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Admiralty and Maritime Law by
Call Number: KF240 .L44 2017
Publication Date: 2017-01-01
Publisher's description: With approximately seventy percent of the earth's surface covered by water, it could be argued that legal issues concerning admiralty do not receive their due in the greater spectrum of the law. Nevertheless, this lack of public recognition is by no means mirrored in the law itself. Vast amounts of shipping traffic, lucrative cruise liners, and pirates, among other things, still require a robust legal regime to successfully, and peacefully, navigate the world's waterways. The goal of this guide is to help the novice and expert alike in finding an appropriate place to begin research; it contains definitions, information and sources on major subtopics, primary and secondary sources of U.S. law, and also sources of international, intranational, and transnational maritime law
Admiralty and Maritime Law by
Call Number: KF1104 .S36 2019
Publication Date: 2018-11-01
This Hornbook is a handy, streamlined one-volume abridgement of Schoenbaum's comprehensive Practitioners' treatise on Admiralty and Maritime Law. The Hornbook covers the essential topics of jurisdiction, admiralty rules and practice, maritime torts, seamen's remedies, maritime workers' compensation, carriage of goods by sea in international trade, charter parties, towage, pilotage, salvage, collision and limitation of liability. Ideal for students and those wanting an introduction to this important field of law, this book places emphasis on the international aspects of maritime law. For this edition the author has reorganized and rewritten most of the sections as well as added important new sections. Every effort was made to analyze and cite every new and recent case on admiralty law up to the time of publication. This work is generally regarded as the definitive academic work on admiralty and maritime law.
Admiralty in a Nutshell by
Call Number: KF1105 .M34 2017
Publication Date: 2017-03-17
Addresses maritime tort law, collision law, worker injury claims, wrongful death, and platform injuries. Explores maritime property liens and the seaman's employment contract, wages, and compromise of claims. Discusses marine insurance, towage and pilotage, salvage, and general average. Also covers sovereign immunity; joint and several liability, indemnity, and contribution; liability limitations; and jurisdiction and procedure in maritime claims.
The Law of the Sea in a Nutshell, 2d by
Call Number: KF1104 .S64 2010
Publication Date: 2010-01-05
From West’s “Nutshell” series, a series of concise introductions to selected legal topics.
Ocean and Coastal Management Law in a Nutshell by
Call Number: KF5627 .Z9 .C48 2019
Publication Date: 2019-09-23
With an increase in fishing, energy extraction, and shipping activity, U.S. ocean and coastal areas are under increasing pressures from even more intensive use and development. This Nutshell, now in its 5th Edition, provides short summaries of state, national, and international law and policy relevant to practitioners and academics interested in the field of ocean and coastal law. The most recent edition, updating legal developments from previous editions, also offers new material on renewable energy, current beach access controversies, the Deepwater Horizon oil spill litigation, coastline adaptation to sea-level rise, climate change, marine litter, international law of the sea negotiations, and policy changes under President Trump's administration.