• World Wide Marine Insurance

    published: 25 Feb 2010
  • Maritime Fraud and Piracy

    BOOK REVIEW MARITIME FRAUD AND PIRACY 2nd edition By Paul Todd ISBN: 978-1-84311-884-8 Lloyds List, London www.informa.com SADLY, THIS IS VERY MUCH A BOOK FOR OUR TIMES! An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers The purpose of this Informs title is clear from the outset- it is a focus on how maritime fraud directly impinges on contracts for international sale and carriage, documentary credits and marine insurance and is directly relevant to all involved in international trade...and international crime. It's a timely publication in the second edition because piracy, in particular, is never far from the headlines and has changed emphasis as a form of international outrage over recent years. There have been increased random attacks an...

    published: 24 Jan 2011
  • Do you need new owner's title insurance policy when you sell property?

    https://www.youtube.com/user/lawtubechannel to subscribe to our newest legal videos. http://www.lawtube.com to check out our Video Law Library. Attorney Tom Olsen is host of the Olsen on Law Radio Show on FM 96.5 WDBO in Orlando. You can reach Tom at 407-423-5561 or tom@lawtube.com. Tom has been answering legal questions on his radio show for 26 years and has been practicing law in Orlando, Florida for over 30 years. CALL OR TEXT CHRISSY AT 407-808-8398 IF YOU NEED A LAWYER OR ATTORNEY IN CENTRAL FLORIDA INCLUDING ORLANDO, WINTER PARK, WINDERMERE, DAYTONA BEACH, THE VILLAGES, MELBOURNE, ALTAMONTE, LAKE MARY, LONGWOOD, COLLEGE PARK, BAY HILL, OVIEDO, SANFORD, DELAND, DEBARY, DELTONA, LEESBURG, CLERMONT, THORTON PARK, BALDWIN PARK, PONCE INLET, NEW SYMNRA, ORMOND BEACH, ST. AUGUSTINE, KIS...

    published: 21 May 2013
  • Marine Insurance Law long clip

    BOOK REVIEW MARINE INSURANCE LAW By Ozlem Gurses Routledge Taylor & Francis Group ISBN: 978 0 41572 701 3 And as an ebook www.routledge.com AN EXPERT INTRODUCTION WITH CLEAR EXPLANATIONS THROUGHOUT GIVING A COMPREHENSIVE AND ACCESSIBLE OVERVIEW TO MARINE INSURANCE LAW An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers As with all the Routledge text books, this particular title is probably the best on the market as an introduction to the way in which “Marine Insurance Law” operates in England and Wales for those new to this developing and quite complex area of substantive law. Dr Ozlem Gurses adopts a clear and simple approach with a legal vocabulary which is carefully measured throughout the book. One of the main reasons why we consider the ...

    published: 13 Apr 2015
  • Part 2: Importance of Bills of Lading in Shipping

    “What are Bills of Lading?” Importance of Bills of Lading in Shipping - Panel of Shipping Legal and Insurance Experts Jon Zinke, Partner, Keesal Young & Logan Catherine Smith, Senior Associate, Holman Fenwick Willan Chris Howse, Partner, Howse Williams Bowers A panel of legal experts from the shipping world: Chris Howse, Partner at Howse Williams Bowers; Catherine Smith, Senior Associate at Holman Fenwick Willan; and Jon Zinke, Resident Partner at Kessal, Young & Logan, discuss some of the risks associated with shipping, including some first-hand horror stories, asking how blockchain might address these issues. The focus of this discussion, and indeed a recurring theme of the day, was bills of lading – a form of receipt of cargo passed between the master of the ship and the person consig...

    published: 05 Dec 2016
  • Albany NY Real Estate Lawyer - Title Dispute Insurance Homeowners Attorney - Schenectady Troy

    http://www.tullylegal.com - Albany, New York Real Estate Lawyer Graig Zappia explains the use of purchasing a title insurance policy on a home for when a title dispute emerges. Whether a title dispute involves allegations of improper transfers, liens, unpaid taxes, filing errors or forged signatures, our attorneys can represent complainants and title holders. Mistakes happen with titles, especially when complex real estate transactions are involved. Maybe an heir was not properly notified before you purchased a decedent's home. Maybe a lien originating with a former owner was incorrectly placed on a neighboring property instead of your own. In either case, homeowners are often unaware of these mistakes with the title to their home until after they have purchased a home and made a sizable...

    published: 05 Mar 2012
  • Will Hay Windbag The Sailor

    Windbag the Sailor (1936) is a British comedy film directed by William Beaudine, starring Will Hay in the title role. Ben Cutlet (Will Hay) is a sea captain who entertains his bar room audience with tales of his days at sea, even though in reality his maritime experience extends only to navigating a coal barge. His tall tales catch him out when he is conned into commanding the Rob Roy, an unseaworthy ship, to the West Indies by a gang of criminals who mean to scuttle the ship for the insurance money. The film marked the first appearance of the famous team of Hay, Moffatt and Marriott

    published: 13 Feb 2014
  • Fort Lauderdale Admiralty Lawyer - Limitation Of Liability - FL Admiralty Attorney

    Fort Lauderdale Admiralty Lawyer: http://commettelaw.com/maritime-law-attorney-florida.html. Limitation Of Liability - FL Admiralty Attorney. Video Title: Admiralty Law: Limitation Of Liability

    published: 15 Mar 2012
  • How do I pay my attorney’s fees in my maritime case?

    How do I pay my attorney’s fees in my maritime case? | Luxury Law Group | Lawyers For Your Lifestyle | http://www.luxurylawgroup.com/ | 954-745-0799 | 909 East Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301 There are generally three different types of fee structures in maritime cases. The first of which is an hourly fee, which is where you and the attorney agree to pay the attorney's set hourly rate. There's also a flat fee arrangement. This is most popular with transactional matters, such as the purchase and sale of a yacht or drafting of employment contracts for the vessel's employees. There's also the contingency fee arrangement, which is most popular with personal injury matters. In this situation, you and the attorney agree to a certain percentage of the award, if awarded, to pay th...

    published: 01 Nov 2016
  • The Carriage of Goods and Passengers by Sea Long clip

    BOOK REVIEW INTERNATIONAL MARITIME CONVENTIONS: VOLUME 1: THE CARRIAGE OF GOODS AND PASSENGERS BY SEA By Francesco Berlingieri ISBN: 978 0 41571 9 841 INFORMA LAW FROM ROUTLEDGE MARITIME AND TRANSPORT LAW LIBRARY www.tandf.com THE LAW OF THE SEA: COMPLEX MARITIME CONVENTIONS EXAMINED AND EXPLAINED An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers For shipping lawyers, academics and students of maritime law worldwide, this book emerges as an in indispensable work of reference. It is the latest title from the highly regarded Maritime Transport Law Library published by Informa Law from Routledge. With at least thirty other titles in the series, Informa has established itself as the go-to publisher in maritime law and there is nothing to beat th...

    published: 11 Aug 2014
  • How long will it take to settle my maritime case?

    How long will it take to settle my maritime case? | Luxury Law Group | Lawyers For Your Lifestyle | http://www.luxurylawgroup.com/ | 954-745-0799 | 909 East Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301 Settling a maritime case depends on several factors. A settlement can take place as soon as a few months after the attorney has received your matter, reviewed it, the facts and gone through some of the important documentation, and had a chance to have a first discussion with the other side about your potential settlement. If you do not agree at that time, you can always continue the case to trial, and another attempt can be made to have a settlement along the way. If a settlement is unsuccessful at some point, it generally takes a year for the case to go to trial and to be heard.

    published: 01 Nov 2016
  • Insuring Cargoes

    BOOK REVIEW INSURING CARGOES A practical guide to the law and practice By K.S. Vishwanath ISBN: 978-1-905-331-956 Witherby Publishing www.witherby.com THE ACTUAL PRACTICE OF MARINE CARGO INSURANCE PRINCIPLES An Appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers If you're reading or watching this review, you are probably a shipping practitioner faced with complex claims which tend to hinge on detail and minute practicalities. Or perhaps you're an insurer, owner, or claims adjuster confronted by complicated underwriting issues. If you're in any way professionally involved in marine cargo insurance, read this book. You could well find the answer to most -- if not all -- of your enquiries in it. As you'll discover, it's...

    published: 06 Jul 2011
  • What is the Marketable Record Title Act and how can it help with title issues?

    What is the Marketable Record Title Act and how can it help with title issues? | Sheftall & Associates | Knowledge. Skill. Focus. | Contact | (904) 638-7712 | http://sheftalllaw.com/ | One Independent Drive, Suite 3201, Jacksonville, Florida 32202 The Market of Record Title Act, or MRTA, is a Florida statute that basically acts as a giant eraser, and subject to the exceptions listed in that statute, it extinguishes or erases a state's interests, claims, or charges that are more than 30 years old and helps to make title to a given parcel of land marketable and free and clear of all those interests. The exceptions listed in the statute prevent certain interests from being extinguished, but a real estate attorney can use MRTA to make the title insurance company remove certain exceptions f...

    published: 26 May 2016
  • 3-19-12 The attempt to secure a car, Proof of our research, and more.flv

    published: 19 Mar 2012
  • GSA takes Class C North title

    From the school band to the cutting of the nets and all the great play in between, highlights from the George Stevens Academy Eagles 55-43 victory over the Bucksport Golden Bucks for the Class C North title on February 20 at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor. Photo by Monique Labbe

    published: 22 Feb 2016
  • 10 Maritime Sales Contracts

    CIF Contract : CIF stands for Cost, Insurance and Freight. The seller has to bear Freight & Insurance Cost  FOB Contract : FOB stands for ‘Free on Board’. Seller has to deliver goods on board the ship. The buyer has to pay Freight & Insurance.  DES Contract : DES means Delivered Ex Ship (also referred as Ex-Ship). In DES contract, the seller has to deliver the goods to the buyer at the port of Destination.  FAS Contract : FAS means ‘Free Alongside Ship’. The seller has to deliver goods at port of despatch. Buyer has to pay Freight & Insurance Charges.

    published: 15 Jun 2015
World Wide Marine Insurance

World Wide Marine Insurance

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Maritime Fraud and Piracy

Maritime Fraud and Piracy

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BOOK REVIEW MARITIME FRAUD AND PIRACY 2nd edition By Paul Todd ISBN: 978-1-84311-884-8 Lloyds List, London www.informa.com SADLY, THIS IS VERY MUCH A BOOK FOR OUR TIMES! An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers The purpose of this Informs title is clear from the outset- it is a focus on how maritime fraud directly impinges on contracts for international sale and carriage, documentary credits and marine insurance and is directly relevant to all involved in international trade...and international crime. It's a timely publication in the second edition because piracy, in particular, is never far from the headlines and has changed emphasis as a form of international outrage over recent years. There have been increased random attacks and kidnaps which have given rise to new forms of legal consequence moulded differently from the 'more traditional' violent thefts of cargoes and ships at sea. The book has seven chapters and the first begins with 'piracy today' as the new chapter to highlight the growing international crime problem. Paul Todd then delves into issues particular to maritime fraud and covers 5 topics: the sale contract; the banks; the carriers; marine insurance; and technology. Do read the Preface carefully because the author sets out the trail of events since 2003 when the first edition appeared. It's the Preface which conveys the horror that is piracy today and the essence of the problem which is maritime crime. Thankfully, Todd says he has made no attempt to be politically correct here but, as an academic, he does need to tell us about the use of the male and female tags (and does it rather well!) and we even have reference to Anne Bonney. Of course, the banks remain as 'it': news which, we are assured, the hard pressed taxpayer will be delighted to hear. The seven Appendices are extremely important and useful to this work. They cover, respectively: piracy in international law; charterparty piracy clauses; criminal law provisions; the Marine Insurance Act 1906 (of course); hull and cargo clauses; Bills of Lading provisions; and legislation on Digital Signatures and Certification Authorities Electronic Signatures Regulations 2002 (a must for the new IT Age). There is a good, detailed index at the back which is easy to use. Paul Todd draws a number of conclusions for some of the chapters but what is so refreshing are his 'real grounds for optimism' that the fight back against piracy and the intractable problem of ransom hijackings 'might be successful' although it is clear that the international community is barely reviewing the surface of this problem which is as much about crime as trade and the lackluster approach for future international agreements. Of course, the same can be said with both bribery and corruption, policing the internet and so on. One thing is clear- Todd has, sad to report for its reality, produced an excellent new edition of a book which is very much part of our times. He gives us a detailed commentary on how maritime fraud has been consumed by this form of terrorism which has reverted back to what we call piracy and continues to affect so much within the law of marine insurance today: Informa have excelled here with this title as modern publishing pathfinders to combat this menace from the deep with an important legal statement of the current law.
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Do you need new owner's title insurance policy when you sell property?

Do you need new owner's title insurance policy when you sell property?

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https://www.youtube.com/user/lawtubechannel to subscribe to our newest legal videos. http://www.lawtube.com to check out our Video Law Library. Attorney Tom Olsen is host of the Olsen on Law Radio Show on FM 96.5 WDBO in Orlando. You can reach Tom at 407-423-5561 or tom@lawtube.com. Tom has been answering legal questions on his radio show for 26 years and has been practicing law in Orlando, Florida for over 30 years. CALL OR TEXT CHRISSY AT 407-808-8398 IF YOU NEED A LAWYER OR ATTORNEY IN CENTRAL FLORIDA INCLUDING ORLANDO, WINTER PARK, WINDERMERE, DAYTONA BEACH, THE VILLAGES, MELBOURNE, ALTAMONTE, LAKE MARY, LONGWOOD, COLLEGE PARK, BAY HILL, OVIEDO, SANFORD, DELAND, DEBARY, DELTONA, LEESBURG, CLERMONT, THORTON PARK, BALDWIN PARK, PONCE INLET, NEW SYMNRA, ORMOND BEACH, ST. AUGUSTINE, KISSIMMEE. Attorney Tom Olsen: Let’s go now next in line will be Robert, Robert from Apopka. Robert, you’re on News Talk WDBO. Go ahead. Robert: The question is about an owner’s title insurance policy. If you get one when you buy the house and then you refinance it later, is that title -- owner’s title insurance still good or do you have to get a new one every time you refinance? Attorney Tom Olsen: Here’s good news and good news, Robert, Okay? That owner’s title policy, you received it when you bought the property, it will ensure to you that you have good title as a piece of property, free and clear of liens and encumbrances. It is good for the lifetime that you own this piece of property and refinancing is not going to change that fact, Robert. Now, the other good news, Robert, is, is that that owner’s policy will get you a discount. When you refinance, you will have to get a new mortgagee policy. A mortgagee policy is for the benefit of your lender. It ensures your lender that it is getting a first valid -- first mortgage free and clear of all prior liens and encumbrances. You will have to buy a new one of those as part of your refinance, but the title company that’s doing your refinance, if you show them your pervious owner’s policy, will get you a substantial discount. Robert: That’s great. Thank you very much. Attorney Tom Olsen: All right. You’re very welcome, Robert. Produced by Professional Media Ideas. Call or text Chrissy Merrill at 407-808-8398 or by email at chris@lawtube.com
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Marine Insurance Law  long clip

Marine Insurance Law long clip

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BOOK REVIEW MARINE INSURANCE LAW By Ozlem Gurses Routledge Taylor & Francis Group ISBN: 978 0 41572 701 3 And as an ebook www.routledge.com AN EXPERT INTRODUCTION WITH CLEAR EXPLANATIONS THROUGHOUT GIVING A COMPREHENSIVE AND ACCESSIBLE OVERVIEW TO MARINE INSURANCE LAW An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers As with all the Routledge text books, this particular title is probably the best on the market as an introduction to the way in which “Marine Insurance Law” operates in England and Wales for those new to this developing and quite complex area of substantive law. Dr Ozlem Gurses adopts a clear and simple approach with a legal vocabulary which is carefully measured throughout the book. One of the main reasons why we consider the Routledge series of legal textbooks to be of outstanding value both in terms of cost and in content is the way in which their authors (all legal experts) explain substantive legal issues in such a readable fashion, and ‘Marine Insurance Law’ is no exception. For both tutors and students at undergraduate and postgraduate level, a decision on which textbook or revision book to use is always difficult but it is clear to us from the feedback we have received from students that the Routledge texts lead the legal field. Many of their titles also have excellent links for further reading at the end of each chapter which is a splendid additional tool for all levels of academic research. We would also say that the formats used by Routledge for their books are very much of a mainstream formula for legal texts today which eases the student into methods of legal reasoning for those just beginning their legal studies and for all undergraduates: they certainly helped us with our preparation in the past so do ensure you look very carefully at all the titles they have on offer! Gurses uses excellent detail with the footnotes to make the subject come alive and we found the text easy to read and understand. In his Preface, the author explains how English marine insurance law goes way back to the 15th century and he pays tribute to Lord Mansfield’s contribution during the 18th century. He goes on to say that “the 2,000 or so cases decided between the middle of the 18th and the end of the 19th century were codified by the Marine Insurance Act 1906.” That Act was not definitive, of course, but it does illustrate the way in which much of our laws are gradually now being codified over many decades by the use of consolidated legislation. Gurses also describes the passage of the Insurance Bill 2014 which has become the Insurance Act 2015 receiving Royal Assent on 12th February 2015 since the book was published. This Act reforms the duty of good faith in business insurance, warranties and fraudulent claims amongst other changes which are being implemented at the present time so do keep up to date with further developments in the new Parliament after May 2015. All the main key areas of marine insurance law are set out clearly in each of the 15 chapters, with a most useful short ‘chapter contents’ list at the beginning of each chapter making the book of particular help to those new to the subject - the title remains an ideal first introduction to Marine Insurance Law for undergraduates and anyone interested in this growing area of substantive law for 21st century.
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Part 2: Importance of Bills of Lading in Shipping

Part 2: Importance of Bills of Lading in Shipping

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“What are Bills of Lading?” Importance of Bills of Lading in Shipping - Panel of Shipping Legal and Insurance Experts Jon Zinke, Partner, Keesal Young & Logan Catherine Smith, Senior Associate, Holman Fenwick Willan Chris Howse, Partner, Howse Williams Bowers A panel of legal experts from the shipping world: Chris Howse, Partner at Howse Williams Bowers; Catherine Smith, Senior Associate at Holman Fenwick Willan; and Jon Zinke, Resident Partner at Kessal, Young & Logan, discuss some of the risks associated with shipping, including some first-hand horror stories, asking how blockchain might address these issues. The focus of this discussion, and indeed a recurring theme of the day, was bills of lading – a form of receipt of cargo passed between the master of the ship and the person consigning goods. It was agreed that the arrival of blockchain technology presents the opportunity to solve issues that had plagued bills of lading for years such as fraud and inefficiency. Chris specialises in maritime and commercial dispute resolution, handling a wide range of disputes in the Hong Kong courts and international arbitrations throughout Asia. He has considerable experience in all types of dry shipping litigation on behalf of owners, charterers and their P&I Clubs. He also has particular expertise handling problems arising from the shipment of coal, iron ore, nickel ore and fluorspar. Chris has more than 35 years of legal experience. He built the Hong Kong office of Richards Butler and he was Senior Partner and Managing Partner of that office from 1983 to 2011. He has considerable experience in arbitration and he is qualified as an arbitrator in Hong Kong, China (CMAC), Korea, Malaysia and other Southeast Asian jurisdictions. In addition, Chris is an accredited mediator. Jon provides advice to the firm’s clients in the Far East regarding various maritime, aviation, and commercial disputes involving United States law and provides advice and assistance to law firms throughout the United States on matters involving Asia. He is also actively involved in handling maritime and commercial arbitration disputes in New York and Asia. He is admitted to practice before the State Courts of New York, the United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, the United States Supreme Court, and is a registered foreign lawyer with the Law Society of Hong Kong. Jon was the 2005 Chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong, on whose Board he served from 1998 to 2007. Catherine works in the Shipping department where she is primarily involved in charterparty, bill of lading and cargo disputes. Prior joining Holman Fenwick Willan's Hong Kong office in 2008, she worked for a niche shipping law firm in the City of London where she gained experience in dry shipping litigation (both High Court and arbitration) and fraud litigation. Catherine was admitted in Hong Kong in May 2009 and holds a practicing certificate for England and Wales and Hong Kong. She is also admitted in Scotland. *** Chain of Shipping : Cybersecurity & Blockchain in Shipping Thursday, November 24, 2016 10:00am 6:00pm INFINITI LAB 2/F Hopewell Centre, 183 Queen's Road East Wanchai, Hong Kong © Chain of Things Limited 2016 | www.chainofthings.com | info@chainofthings.com | @chainofthings
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Albany NY Real Estate Lawyer - Title Dispute Insurance Homeowners Attorney - Schenectady Troy

Albany NY Real Estate Lawyer - Title Dispute Insurance Homeowners Attorney - Schenectady Troy

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http://www.tullylegal.com - Albany, New York Real Estate Lawyer Graig Zappia explains the use of purchasing a title insurance policy on a home for when a title dispute emerges. Whether a title dispute involves allegations of improper transfers, liens, unpaid taxes, filing errors or forged signatures, our attorneys can represent complainants and title holders. Mistakes happen with titles, especially when complex real estate transactions are involved. Maybe an heir was not properly notified before you purchased a decedent's home. Maybe a lien originating with a former owner was incorrectly placed on a neighboring property instead of your own. In either case, homeowners are often unaware of these mistakes with the title to their home until after they have purchased a home and made a sizable down payment. Homeowners can save themselves from the added costs associated with defending the title to their property by purchasing an owner's title insurance policy. This title insurance policy will pay for the claims and legal fees that arise from such actions. Our real estate attorneys recommend investing in a comprehensive and affordable title insurance policy, which usually is a one-time cost incurred before closing. Upon request, we can provide a list of outside parties who can provide the necessary title insurance coverage. Watch Real Estate Attorney Graig Zappia's bio video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Di-BlEP8I8g For more on Tully Rinckey's Real Estate Practice: http://albany-ny.tullylegal.com/legal-services/real-estate-law/
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Will Hay Windbag The Sailor

Will Hay Windbag The Sailor

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Windbag the Sailor (1936) is a British comedy film directed by William Beaudine, starring Will Hay in the title role. Ben Cutlet (Will Hay) is a sea captain who entertains his bar room audience with tales of his days at sea, even though in reality his maritime experience extends only to navigating a coal barge. His tall tales catch him out when he is conned into commanding the Rob Roy, an unseaworthy ship, to the West Indies by a gang of criminals who mean to scuttle the ship for the insurance money. The film marked the first appearance of the famous team of Hay, Moffatt and Marriott
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Fort Lauderdale Admiralty Lawyer - Limitation Of Liability - FL Admiralty Attorney

Fort Lauderdale Admiralty Lawyer - Limitation Of Liability - FL Admiralty Attorney

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Fort Lauderdale Admiralty Lawyer: http://commettelaw.com/maritime-law-attorney-florida.html. Limitation Of Liability - FL Admiralty Attorney. Video Title: Admiralty Law: Limitation Of Liability
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How do I pay my attorney’s fees in my maritime case?

How do I pay my attorney’s fees in my maritime case?

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How do I pay my attorney’s fees in my maritime case? | Luxury Law Group | Lawyers For Your Lifestyle | http://www.luxurylawgroup.com/ | 954-745-0799 | 909 East Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301 There are generally three different types of fee structures in maritime cases. The first of which is an hourly fee, which is where you and the attorney agree to pay the attorney's set hourly rate. There's also a flat fee arrangement. This is most popular with transactional matters, such as the purchase and sale of a yacht or drafting of employment contracts for the vessel's employees. There's also the contingency fee arrangement, which is most popular with personal injury matters. In this situation, you and the attorney agree to a certain percentage of the award, if awarded, to pay the attorney their fees.
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The Carriage of Goods and Passengers by Sea  Long clip

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BOOK REVIEW INTERNATIONAL MARITIME CONVENTIONS: VOLUME 1: THE CARRIAGE OF GOODS AND PASSENGERS BY SEA By Francesco Berlingieri ISBN: 978 0 41571 9 841 INFORMA LAW FROM ROUTLEDGE MARITIME AND TRANSPORT LAW LIBRARY www.tandf.com THE LAW OF THE SEA: COMPLEX MARITIME CONVENTIONS EXAMINED AND EXPLAINED An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers For shipping lawyers, academics and students of maritime law worldwide, this book emerges as an in indispensable work of reference. It is the latest title from the highly regarded Maritime Transport Law Library published by Informa Law from Routledge. With at least thirty other titles in the series, Informa has established itself as the go-to publisher in maritime law and there is nothing to beat them! What is unique about this text is that it brings together in one volume all private international maritime law conventions -- all nineteen of them -- accompanied by expert commentary and analysis. As if all this weren’t enough, the book also examines a number of maritime conventions not yet in force, including the Rotterdam Rules. The author, Francesco Berlingieri, a specialist maritime lawyer based in Genoa, has completed a formidable task. Interestingly, his law firm is cited as the only firm to specialize in maritime law on (we assume) an exclusive basis. Genoa, by the way, rings a rather loud bell in maritime history, as we recall that Christopher Columbus was Genoese. The book contains detailed and complex subject matter, which fortunately is logically organised, with a detailed table of contents, a glossary and an index at the back, all of which facilitate navigation, (appropriately enough), i.e. looking things up. As the title indicates, Part I examines the carriage of goods by sea, while Part II deals with the carriage of passengers by sea. The focus throughout touches on the almost innumerable attempts to unify maritime law internationally, starting from about 1860 onward. The rather convoluted history of this process is summarized in the book’s excellent general introduction, the second part of which deals with the ways in which international conventions may be implemented and the need for a uniform interpretation of them. Time will tell whether a similarly protracted and complicated process will accompany any explorations of the Moon, (who owns it?) as well as Mars and eventually deep space. In his thorough coverage of conventions dealing with the carriage of goods and passengers by sea, the author deals with four conventions in particular, including the UN Convention on the International Carriage of Goods Wholly or Partly by Sea, 2008 (Rotterdam Rules). These are reproduced in Appendix 3 of the four appendices which include the Hague-Visby Rules… the Hamburg Rules… and the Athens Convention. This copiously footnoted book provides a rich source of references and research, including five tables, respectively, of conventions, cases, national legislation, European legislation and ‘travaux preparatoires’ (legislative history). Comprehensive, authoritative and scholarly, this book should eventually occupy pride of place in the library of every lawyer and advisor in maritime law. The publication date is 2014.
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How long will it take to settle my maritime case?

How long will it take to settle my maritime case?

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How long will it take to settle my maritime case? | Luxury Law Group | Lawyers For Your Lifestyle | http://www.luxurylawgroup.com/ | 954-745-0799 | 909 East Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301 Settling a maritime case depends on several factors. A settlement can take place as soon as a few months after the attorney has received your matter, reviewed it, the facts and gone through some of the important documentation, and had a chance to have a first discussion with the other side about your potential settlement. If you do not agree at that time, you can always continue the case to trial, and another attempt can be made to have a settlement along the way. If a settlement is unsuccessful at some point, it generally takes a year for the case to go to trial and to be heard.
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Insuring Cargoes

Insuring Cargoes

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BOOK REVIEW INSURING CARGOES A practical guide to the law and practice By K.S. Vishwanath ISBN: 978-1-905-331-956 Witherby Publishing www.witherby.com THE ACTUAL PRACTICE OF MARINE CARGO INSURANCE PRINCIPLES An Appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers If you're reading or watching this review, you are probably a shipping practitioner faced with complex claims which tend to hinge on detail and minute practicalities. Or perhaps you're an insurer, owner, or claims adjuster confronted by complicated underwriting issues. If you're in any way professionally involved in marine cargo insurance, read this book. You could well find the answer to most -- if not all -- of your enquiries in it. As you'll discover, it's thoroughly researched and readable -- and in our view (although we are not experts in this field) it should be required reading, not just for legal practitioners, but also -- as the author points out -- for underwriters, brokers, forwarders, surveyors, P & I Clubs, cargo owners and shippers. The sub-title, 'a practical guide to the law and practice', is certainly apt. As Vishwanath is an underwriter and adjuster himself, the emphasis is placed on what has happened, what can happen, and what actually does happens to marine cargoes -- and the insurance implications and consequences which can result. To cite only one example; the consequences of an improperly drafted insurance policy on a cargo can be financially disastrous, whether for individuals or companies. This book can certainly alert practitioners and all others concerned to the contingencies and risks that may impact on a particular cargo and on a particular voyage. The specific aim here is obviously to construct insurance cover that is -- no pun intended -- watertight! Unlike most other books of its kind which focus on the London market and on risks placed in that market, Vishwanath's book is global in its scope and orientation, with detailed comment on and almost innumerable case references to, issues and events drawn not just from London, but from a number of other jurisdictions, including France, Norway and the US. The book is also an invaluable source of technical information in plain English, much of it illustrated graphically with photos and diagrams. It's therefore intelligible not just to the techies of this world, but to the general informed reader. For further ease of reference, crucial points are highlighted and footnoted where appropriate. Of particular note, there's an exhaustive and highly detailed chapter four on Incoterms and Insurable Interest included in this edition, with a separate chapter on Seller's Contingency Insurance. None of the contemporary books available on the insuring cargoes contain such a detailed commentary on practical issues concerning these topics which will be most useful to some readers. So, for practitioners and insurance professionals, not to mention students in this field, 'Insuring Cargoes' is a welcome contribution to the literature of cargo insurance and the development of coverage and clauses in international markets, describing in a refreshingly topical way the actual practice of the principles involved.
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What is the Marketable Record Title Act and how can it help with title issues?

What is the Marketable Record Title Act and how can it help with title issues?

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What is the Marketable Record Title Act and how can it help with title issues? | Sheftall & Associates | Knowledge. Skill. Focus. | Contact | (904) 638-7712 | http://sheftalllaw.com/ | One Independent Drive, Suite 3201, Jacksonville, Florida 32202 The Market of Record Title Act, or MRTA, is a Florida statute that basically acts as a giant eraser, and subject to the exceptions listed in that statute, it extinguishes or erases a state's interests, claims, or charges that are more than 30 years old and helps to make title to a given parcel of land marketable and free and clear of all those interests. The exceptions listed in the statute prevent certain interests from being extinguished, but a real estate attorney can use MRTA to make the title insurance company remove certain exceptions from the title commitment. It can be especially helpful with regard to mineral reservations. Now, although it won't extinguish a mineral reservation, a lot of times through MRTA, a real estate attorney can have the right of entry or access associated with the mineral reservations removed, which prevents the holder of the mineral interest from entering the property to explore or mine for minerals, which is explained by John Sefton in a different video, prevents that holder of the mineral interests from forcing a property owner to relocate buildings or structures, including a home, to mine that area of the property.
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3-19-12  The attempt to secure a car, Proof of our research, and more.flv

3-19-12 The attempt to secure a car, Proof of our research, and more.flv

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GSA takes Class C North title

GSA takes Class C North title

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From the school band to the cutting of the nets and all the great play in between, highlights from the George Stevens Academy Eagles 55-43 victory over the Bucksport Golden Bucks for the Class C North title on February 20 at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor. Photo by Monique Labbe
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10 Maritime Sales Contracts

10 Maritime Sales Contracts

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CIF Contract : CIF stands for Cost, Insurance and Freight. The seller has to bear Freight & Insurance Cost  FOB Contract : FOB stands for ‘Free on Board’. Seller has to deliver goods on board the ship. The buyer has to pay Freight & Insurance.  DES Contract : DES means Delivered Ex Ship (also referred as Ex-Ship). In DES contract, the seller has to deliver the goods to the buyer at the port of Destination.  FAS Contract : FAS means ‘Free Alongside Ship’. The seller has to deliver goods at port of despatch. Buyer has to pay Freight & Insurance Charges.
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