maritime law


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Synonyms for maritime law

the branch of international law that deals with territorial and international waters or with shipping or with ocean fishery etc

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If Tote is successful in proving that it is not at fault for the wreck, the maritime law could limit the company's financial liability to either the value of the vessel and cargo after the disaster, or to a value based on the tonnage of the vessel.
The firm is composed of outstanding trial attorneys with decades of experience handling cases involving pharmaceutical liability, personal injury, asbestos exposure, business litigation, product liability, maritime law, and sports and entertainment law.
Dean Cheng, senior research fellow at the Heritage Foundation's Asian studies center, said the more streamlined Chinese coast guard is one of the largest maritime law enforcement organizations in the world.
China's maritime law enforcement used to be loose and inefficient.
The country's oceanic administration will be restructured to unify maritime law enforcement forces under a single administration, amid maritime disputes with several neighbors in East and South China Sea.
Summary: Beijing: China is bring its maritime law enforcement bodies under a single command, a top .
The United States provided maritime law enforcement training to Cambodian authorities both within Cambodia and the United States.
The report by the National Institute for Defense Studies noted "a clear pattern of collaboration" between the People's Liberation Army and Chinese government departments in the field of maritime security, referring to joint drills and exercises between the PLA and maritime law enforcement agencies.
The report by the National Institute for Defense Studies noted 'a clear pattern of collaboration' between the People's Liberation Army and Chinese Government departments in the field of maritime security, referring to joint drills and exercises between the PLA and maritime law enforcement agencies.
Having fulfilled his obligation under maritime law to rescue them, the captain ordered his crew to continue to Singapore, the ship's intended destination, but the asylum seekers became very aggressive and the master of the ship made the decision to turn the vessel around and head to Christmas Island.
While at Bogle & Gates for 9 years, Mason's practice focused on labor & employment law, providing legal advice and litigation services for clients in a variety of industries covering a range of subject matter, from contract and tax issues to maritime law and intellectual property.
whether the parent of a seaman who died from injuries may recover under general maritime law for loss of society, and whether a claim for the seaman's lost future earnings survives his death.
Hurley will be spearheading the blue water and brown water maritime law group handling domestic and foreign insurers and P&I Club work.
The firm is well-versed in maritime law, and can help you if you are looking to file a Jones Act claim another type of claim under maritime law.
Muscat A top International Labour Organisation (ILO) official has urged countries in the region to ratify the Maritime Labour Convention (MLC) to strengthen the EoACAyFourth Pillar' of international maritime law.
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