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Pitfalls in Marine Casualty Reporting

If you hold a Captain´s license, you may want to pay close attention to this article. The U.S. Coast Guard Read More >>

Salvage Convention of 1989: Rewarding Efforts to Protect the Environment

To the professional salvor, the principle of “No cure – No pay” is one of the most inequitable rules to Read More >>

Warranties of Seaworthiness in Marine Insurance

Whether a boatowner knows it or not, there are two occasions upon which he will warrant to his marine insurer Read More >>

The Implied Warranty of Workmanlike Performance

While many rules of maritime law originated in ancient times and have been passed along through the ages, there are Read More >>

Maintaining Health Care Coverage After a Divorce

The cost of health care has made health insurance a critical necessity for most families. In an intact family, generally Read More >>

Treasure Salvage: Finders Keepers?

Property found in or near the water may take many forms – from a derelict vessel found drifting on the Read More >>

Maryland Inheritance Taxes: An Update

Near the end of the 2000 legislative session, the Maryland General Assembly passed a bill that significantly expands the class Read More >>

The Subcontractor and Construction Project Bidding

The Court of Special Appeals of Maryland recently affirmed a few understood yet not entirely verified rules of law relating Read More >>

Understanding the Differences Between Towing and Salvage

Every year, hundreds of boaters discover first-hand the difference between contract towing and salvage. In many cases, the discovery is Read More >>