investigation into Monday’s horrific fire aboard a dive boat in California’s Channel Islands could ultimately result in criminal charges. For now, authorities in Southern California view the Conception disaster as a tragic accident. But under federal statute, prosecutors couldRead More The post Criminal Charges Possible After Deadly Channel Islands Dive Boat Fire appeared first on Offshore Injury Lawyer.

  • Interior Department Nixes Study Aimed at Improving Offshore Drilling Inspections
    by Laurie Villanueva on December 22, 2017 at 5:09 pm

    The Trump Administration’s campaign to stymie regulatory efforts targeting the offshore oil and gas industry continued this month, as the Interior Department halted a study aimed at improving the way the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) conducts safetyRead More The post Interior Department Nixes Study Aimed at Improving Offshore Drilling Inspections appeared first on Offshore Injury Lawyer.

  • NTSB Investigating California Dive Boat Fire that Tragically Killed 34 People on Labor Day Morning
    by Laurie Villanueva on September 4, 2019 at 8:45 pm

    The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has deployed a team of investigators to California, where a horrific fire aboard a dive boat tragically killed 34 people early Monday morning. 5 Crew Members Survived California Dive Boat Fire The devastating fireRead More The post NTSB Investigating California Dive Boat Fire that Tragically Killed 34 People on Labor Day Morning appeared first on Offshore Injury Lawyer.

  • 2 Passengers on Royal Caribbean Ship Die of Natural Causes
    by lawhukukinet on May 17, 2019 at 5:07 am

    Reports from Singapore say 2 guests on Royal Caribbean’s Voyager of the Seas died from natural causes. The passengers were traveling on Voyager of the Seas as it made its way from Singapore near Penang and Phuket. The passengers ages … Continue reading → The post 2 Passengers on Royal Caribbean Ship Die of Natural Causes first appeared on Legal News Directory.

  • Alaska Floatplanes Collide, 4 Confirmed Dead, 2 Missing
    by lawhukukinet on May 15, 2019 at 5:07 pm

    Two people are missing and four have been confirmed dead after two floatplanes collided near Ketchikan, Alaska. Ten people were taken to area hospitals and four with more serious injuries were flown to Seattle’s Harborview Medical Center. As of today, … Continue reading → The post Alaska Floatplanes Collide, 4 Confirmed Dead, 2 Missing first appeared on Legal News Directory.

  • Mary B II Tragedy, testimony available
    by lawhukukinet on May 18, 2019 at 8:05 am

    The Coast Guard Station Yaquina Bay Officer-in-Charge, Chief Warrant Officer Thomas Molloy, provided testimony for the Mary B II case yesterday. Molloy’s testimony described the dangerous conditions of the sea during the evening of the capsizing incident. Molloy said that … Continue reading → The post Mary B II Tragedy, testimony available first appeared on Legal News Directory.

  • Medical Condition Prompts Coast Guard to Remove Carnival Dream Passenger From Boat
    by lawhukukinet on May 16, 2019 at 5:08 am

    Dramatic video posted by the United States Coast Guard shows the medevac of a Carnival Dream cruise ship passenger who was removed from the vessel on Monday, May 13. The passenger, a 57-year-old man, was taken from the ship after … Continue reading → The post Medical Condition Prompts Coast Guard to Remove Carnival Dream Passenger From Boat first appeared on Legal News Directory.

  • Penalties Increase for Employers Under the LHWCA
    by lawhukukinet on May 16, 2019 at 5:07 pm

    As of January 23, 2019, three monetary penalties for employers under the LHWCA have increased in accordance with the Federal Civil Penalties Inflation Adjustment Act Improvements Act of 2015. Failure to Report Termination of Payments The penalty amount for failing … Continue reading → The post Penalties Increase for Employers Under the LHWCA first appeared on Legal News Directory.

  • Personal Jurisdiction Over a Foreign Ship Manager: A Claim-By-Claim Analysis
    by lawhukukinet on May 18, 2019 at 5:08 pm

    NOTE: This post was co-authored by William L. Pardue, a Loyola University New Orleans College of Law student who is spending part of his summer working at King & Jurgens.  Carmona v. Leo Ship Mgmt, Inc.; No. 18-20248, 2019 WL … Continue reading → The post Personal Jurisdiction Over a Foreign Ship Manager: A Claim-By-Claim Analysis first appeared on Legal News Directory.

  • Princess Cruises Excursion Planes Collision Leads to Deaths
    by lawhukukinet on May 19, 2019 at 5:07 pm

    Cruise Boat Lawyers: O’Bryan Law             You take off work, scheduling a relaxing seven-day trip on the Princess Cruises.  Sounds like the perfect getaway, doesn’t it?  Unfortunately that wasn’t so for at least four people … Continue reading → The post Princess Cruises Excursion Planes Collision Leads to Deaths first appeared on Legal News Directory.

  • Seaplanes collide in mid-air during Alaskan cruise shore excursion resulting in multiple Princess cruise passengers’ fatalities – Did the pilots violate the See and Avoid rule?
    by lawhukukinet on May 20, 2019 at 5:08 am

    According to reports, half a dozen Princess Cruise passengers have died in a horrific mid-air collision incident. The tour – Misty Fjords National Monument by Seaplane (with Wilderness Landing) – was booked through Princess Cruises, either on board or on … Continue reading → The post Seaplanes collide in mid-air during Alaskan cruise shore excursion resulting in multiple Princess cruise passengers’ fatalities – Did the pilots violate the See and Avoid rule? first appeared on Legal News Directory.

  • Under DBA, Petitions for Review With Circuit Court Should Be Filed Where District Director is Located
    by lawhukukinet on May 17, 2019 at 5:07 pm

    The Ninth Circuit previously issued dictum in Pearce v. Dir., Off. of Workers’ Compen. Programs stating that a petition for review of a compensation order arising under the Defense Base Act (DBA) should be filed in the circuit where the Administrative … Continue reading → The post Under DBA, Petitions for Review With Circuit Court Should Be Filed Where District Director is Located first appeared on Legal News Directory.

  • Update: Floatplane Accident Fatalities Now at 6; Royal Princess Passenger Aboard
    by lawhukukinet on May 19, 2019 at 5:07 am

    The number of fatalities after Monday’s collision between two sightseeing floatplanes is now at six. As of yesterday (Tuesday May 14) four passengers and a pilot were listed among the deceased. The number is now as six as the remains … Continue reading → The post Update: Floatplane Accident Fatalities Now at 6; Royal Princess Passenger Aboard first appeared on Legal News Directory.

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