• Tulane Law School's William Tetley Memorial Lecture in Maritime Law 2016

    Alexander von Ziegler (LLM ’84), professor of International Trade Law at the University of Zurich and a partner at Schellenberg Wittmer, delivered Tulane's William Tetley Memorial Lecutre in Maritime Law on April 6, 2016. Title: “Carriage of Goods by Sea and the Underlying Sales Contract

    published: 22 Apr 2016
  • Strawman Explained - Legal Fiction Documentary - Common Law and Sovereignty

    Strawman Explained - Legal Fiction Documentary: Common Law & Sovereignty If you see your name with a title (Mr. or Mrs.) or they use our name in upper case letters. This is back to admiralty law. The 'legal fiction' is an abstract theory to explain a concept. And so is the term 'strawman'. Strawman theory is a theory prevalent in various movements such as sovereign citizen, tax protestor, freeman on the land, the redemption movement and various others. The theory holds that an individual has two personas, one of him or herself as a real flesh and blood human being and the other, a separate legal personality or person (usually written in CAPITALS) who is the "strawman". The idea is that an individual’s debts, liabilities, taxes and legal responsibilities belong to the strawman rathe...

    published: 29 Nov 2016
  • Florida Personal Injury and Maritime Attorney: Peter Commette

    Fort Lauderdale Maritime and Personal Injury Attorney: http://www.commettelaw.com/ Video Title: Lawyer Jokes

    published: 15 Mar 2012
  • Ward of the Court | 1-800-OBRYANS | Maritime Lawyer

    How are seamen classified as wards of the court? Find out from maritime attorney Dennis O'Bryan from O'Bryan Baun Karamanian.

    published: 05 Dec 2013
  • Carriage of Goods by Sea Introduction

    Dr Melis Özdel introduces the Carriage of Goods by Sea course. Carriage of Goods by Sea Modules: • Module A: Contracts of affreightment and voyage charter parties • Module B: Time charter parties • Module C: The bill of lading contract and functions • Module D: International conventions regulating the rights and obligations of the parties to the bill of lading contract Find out more about this course here: http://www.londoninternational.ac.uk/courses/postgraduate/llm-postgraduate-laws-llm-postgraduate-diploma-postgraduate-certificate#structure Find out more about the course convenor Dr Melis Özdel: https://www.laws.ucl.ac.uk/people/melis-ozdel/

    published: 20 Jan 2017
  • 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
  • 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
  • Presentation of Prof. Harry L. Roque at the Angara Centre forum on maritime disputes

    ABSTRACT OF PRESENTATION Manila and Beijing are in a standoff over Scarborough Shoal, a body of water with 5 very small rocks permanently above water. According to China, the shoal, which it refers to as the "Huangyan" island, was discovered and forms part of Chinese territory since the 1200's. Manila counters that while it maintains title over the rock itself through effective occupation as evidenced, among others, by the fact that it had built a light house on the island, bulk of the disputed territory consists of water which falls within its exclusive economic zone pursuant to the UN Convention on the Law of the Seas. The stand-off was triggered when the BRP Gregorio Del Pilar, the Philippines one and only warship, reported that Chinese fishermen were engaged in illegal fishing in the...

    published: 08 Dec 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
  • UNDERSTANDING ADMIRALTY LAW vs COMMON LAW

    A very informative TRUTH TALK NEWS discussion concerning Admiralty Law vs. Common Law, the IRS, jurisdiction, the differences between legal and lawful, self-determination, codes and statutes and how to properly use "the system" to win in court and legally avoid fines and penalties. Vinny Bda Truth co-hosts. Broadcast LIVE 7/2/15 on www.UnitedFMRadio.com Subscribe, follow and share TRUTH TALK NEWS "Where truth the mainstream media ignores is the top story!" http://www.HowardNema.com Listen to TRUTH TALK NEWS LIVE 3-5PM EST on UNITED FM RADIO on any device @ http://streema.com/radios/United_FM_Radio 'One basic truth can be used as a foundation for a mountain of lies, and if we dig down deep enough in the mountain of lies, and bring out that truth, to set it on top of the mountain of ...

    published: 03 Jul 2015
  • Florida Personal Injury and Maritime Attorney: Peter Commette

    Fort Lauderdale Maritime and Personal Injury Attorney: http://www.commettelaw.com/ Video Title: Peace Of Mind

    published: 16 Mar 2012
  • 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
  • PA Boats and Guns

    Independent Program Attorney Justin McShane: I don't know about you, but I am so thankful it’s summertime. And with summer, comes boats and boating. A lot of the questions we get here at U.S. Law Shield of Pennsylvania surround acts and circumstances having to do with a boat in boating. One of the big questions is “Are my gun rights affected because I'm on a boat?” And the answer to that depends upon do you have a license to carry a firearm? Under the Fish and Game code, it is illegal for anyone to have a loaded gun, whether it is a short-barreled rifle, or a short-barreled shotgun, or any other weapon, any type of pistol, any type of long gun, loaded on a watercraft unless you have a license to carry a firearm. That's a whole other reason why you should go out and get a license to c...

    published: 01 Aug 2017
  • Florida Personal Injury and Maritime Attorney: Peter Commette

    Fort Lauderdale Maritime and Personal Injury Attorney: http://www.commettelaw.com/ Video Title: Preparation

    published: 15 Mar 2012
  • Statehood, visualized - International Law Animation

    Statehood in International law , explained , simplified and visualized. Overview of the concept of states and statehood a subject of international public law as stated in the Montevideo Convention. This Animation video examins the 5 critiea for an entity to be called a state under the Montevideo convention : population, territory, government , sovereignty and independence.

    published: 31 May 2015
  • The Healy Lectures on Admiralty Law 2005 to 2015

    BOOK REVIEW THE HEALY LECTURES ON ADMIRALTY LAW 2005-2015 Edited by John D. Kimball ISBN: 978 1 1386 79221 (Hardback) Informa Law from Routledge www.informa.com STARTLING INSIGHTS INTO THE COMPLEXITIES OF MARITIME LAW, INCLUDING THE SALVAGE OF THE RMS TITANIC An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers If you are a maritime lawyer, this new publication from Informa Law from Routledge will make a distinguished contribution to your law library, providing as it does, a source of further enlightenment on some of the grand themes of maritime law and their application to specific cases. We can almost guarantee that law students and yes, non-lawyers too, will find themselves fascinated by the lectures contained in this book, one of which for e...

    published: 20 Aug 2016
  • 2017 Jones Act Lawyers - Injured on the river? 3 sneaky tactics companies use! Maritime Attorneys

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    published: 20 Mar 2017
  • What should I expect to pay if an employee is killed on a maritime job?

    What should I expect to pay if an employee is killed on a maritime job? | Luxury Law Group | Lawyers For Your Lifestyle | http://www.luxurylawgroup.com/ | 954-745-0799 | 909 East Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301 If an employee is killed on a maritime job, one can expect to have to pay pre-death loss wages, pre-death medical expenses and cost, pre-death pain and suffering as well as other financial support to dependents and next of kin.

    published: 01 Nov 2016
  • What Are Salvage Rights?

    Can beachcombers keep what they find? Telegraph. Salvage laws have evolved from the philosophy that protection of maritime property at sea is considered abandonment must be expressed with intent. The potential financial rewards mean that salvage rights are sometimes legally contested by several parties jan 22, 2007 in addition, those who fail to report wreckage will lose any and may be ordered pay the owner twice value of find Know your sailing magazine. Before a ship operator would be willing to depart from his schedule the law of salvage encourages those on sea help one another. Finding an abandoned vessel at sea or along the shoreline, salvage in maritime law, rescue of a ship its cargo on navigable waters from peril that, except for rescuer's assistance, would have led to loss addition...

    published: 17 Jul 2017
  • "What is Maritime Law?" | CALL US TODAY

    Maritime Law, which is also known as Admiralty Law, involves both federal law and state law. In this latest video, experienced injury lawyer, Daniel Buttafuoco, goes in-depth into what it actually is and what is covered under Maritime Law. --- For more information or to speak with an experienced personal injury lawyer go to http://www.1800NowHurt.com. Call 24/7 to speak with attorneys who have handled some of the countries TOP Personal Injury Cases. Call Us Today at: 1-800-669-4878 --- personal injury lawyer, new york injury, injury attorney, new york injury lawyer, new york personal injury, new york personal injury attorney, car accident, new york car accident lawyer, new york car accident attorney

    published: 26 May 2015
  • Central Florida Maritime Attorney - Charpentier Law Firm

    http://www.brevardlawyer.com - A Central Florida maritime attorney needs to be familiar with the differences between state and federal law. Maritime is primarily a federal law that is dictated through the government. Its very important to find an attorney who knows the specifics of federal law, such as the attorney at Charpentier Law Firm who has handled many cases concerning the law of the sea. To learn more about maritime cases and Charpentier Law Firm, please visit http://www.brevardlawyer.com. You may contact our law firm at: Charpentier Law Firm, P.A. North Brevard 1135 South Washington Avenue Titusville, Florida 32780 (321) 631-5446 Central Brevard 1980 Michigan Avenue Cocoa, Florida 32922 (321) 631-5446 South Brevard 2285 West Eau Gallie Blvd. Melbourne, Flo...

    published: 23 Sep 2009
  • Prof. Margaret Griffiths and Dr Nicholas Ryder talk "Commercial Law"

    Professor Margaret Griffiths and Dr Nicholas Ryder talk about their new book "Commercial Law: Principles and Policy" published by Cambridge University Press. Inspection copies available now: http://ow.ly/amkkw

    published: 18 Apr 2012
  • Bohrer Brady LLC Attorneys at Law Maritime Lawyer

    At the Bohrer Brady LLC, helping people just like you is our business - our only business. We help victims of personal injuries get compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, property damage, pain and suffering, disability, loss of employment, loss of life, and more. Our personal injury attorneys will work closely with you to understand your injuries and seek fair and just compensation. Learn more at http://bohrerbrady.com

    published: 31 Jul 2015
  • Malcolm Shaw on the Acquisition of Title to Territory

    To watch the full lecture, please go to http://legal.un.org/avl/ls/Shaw_BD.html Mr. Malcolm Shaw, The Sir Robert Jennings Professor of International Law, University of Leicester

    published: 24 Apr 2015
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Tulane Law School's William Tetley Memorial Lecture in Maritime Law 2016
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Alexander von Ziegler (LLM ’84), professor of International Trade Law at the University of Zurich and a partner at Schellenberg Wittmer, delivered Tulane's William Tetley Memorial Lecutre in Maritime Law on April 6, 2016. Title: “Carriage of Goods by Sea and the Underlying Sales Contract
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Strawman Explained - Legal Fiction Documentary - Common Law and Sovereignty
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Strawman Explained - Legal Fiction Documentary - Common Law and Sovereignty

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Strawman Explained - Legal Fiction Documentary: Common Law & Sovereignty If you see your name with a title (Mr. or Mrs.) or they use our name in upper case letters. This is back to admiralty law. The 'legal fiction' is an abstract theory to explain a concept. And so is the term 'strawman'. Strawman theory is a theory prevalent in various movements such as sovereign citizen, tax protestor, freeman on the land, the redemption movement and various others. The theory holds that an individual has two personas, one of him or herself as a real flesh and blood human being and the other, a separate legal personality or person (usually written in CAPITALS) who is the "strawman". The idea is that an individual’s debts, liabilities, taxes and legal responsibilities belong to the strawman rather than the physical individual themselves. As always, use this info to gather more info. Subscribe to this channel - http://www.youtube.com/c/ProperGander Proper Gander on Minds.com - http://www.minds.com/Joelsee Join Minds.com today: https://www.minds.com/register;referrer=Joelsee Proper Gander on Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/aProperGander PayPal Donations welcome. Click here: http://goo.gl/FxXWYQ Meet Your Strawman - http://www.yourstrawman.com/ Your straw man (Strawman) is an artificial person - http://freedom-school.com/aware/your-straw-man-is-an-artificial-person.html Killing Your STRAWMAN – The Path To Freedom - https://realitybloger.wordpress.com/2010/02/26/killing-your-strawman-the-path-to-freedom/ Is your dead legal fiction STRAWMAN still enslaving you? - https://anticorruptionsociety.com/2015/08/10/is-your-dead-legal-fiction-strawman-still-enslaving-you/ The UCC Connection to Our Slavery & How to Access Our Strawman Account - https://geopolitics.co/2015/04/12/the-ucc-connection-to-our-slavery-how-to-acces-your-strawman-account/ The Legal Fiction - How They Control Us - http://www.ukcolumn.org/article/legal-fiction-how-they-control-us Freemen on the land - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freemen_on_the_land Sovereign citizen movement - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sovereign_citizen_movement Sovereignty - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sovereignty UNDERSTANDING COMMON LAW - http://www.friendsoffreedom.com/Writings/CommonLaw.html Legal Remedy? Sovereign? Freeman? Common Law? No Way! - http://losethename.com/legal-remedy-sovereign-freeman-common-law-no-way/ A FREEMAN NAMED “RICK” WINS IN CANADIAN COURT - https://indianinthemachine.wordpress.com/2011/03/26/a-freeman-named-rick-wins-in-canadian-court-by-claiming-common-law-as-a-sovereign-human-and-not-falling-for-courtroom-tricks/ Sovereignty and Freedom - http://famguardian.org/subjects/Freedom/Freedom.htm Sovereign Citizens Movement - https://www.splcenter.org/fighting-hate/extremist-files/ideology/sovereign-citizens-movement
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Florida Personal Injury and Maritime Attorney: Peter Commette
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Ward of the Court | 1-800-OBRYANS | Maritime Lawyer
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Ward of the Court | 1-800-OBRYANS | Maritime Lawyer

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How are seamen classified as wards of the court? Find out from maritime attorney Dennis O'Bryan from O'Bryan Baun Karamanian.
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Carriage of Goods by Sea Introduction
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Carriage of Goods by Sea Introduction

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Dr Melis Özdel introduces the Carriage of Goods by Sea course. Carriage of Goods by Sea Modules: • Module A: Contracts of affreightment and voyage charter parties • Module B: Time charter parties • Module C: The bill of lading contract and functions • Module D: International conventions regulating the rights and obligations of the parties to the bill of lading contract Find out more about this course here: http://www.londoninternational.ac.uk/courses/postgraduate/llm-postgraduate-laws-llm-postgraduate-diploma-postgraduate-certificate#structure Find out more about the course convenor Dr Melis Özdel: https://www.laws.ucl.ac.uk/people/melis-ozdel/
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The Carriage of Goods and Passengers by Sea  Long clip
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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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Fort Lauderdale Admiralty Lawyer - Limitation Of Liability - FL Admiralty Attorney
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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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Presentation of Prof. Harry L. Roque at the Angara Centre forum on maritime disputes
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Presentation of Prof. Harry L. Roque at the Angara Centre forum on maritime disputes

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ABSTRACT OF PRESENTATION Manila and Beijing are in a standoff over Scarborough Shoal, a body of water with 5 very small rocks permanently above water. According to China, the shoal, which it refers to as the "Huangyan" island, was discovered and forms part of Chinese territory since the 1200's. Manila counters that while it maintains title over the rock itself through effective occupation as evidenced, among others, by the fact that it had built a light house on the island, bulk of the disputed territory consists of water which falls within its exclusive economic zone pursuant to the UN Convention on the Law of the Seas. The stand-off was triggered when the BRP Gregorio Del Pilar, the Philippines one and only warship, reported that Chinese fishermen were engaged in illegal fishing in the area. Beijing responded by sending its own war ships and a multitude of fishing vessels to the area. Recently, Beijing declared that it was in complete control of the disputed waters. The Philippines, being no match to China's new-found military and economic might, initially attempted to engage China in this regard through a multilateral dialogue involving ASEAN and the United States. China flatly rejected this insisting instead on a bilateral dialogue. The member countries of ASEAN and the United States were similarly lukewarm to the Philippines proposal. The Philippines has since initiated arbitration under the UNCLOS dispute settlement procedure to resolve this controversy . China has again flatly rejected this and has made clear it wil not participate in the proceedings. Without saying it, it alludes to its reservations to the dispute settlement procedures of the UNCLOS. Concededly, the dispute settlement procedure under the UNCOS is one of the most complex and confusing procedures in modern times. Still, the prospect of resort to them should be examined closely as compliance with states obligation to refrain from the use of force in the resolution of disputes resolving conflicting claims to maritime territory such as the Scarborough. The paper will hence examine what is the scope of the mandatory and compulsory dispute settlement procedures of the UNCLOS and whether this procedure may be applied in arriving at a pacific settlement of this latest maritime dispute. Further, it will also examine whether the express reservations made by China to these procedures will preempt a resolution of the dispute under the UNCLOS. In addressing these two issues, the paper will rely heavily on past practice of states and tribunals in construing the mandatory jurisdiction of international tribunals. SPEAKER PROFILE Harry Roque is an Associate Professor at the College of Law in the University of the Philippines. He was the Director of the UP Law Center Institute of International Legal Studies. He is admitted to practice before the International Criminal Court, the first Asian to do so. He is also elected to the Governing Council of the Asian Society of International Law and the International Criminal Bar. He is the founding editor-in-chief of the Asia-Pacific Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law jointly published by the Institute of International Legal Studies and the International Committee on the Red Cross. He is also in the Editorial Board of the Asian Journal of International Law and the Asian Journal of Comparative Law. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Political Science from the University of Michigan), Bachelor of Laws from the University of the Philippines, and a Master of Laws from the London School of Economics. DOWNLOAD PRESENTATION: http://www.scribd.com/doc/189470408/Examining-the-UNCLOS-Dispute-Settlement-Procedure-in-the-Settlement-of-the-Scarborough-Shoal-Dispute WEBSITE: www.angaracentre.com FACEBOOK FAN PAGE: www.facebook.com/angaracentre TWITTER: www.twitter.com/angaracentre GOOGLE+: Angara Centre
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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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UNDERSTANDING ADMIRALTY LAW vs COMMON LAW
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UNDERSTANDING ADMIRALTY LAW vs COMMON LAW

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A very informative TRUTH TALK NEWS discussion concerning Admiralty Law vs. Common Law, the IRS, jurisdiction, the differences between legal and lawful, self-determination, codes and statutes and how to properly use "the system" to win in court and legally avoid fines and penalties. Vinny Bda Truth co-hosts. Broadcast LIVE 7/2/15 on www.UnitedFMRadio.com Subscribe, follow and share TRUTH TALK NEWS "Where truth the mainstream media ignores is the top story!" http://www.HowardNema.com Listen to TRUTH TALK NEWS LIVE 3-5PM EST on UNITED FM RADIO on any device @ http://streema.com/radios/United_FM_Radio 'One basic truth can be used as a foundation for a mountain of lies, and if we dig down deep enough in the mountain of lies, and bring out that truth, to set it on top of the mountain of lies; the entire mountain of lies will crumble under the weight of that one truth, and there is nothing more devastating to a structure of lies than the revelation of the truth upon which the structure of lies was built, because the shock waves of the revelation of the truth reverberate, and continue to reverberate throughout the Earth for generations to follow, awakening even those people who had no desire to be awakened to the truth.' Delamer Duverus If you seek truth and want to restore Constitutional Gov't please subscribe and share the valuable information contained on this site. Thank you for your continued support. Please share this information. All content on TRUTH TALK NEWS and HowardNema.com are for the purposes of FAIR USE and can be used by anyone in accordance with U.S. Copyright law. TRUTH TALK NEWS and http://www.HowardNema.com are both free and independent of any network, group or association. FAIR USE NOTICE: Some content displayed on this video/site may contain copyrighted material the use of which has not been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. This material has been made available in our efforts to advance understanding political, human rights, economic, democracy, scientific, and social justice issues, etc. constituting a 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law. In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107, all the material on this site is distributed without profit to those who have expressed a prior interest in receiving the included information for research and educational purposes.
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Florida Personal Injury and Maritime Attorney: Peter Commette
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Florida Personal Injury and Maritime Attorney: Peter Commette

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Part 2: Importance of Bills of Lading in Shipping
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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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PA Boats and Guns
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PA Boats and Guns

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Independent Program Attorney Justin McShane: I don't know about you, but I am so thankful it’s summertime. And with summer, comes boats and boating. A lot of the questions we get here at U.S. Law Shield of Pennsylvania surround acts and circumstances having to do with a boat in boating. One of the big questions is “Are my gun rights affected because I'm on a boat?” And the answer to that depends upon do you have a license to carry a firearm? Under the Fish and Game code, it is illegal for anyone to have a loaded gun, whether it is a short-barreled rifle, or a short-barreled shotgun, or any other weapon, any type of pistol, any type of long gun, loaded on a watercraft unless you have a license to carry a firearm. That's a whole other reason why you should go out and get a license to carry a firearm. They are easy to get in Pennsylvania. Are Boats Vehicles? One of the other questions that come up with self-defense—is a boat considered to be a vehicle? Why would someone care about that? Well, someone might care about that because, as we know in Pennsylvania, we have a very broad, very wide, Castle Doctrine that includes when someone tries to get in your car or remove you from the car. Castle Doctrine has a presumption of reasonableness. Well, a boat is not a car or vehicle, and the vehicle code says that's not going to be something that's going to be covered under the Castle Doctrine in Pennsylvania. However, that doesn't get rid of your right to self-defense. You still have the right to self-defense, you just lose that presumption of reasonableness. Houseboats Houseboats, we get questions all the time about houseboats. There are a lot of houseboats on Lake Raystown and other lakes in Pennsylvania. Is a houseboat a dwelling? Dwelling is important again because of the Castle Doctrine. Because if someone attempts to enter or breach your dwelling, the Castle Doctrine can apply. That's the presumption of reasonableness that's very powerful under the law. And the technical definition of a dwelling is any structure, which for the time being, is a home or place of lodging. So houseboats can be a dwelling, depending upon how it is regularly used. In this particular set of circumstances that a dwelling can cover, but it doesn't automatically cover the houseboat. Alcohol Final question we get a lot is because people like to drink while they're out on the boat. Well, there are a couple of concerns you need to recognize. First off, there are definitely boat BUI rules, which are a very serious consequences in Pennsylvania. They have the same traditional cut offs on the per se already, .08 and .02. Depending upon your age and circumstances, the other aspect you have to be aware of, and what we get asked a lot of questions about is, what if you are drunk in a boat with a gun? Is that against the law? Believe it or not in Pennsylvania, we don't have a specific law like some other states as far as being drunk with guns, so being drunk with gun isn't against the law. You know it all depends on what you do with a gun. If you point the gun at someone, well that's gonna be a simple assault. So regardless if you're sober as a judge or as intoxicated as Cooter McGee, it doesn't matter. It only matters what you do with a gun. If you put a gun up in the air, and you shoot some rounds off, and there's people nearby, there's the picture that you’re potentially recklessly endangering someone, depending on the specifics of the facts, and that is regardless of whether or not you're sober or you're highly intoxicated. So that is some brief discussion about the way that boats and guns in Pennsylvania work.
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Florida Personal Injury and Maritime Attorney: Peter Commette
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Fort Lauderdale Maritime and Personal Injury Attorney: http://www.commettelaw.com/ Video Title: Preparation
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Statehood,  visualized - International Law Animation
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Statehood, visualized - International Law Animation

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Statehood in International law , explained , simplified and visualized. Overview of the concept of states and statehood a subject of international public law as stated in the Montevideo Convention. This Animation video examins the 5 critiea for an entity to be called a state under the Montevideo convention : population, territory, government , sovereignty and independence.
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The Healy Lectures on Admiralty Law 2005 to 2015
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The Healy Lectures on Admiralty Law 2005 to 2015

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BOOK REVIEW THE HEALY LECTURES ON ADMIRALTY LAW 2005-2015 Edited by John D. Kimball ISBN: 978 1 1386 79221 (Hardback) Informa Law from Routledge www.informa.com STARTLING INSIGHTS INTO THE COMPLEXITIES OF MARITIME LAW, INCLUDING THE SALVAGE OF THE RMS TITANIC An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers If you are a maritime lawyer, this new publication from Informa Law from Routledge will make a distinguished contribution to your law library, providing as it does, a source of further enlightenment on some of the grand themes of maritime law and their application to specific cases. We can almost guarantee that law students and yes, non-lawyers too, will find themselves fascinated by the lectures contained in this book, one of which for example, concerns the thorny legal problems raised by the salvaging of RMS Titanic. But of that, more later. The Healy lectures of the title began at the NYU Law School (New York University) in 1992. Their aim, explains the editor John D. Kimball, was ‘to provide a forum for the scholarly consideration of maritime law.’ Nicholas J. Healy himself enjoyed a distinguished career as a maritime lawyer and Adjunct Professor at NYU, teaching Admiralty law from 1947 to 1986. Included in his impressive array of credentials is his service as President of the US Maritime Law Association and as Vice President of the Comite Maritime International. With the support of Informa, the first six lectures were collected and published in a single volume. This second volume contains the second six, namely seven though twelve, which were published previously in the Journal of Maritime Law and Commerce. The orientation of the lectures is obviously American, but no matter, as maritime considerations are for the most part, international. The lectures are grouped under two main headings: ‘Admiralty’s Greatest Hits’ and ‘Wish List: Issues We Wish the US Supreme Court Would Decide’. (Did we say this book would be popular with students? We need say no more.) Of special interest on this side of the Atlantic is the article on marine pollution and the ‘Polluter Pays’ principle. But as we’ve all seen the movie -- indeed a couple of movies -- the lecture by the Honorable Paul V. Niemeyer on the salvage of R.M.S. Titanic, with which the book commences should -- not unexpectedly -- occupy the centre stage of interest. Entitled ‘Applying Jus Gentium to the Salvage of the R.M.S. Titanic in International Waters’, it addresses, to quote its author, ‘the more general question of whether salvage law appropriately applies to the recovery of historic wrecks such as the ‘Titanic’. One of the problems that emerged here was the question of whether a U.S. court had the power to ‘supervise a site that physically lay in international waters.’ Also, do the accepted laws of salvage apply to ‘historic wrecks’, namely wrecks that contain ‘underwater heritage’ under the ancient concept of ‘Jus Gentium’ is explained in some detail. Eye witness accounts of perhaps the most heartbreaking (and avoidable) maritime disaster of them all are also included in the discussion. As the band played ‘Nearer My God to Thee’ until the musicians were up to their knees in water, ‘the lights winked,’ reported The ‘Cleveland Plain Dealer’ ‘the black mass surged under, and the death cries of the hundreds broke into the quiet night.’ ‘To talk about maritime law,’ comments Paul Niemeyer, ‘is to talk about a mysterious scripture of the ages.’ The insights, the notable case studies and the research resources provided by this book are noteworthy in that they extend that conversation, often in unexpected directions. Every maritime lawyer, or indeed any practitioner, should acquire a copy forthwith. The publication date is cited as at 2016.
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2017 Jones Act Lawyers - Injured on the river? 3 sneaky tactics companies use! Maritime Attorneys
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2017 Jones Act Lawyers - Injured on the river? 3 sneaky tactics companies use! Maritime Attorneys

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What should I expect to pay if an employee is killed on a maritime job?
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What should I expect to pay if an employee is killed on a maritime job?

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What should I expect to pay if an employee is killed on a maritime job? | Luxury Law Group | Lawyers For Your Lifestyle | http://www.luxurylawgroup.com/ | 954-745-0799 | 909 East Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301 If an employee is killed on a maritime job, one can expect to have to pay pre-death loss wages, pre-death medical expenses and cost, pre-death pain and suffering as well as other financial support to dependents and next of kin.
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What Are Salvage Rights?
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What Are Salvage Rights?

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Can beachcombers keep what they find? Telegraph. Salvage laws have evolved from the philosophy that protection of maritime property at sea is considered abandonment must be expressed with intent. The potential financial rewards mean that salvage rights are sometimes legally contested by several parties jan 22, 2007 in addition, those who fail to report wreckage will lose any and may be ordered pay the owner twice value of find Know your sailing magazine. Before a ship operator would be willing to depart from his schedule the law of salvage encourages those on sea help one another. Finding an abandoned vessel at sea or along the shoreline, salvage in maritime law, rescue of a ship its cargo on navigable waters from peril that, except for rescuer's assistance, would have led to loss addition vessels, rights also attach any property not permanently intentionally attached shoreline and include freight adrift risk. Law of salvage wikipedia en. The legal concept of an entitlement to sunken treasure who keeps the booty? . Googleusercontent search. Know your salvage rights sailing magazine. Clark beek has rightly pointed out that it is high time i bloviated on the subject of salvage rights a number other issues frequently arise in context pleasure boats which are misunderstood by both sides. Jul 31, 2014 there are rules on the high seas, salvage rights, and other ownership rights to be considered. Uksalvage legal definition of salvagesalvage the law salvage 1. Wikipedia wiki law_of_salvage url? Q webcache. Marine salvage & recreational boaters modern concepts understanding the difference between towing and maritime law resources are finders keepers under sea marine. To recover the shipwreck, discoverer is deemed to have full rights content in a typical salvage case, vessel renders assistance another that has peril necessary give rise claim for must be present and we can help protect your rightsschedule free initial consultation with us by sep 14, 2012 wreck laws, role of receiver wreck, owners salvors how report material 4 two centuries later, laws oleron precursor english maritime law' goods cast upon sea lighten load reason tempestuous definition legal dictionary online law dictionary, adapted constitution united states oct 26, 2008 mariner's responsibilities relating are often misunderstood. The legal significance of salvage is that a successful salvor entitled to reward, which proportion the total value ship and its cargo apr 4, 2013 sailors need know difference between tow before worst happensa few years ago while sailing in south carolina i ran jul 15, dogs how avoid them. The law of salvage is a concept in maritime which states that person who recovers another person's ship or cargo after peril loss at sea entitled to reward commensurate with the value property so saved marine process recovering and its shipwreck other casualty. And each salvage operation is different. Salvage law do you get to keep an abandoned boat? Wavetrain. The ship the probl
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"What is Maritime Law?" | CALL US TODAY
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"What is Maritime Law?" | CALL US TODAY

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Maritime Law, which is also known as Admiralty Law, involves both federal law and state law. In this latest video, experienced injury lawyer, Daniel Buttafuoco, goes in-depth into what it actually is and what is covered under Maritime Law. --- For more information or to speak with an experienced personal injury lawyer go to http://www.1800NowHurt.com. Call 24/7 to speak with attorneys who have handled some of the countries TOP Personal Injury Cases. Call Us Today at: 1-800-669-4878 --- personal injury lawyer, new york injury, injury attorney, new york injury lawyer, new york personal injury, new york personal injury attorney, car accident, new york car accident lawyer, new york car accident attorney
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Central Florida Maritime Attorney - Charpentier Law Firm
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Central Florida Maritime Attorney - Charpentier Law Firm

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http://www.brevardlawyer.com - A Central Florida maritime attorney needs to be familiar with the differences between state and federal law. Maritime is primarily a federal law that is dictated through the government. Its very important to find an attorney who knows the specifics of federal law, such as the attorney at Charpentier Law Firm who has handled many cases concerning the law of the sea. To learn more about maritime cases and Charpentier Law Firm, please visit http://www.brevardlawyer.com. You may contact our law firm at: Charpentier Law Firm, P.A. North Brevard 1135 South Washington Avenue Titusville, Florida 32780 (321) 631-5446 Central Brevard 1980 Michigan Avenue Cocoa, Florida 32922 (321) 631-5446 South Brevard 2285 West Eau Gallie Blvd. Melbourne, Florida 32935 (321) 308-8020 Website: http://www.brevardlawyer.com
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Prof. Margaret Griffiths and Dr Nicholas Ryder talk "Commercial Law"
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Prof. Margaret Griffiths and Dr Nicholas Ryder talk "Commercial Law"

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Professor Margaret Griffiths and Dr Nicholas Ryder talk about their new book "Commercial Law: Principles and Policy" published by Cambridge University Press. Inspection copies available now: http://ow.ly/amkkw
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Bohrer Brady LLC Attorneys at Law Maritime Lawyer
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Bohrer Brady LLC Attorneys at Law Maritime Lawyer

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At the Bohrer Brady LLC, helping people just like you is our business - our only business. We help victims of personal injuries get compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, property damage, pain and suffering, disability, loss of employment, loss of life, and more. Our personal injury attorneys will work closely with you to understand your injuries and seek fair and just compensation. Learn more at http://bohrerbrady.com
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Malcolm Shaw on the Acquisition of Title to Territory
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Malcolm Shaw on the Acquisition of Title to Territory

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To watch the full lecture, please go to http://legal.un.org/avl/ls/Shaw_BD.html Mr. Malcolm Shaw, The Sir Robert Jennings Professor of International Law, University of Leicester
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