1 U.S.F. Maritime Law Journal Cumulative Author/Title Index Vols. 1 through 22.2 Adler, Stephen J. Comment: Fighting Terrorism in the New Age: A Call for ExtraTerritorial Jurisdiction Over Terrorists, 18.1 : 171. Allbritton, Jack L. & David W. Robertson Seaman Status After Chandris, Inc. v. Latsis, 8.1 : 29. Altenbrun, Larry & Forrest Booth Maritime and Port Security, Piracy, and Stowaways: Renewed Concerns Over Old Problems, 15.1 : 1. Altenbrun, Larry E. & W.L. Rivers Black & John C. Scalia Recent Developments in Maritime Personal Injury Law, 17.2 : 155. Allen, Craig H. The ISM Code and Shipowner Records: Shared Safety Goals vs. Industry s Privacy Needs, 11.1 : 1. Anders, Frank OPA 90: Is United States Government Sole-Fault Negligence, Gross Negligence, or Willful Misconduct a Defense Against Responsible Party Liability?, 15.1 : 223. Anderson, Andrew W. Salvage and Recreational Vessels: Modern Concepts and Misconceptions, 6.1 : 203. Anderson, Andrew W. & F. David Famulari Practice Guide: Pleasure Boats, 4 : 99. Anderson, III, H. Edwin Applicable Arbitration Rules for Maritime Disputes in Australia and Hong Kong, 6.2 : 387. Assessing the Customary Freight Unit: A COGSA Quagmire, 9.1 : 173. Armitage, Michael L. et al. Shipowners Liability for Longshoremen Personal Injuries: The Supreme Court Blocks the Importation of Unseaworthiness, 7.1 : 67.
2 108 U.S.F. MARITIME LAW JOURNAL [Vols Armstrong, Loren Holy Moses, Ghotra! In-Rem-embrance of Admiralty s Bench Trial, 14.1 : 77. Association of Marine Underwriters of San Francisco, Inc. Glossary of Marine Insurance and Shipping Terms, 14.2 : 305. Bahadur, Rory Protecting Cruise Line Employees Rights to Maintenance and Cure: The Need for Pre-Trial Adjudication, 18.2 : 221. Bale, Jeffrey R. & Robert L. Klawetter Guevara v. Maritime Overseas Corp.: Eradicating Recovery of Punitive Damages in Maintenance and Cure Actions, 8.1 : 119. Bates, Talcott N. Note: The Jones Act Work Platform on the Rocks: Stewart v. Dutra Construction Company, 17.2 : 319. Beckford, Monica A. & Michael L. Sanner Note: Delta Country Ventures: Limiting Admiralty Jurisdiction, 6.1 : 245. Beer, Thomas R. Comment: Established Federal Admiralty Rules In Marine Insurance Contracts and the Wilburn Boat Case, 1 : 149. Benas, Heidi Loken & Lynn Haggerty King The Duty to Defend: When Does It Exist and What Damages are Recoverable for Its Breach?, 7.1 : 245. Bernard, Peter G. Provisional Remedies in Admiralty Canada, 4 : 155. Bernard, Peter G. & Andrew P. Mayer A Tale of Two Sovereigns: Canada, the United States, and Trans-border Pollution Issues, 13.1 : 125. Berns, Philip A. Regression of Maritime Jurisdiction in Tort Actions, 3.1 : 159. Billah, Muhammad Massum
3 ] AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 109 Economic Analysis of Limitation of Shipowners Liability, 19.2 : 297. Black, W.L. Rivers & Larry E. Altenbrun & John C. Scalia Recent Developments in Maritime Personal Injury Law, 17.2 : 155. Blanchard, Alice L. & Tatiana V. Toumanova Comments on Doing Business in the Russian Federation, 6.2 : 519. Blocker, Denise Savoie Recent Developments in Jurisdiction, Forum Non Conveniens and Forum Selection Clauses, 5.1 : 171. Booth, Forrest Who Owns Sunken Treasure? The Supreme Court, the Abandoned Shipwreck Act and the BROTHER JONATHAN, 11.1 : 77. Booth, Forrest & Larry Altenbrun Maritime and Port Security, Piracy, and Stowaways: Renewed Concerns Over Old Problems, 15.1 : 1. Booth, Forrest & Lynn Haggerty King Bad Faith Legal Trends In Suits Against Insurers, 4 : 1. Brand, Beverly A. & John S. Pierce Recent Developments in Attorney Fee Disputes, 7.1 : 205. Bratz, David C. & Amanda A. Owen Discrimination and Harassment Claims Against Maritime Employers: Preparing for and Facing Down the Inevitable, 15.1 : 111. Brodsky, Eugene A. & Karen M. Houston From Subsistence to Starvation: A Call for Judicial Reexamination of Gardiner v. Sea Land Services, Inc., 9.1 : 71. Bromley, John Canadian Practice and Procedure in the Enforcement of Maritime Clains, 19.1 : 101. Brooks, K. Allen California Oil Spill Laws in the Wake of United States v. Locke, 12.2 : 227. Bryant, Dennis L. Historical and Legal Aspects of Maritime Security, 17.1 : 1.
4 110 U.S.F. MARITIME LAW JOURNAL [Vols Bull, III, Edward M. Comment: Seamen Status Applied: A Practical Guide to Status Determination, 1 : 43. Seaman Status Revisited: A Practical Guide to Status Determination, 6.2 : 547. Bunnell, Gregory A. & Jeffrey S. Mutnick The Effect of Epidemic-Type Claims in the Maritime Workplace: An Overview, 4 : 67. Burrell, Lizabeth L. Current Problems in Maritime Uniformity, 5.1 : 67. Canty, Kevin & Geoffrey Robb Dispute Resolution Developments: Selecting Law, Jurisdiction, and Arbitration in Marine Insurance Policy, 15.2 : 325. Carr, Frederick J. Comment: Statutory Liability For Oil Pollution From Vessels In Marine Environments, 3.2 : 267. Chapman, James L. & Shawn A. Voyles Cargo Litigation: A Primer on Cargo Claims and Review of Recent Developments, 16.1 : 1. Chen, Xia Maritime Oil Pollution Damage in the People s Republic of China: The Legal Framework of the Liability System and Compensation Scheme, 6.2 : 449. Coleman, III, Charles L. Federal Preemption of State BAP Laws: Repelling State Boarders in the Interest of Uniformity, 9.2 : 305. Coleman, Phyllis Scuba Diving Buddies: Rights, Obligations, and Liabilities, 20.1 : 75. Cook, Allyson Comment: The Suits in Admiralty Act and the Federal Tort Claims Act: Bridging the Gap Between Congressional Intent and Judicial Interpretation, 16.1 : 119. Daniel, B. D. Potential Liability of Marine Classification Societies to Non-Contracting Parties, 19.2 : 183.
5 ] AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 111 Danoff, Eric M. Provisional Remedies in Admiralty in Selected Pacific Rim Countries, 4 : 147. Provisional Remedies in Admiralty United States, 4 : 293. Settlement Credit and Contribution Under Maritime Law: The Effect of McDermott, Inc. v. AmClyde, 7.1 : 187. Marine Insurance for Loss or Damage Caused by Terrorism or Political Violence, 16.1 : 61. A Memorial Tribute to Wayne F. Emard, 17.2 : 406. Darmody, Stephen J. & Kevin E. Lunday Using Financial Markets to Protect the Environment: U.S. Coast Guard Leads Modern Approach, 10.2 : 173. Davis, Charles M. Federal Supersession of State Workers Compensation Acts as Applied to Jones Act Seamen, 8.2 : 185. SKY REEFER: Foreign Arbitration & Litigation Under COGSA, 8.1 : 73. DeGiulio, Frank P. Electronic Discovery: A Practicum for the Maritime Lawyer, 19.1 : 1. degravelles, John W. Harbor Tug & Barge Co. v. Papai: Another Turn on the Labyrinth?, 10.2 : 209. Supreme Court Charts Course for Maritime Punitive Damages, 22.2 : 123. Deng, Han To Court or Arbitration: the Ninth Circuit Favors Arbitration in Foreign Seafarers Wage Claims in Rogers v. Royal Caribbean Cruise Line, 22.2 : 191. Do, Andrew Hoang Seaman Remedies and Maritime Releases: A Practical Consideration, 7.2 : 379. Donovan, Charles S. Arrest and Attachment in Admiralty, 5.1 : 127. Picking the Shipowner s Poison Choice-of-Law Clauses and Maritime Liens, 14.1 : 185. Donovan, Charles S. & Elizabeth M. Miller How Is OPA 90 Faring from the Vessel Interests Perspective? A Look at the MORRIS J. BERMAN Oil Spill and the Current Rule on Certificates of Financial Responsibility, 7.1 : 23.
6 112 U.S.F. MARITIME LAW JOURNAL [Vols Dornak, David B. Maritime Applications of the United States Nonproliferation Policy: Are We Trading Lives for Nuclear Waste?, 10.1 : 109. Dougherty, William F. Multi-Contact Analysis for a Multinational Industry: The United States Approach to Choice of Law Analysis in the Enforcement of Maritime Liens, 13.1 : 75. Dripps, Roy The Seaman s Election Under the Jones Act: A Reply to Professors Robertson Sturley, 14.1 : 127. and Ducey, Mitchell F. & Thomas A. Russell Current Topics in the Law of Recreational Boating, 5.1 : 107. DuClos, Justin Liability for Losses Caused by Inherently Dangerous Goods Shipped by Sea, 20.1 : 1. Dupree, Eric A. et al. Burdens of Proof Under the LHWCA: A Primer on the Opportunities for Creative Litigation Arising from the Effect of Presumptions and Shifting Burdens of Proof in Complex Longshore Actions, 10.1 : 139. Duncan, William M. The Oil Pollution Act of 1990 s Effect on the Shipowner s Limitation of Liability Act, 5.2 : 303. Edgcomb, John D. Hazardous Substance Releases from Vessels: Current U.S. Law, the HNS Convention and its Potential Impact if Ratified, 10.1 : 73. Responding to an Oil Spill in California: The Impact of OPA 1990 and OSPRA, 5.2 : 389. The Trojan Horse Sets Sail: Carrier Defenses Against Hazmat Cargoes, 13.1 : 31. Ellard, George Comment: Free Use of the High Seas: The United States Navy Takes Greenpeace Head-On, 3.2 : 329. Emard, Wayne F.
7 ] AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 113 Recent Developments in the Law of Maritime Bodily Injury, 15.2 : 357. Engerrand, Kenneth G. Primer on Maintenance and Cure, 18.1 : 41. Pursuing and Defending Attorneys Fees Claims: Recent Changes in the Fifth and Ninth Circuits, 14.1 : 155. Famulari, F. David & Andrew W. Anderson Practice Guide: Pleasure Boats, 4 : 99. Felder, B. Otis Unifying Choice-of-Law Rules and Their Effects on Maritime Remedies, 11.2 : 213. Y2K Bug Dead Ahead: A Primer for Admiralty, 11.1 : 137. Felder, B. Otis & Lawrence W. Kaye A Ripple on the Waters That May Turn the Tide in Favor of Arbitrating Passenger Claims, 17.2 : 287. Finklehoffe, Carol L. & Robert D. Peltz Sea Food Who Is Liable for a Bad Catch? An Analysis of a Ship Owner s Liability for Claims of Food Poisoning, 19.1 : 121. Firak, Nancy Lee Mixed Messages and New Questions In Maritime Wrongful Death Actions: Norfolk Shipbuilding & Drydock Corp. v. Garris, 14.1 : 1. Fitzhugh, III, Thomas C. Who is Covered? Recent Cases Regarding Longshore Situs and Status, 16.2 : 265. Book Review: Admiralty: Cases and Materials, by Robert M. Jarvis, David J. Bederman, Joel K. Goldstein, & Steven R. Swanson, 17.2 : 353. Flint, Delos E., Jr. Practice Guide: Current Developments in United States Maritime Lien Law, 8.2 : 267. Flynn, Stephen G. Punitive Damages After Haslip and Miles v. Apex Marine, 5.1 : 155. Fokas, Terence Comment: The Barbary Coast Revisited: The Resurgence of International Maritime Piracy, 9.2 : 427.
8 114 U.S.F. MARITIME LAW JOURNAL [Vols Force, Joshua S. State Attachment and Garnishment Procedures in Maritime Matters: A Primer, 20.1: 1. Foster, Nicolas R. Marine Insurance: Direct Action Statutes and Related Issues, 11.2 : 261. Franklin, Kurt A. & David A. Weldy Note: Dark of the Night Legislation Takes Aim at Forum Selection Clauses: Statutory Revisions in Reaction to Carnival Cruise Lines, Inc. v. Shute, 6.1 : 259. Friedman, Darren W. & Jeffrey B. Maltzman Islands in the Sun: Cruise Line Liability for Watercraft Operations on Private Islands, 13.2 : 209. Galichon, Christopher et al. Burdens of Proof Under the LHWCA: A Primer on the Opportunities for Creative Litigation Arising from the Effect of Presumptions and Shifting Burdens of Proof in Complex Longshore Actions, 10.1 : 139. Gallegos, Yesenia Sexual Harassment of Female Crewmembers: Title VII s Weaknesses in Protecting Women Employed in the Maritime Industry, 15.2 : 455. Gangnes, Hilary Benson & Christopher P. McKenzie Does the Death on the High Seas Act Apply to Interisland Hawaii Flights?, 6.2 : 533. Gibson, Stanley L. The Evolution Of Unreasonable Deviation Under U.S. COGSA, 3.2 : 197. SKY REEFER Muddies the COGSA Waters, 9.1 : 1. Gonynor, Francis J. The Robins Dry Dock Rule: Is the Bright Line Fading?, 4 : 85. Six Years Before the Mast: The Evolution of the Oil Pollution Act of 1990, 9.1 : 105. Gower, III, Harry T. & Mark B. Harmon Prosecuting Marine Pollution Crimes, 5.2 : 241. Granillo, Jeffrey G.. Section 213 of the Clear Air Act & Marine Shipping: The Case Against Extraterritorial Application, 20.1 : 103.
9 ] AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 115 Hallock, Jr., David D. Recent Developments in Marine Hull Insurance: Charting A Course through the Coastal States of the Fourth, Fifth, Ninth, and Eleventh Circuits, 10.2 : 279. Halvorsen, Michael R. Citation and Precedent: A Practitioner s Guide to Citation and Precedent Value of Opinions Published in AMC Under the Ninth, Fifth, Eleventh and Second Circuits Rules, 15.1 : 199. Hanbury, Joshua Note: A Beacon for the Protection of Seaman: The Eleventh Circuit Permits Punitive Damages for the Willful Withholding of Maintenance and Cure in Atlantic Sounding Co. v. Townsend, 20.2 : 237. Hanford, Lee A. Do Not Fear to Tread on Solid Ground: The Role of the Supreme Court in Furthering Uniformity in Admiralty Law, 10.2 : 235. Hansen, Rupert P. Jurisdiction and Forum Non Conveniens: Recent Developments Affecting Maritime Litigation, 3.1 : 127. Harmon, Mark B. & Harry T. Gower, III Prosecuting Marine Pollution Crimes, 5.2 : 241. Hatch, Braddon B. & Philip E. Weiss Comment: Vessel Forfeiture Under the Drug Abuse Prevention & Control Act: Vessel Owners Beware!, 2.1 : 23. Hickman, Brian J. & R. Michael Underhill Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Ethics Issues in the Context of Defense Counsel s Immediate Response to a Marine Oil Spill, 7.1 : 163. Hicks, J. Noelle Clearing Murky Waters: Recovering Prejudgment Interest Under the Jones Act, 16.1 : 83. Hildebrandt, James E. A Substantive Due Process Analysis of Supplemental Rule B in Admiralty: Does Due Process Require Minimum Contacts to Maintain In Personam Jurisdiction Against A Nonresident Defendant?, 8.2 : 339.
10 116 U.S.F. MARITIME LAW JOURNAL [Vols Hillsman, John R. Have All the Recent Twists and Turns in the Jones Act Left Deep Sea Divers High and Dry?, 11.1 : 47. Looking for a Lodestar in the Rocks and Shoals of Longshore Coverage, 3.2 : 227. Still Lost in the Labyrinth: The Continuing Puzzle of Seaman Status, 15.1 : 49. Holmes, James R. et al. Bet Your Lien and Roll the Dice: Maritime Liens and Riverboat Gambling, 6.1 : 49. Hosoi, Tameyuki Provisional Remedies in Admiralty Japan, 4 : 203. Hoverter, Terence F. Comment: Containing Maritime Terrorism: Federal Initiatives Post 9/11, 16.2 : 353. Houston, Karen M. & Eugene A. Brodsky From Subsistence to Starvation: A Call for Judicial Reexamination of Gardiner v. Sea Land Services, Inc., 9.1 : 71. Huang, T.C. Provisional Remedies in Admiralty Taiwan, 4 : 285. Hull, Eric V. Through the Looking Glass: Judicial Interpretation of Vessel Status Leaves Injured Workers Adrift in Uncharted Territory, 16.2 : 321. Ingram, John G. Criminal Liability and the Fifth Amendment, 5.2 : 357. James, Mindy Comment: The Availability of Maintenance and Cure to Seamen with AIDS, 11.2 : 333. Jarvis, Robert M. Judicial Profile: Chief Judge Lagueux and the Law of Admiralty: Reflections After Ten Years on the Federal Bench, 8.2 : 309. Jefferies, Kim Personal Jurisdiction and Contractual Forum Selection in Maritime Personal Injury Cases, 7.1 : 139.
11 ] AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 117 Jefferies, Trevor R. Limiting Liability for Human Error: Is American Jurisprudence Steering U.S. Shipowners into the Rocks?, 7.2 : 271. Johnson, Walter Diving Into the Wreck: An Exploration of Yamaha Motor Corp. v. Calhoun, 9.1 : 141. Johnson, Walter T. & Ann Gray Miller New Developments in Cruise Law, 7.1 : 111. Johnston, Samara Is Ordinary Negligence Enough to Be Criminal? Reconciling Untied States v. Hanousek with the Liability Limitation Provisions of the Oil Pollution Act of 1990, 12.2 : 263. Kaye, Lawrence W. & B. Otis Felder A Ripple on the Waters That May Turn the Tide in Favor of Arbitrating Passenger Claims, 17.2 : 287. Kaye, Lawrence W. & Robert D. Peltz The Long Reach of U.S. Law Over Crimes Occurring on the High Seas, 20.2 : 199. Keesal, Samuel A., Jr. et al. Shipowners Liability for Longshoremen Personal Injuries: The Supreme Court Blocks the Importation of Unseaworthiness, 7.1 : 67. Kehagiaras, Andrew D. NVOCC: Secret Agent?, 17.2 : 207. Kende, Christopher B. Development and Presentation of the Pollution Victim s Claim, 5.2 : 203. Kessler, Kerry Comment: Recovery Permitted Under FELA for Fear of Developing Cancer by Asbestos Sufferers: Norfolk & Western Railway Company v. Ayers, 17.1 : 133. Kim, Chang Joon Provisional Remedies in Admiralty Korea, 4 : 233.
12 118 U.S.F. MARITIME LAW JOURNAL [Vols Kim, Hyun Shipowners Limitation of Liability: Comparative Utility and Growth in the United States, Japan and South Korea, 6.2 : 357. King, Lynn Haggerty & Forrest Booth Bad Faith Legal Trends In Suits Against Insurers, 4 : 1. King, Lynn Haggerty & Heidi Loken Benas The Duty to Defend: When Does It Exist and What Damages are Recoverable for Its Breach?, 7.1 : 245. Kita, Matthew J. Comment: Federalism on the High Seas: The Admiralty Jurisprudence of Justice Sandra Day O Connor, 18.1 : 131. Klawetter, Robert L. & Jeffrey R. Bale Guevara v. Maritime Overseas Corp.: Eradicating Recovery of Punitive Damages in Maintenance and Cure Actions, 8.1 : 119. Knight, Patrick Comment: Tort Reform Going Overboard: Congress Decides the Issue of Foreign Seamen in American Courts, 9.1 : 279. Koh, Peter Soon Kwang & Angela Lim Ai Lian Provisional Remedies in Admiralty Singapore, 4 : 269. Kriewaldt, David The Effect of FELA/Jones Act s Substantive Standard of Causation on the Daubert Standard for Admissibility of Expert Testimony, 22.2 : 1. Lemon, II, Robert T. Recent Supreme Court Decisions in Maritime Law, 5.1 : 1. Letourneau, Keith B. & Wesley T. Welmaker The Oil Pollution Act of 1990: Federal Judicial Interpretation Through the End of the Millennium, 12.1 : 147. Lewis, Yale Cargo Residues & Cargo-Associated Garbage: Are They Regulated by the Ocean Dumping Act or the Act to Prevent Pollution From Ships?, 14.2 : 269.
13 ] AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 119 Lian, Angela Lim Ai & Peter Soon Kwang Koh Provisional Remedies in Admiralty Singapore, 4 : 269. Libby, Thomas L. Book Review: The Maritime Law Desk Guide, by Charles M. Davis, 3.2 : 355. Lind, Douglas Pragmatism and Anthropomorphism: Reconceiving the Doctrine of the Personality of the Ship, 22.2 : 39. Lixing, Zhang Lixing Recent Maritime Legislation and Practice in the People s Republic of China, 6.2 : 273. Loble, Sarah A. Intertanko v. Lowry: An Assessment of Concurrent State and Federal Regulation Over State Waters, 10.1 : 27. Londynsky, Paul A. Note: Maritime Law and the AIDS Crisis: Storm Clouds on the Horizon, 1 : 173. López, Carie Sexual Assaults on the High Seas: Untangling the Knots, 14.2 : 203. MacLeod, Daniel B. The Use and Enforceability of Exculpatory (Red Letter) Clauses in Ship Repair Contracts, 6.2 : 474. Maltzman, Jeffrey B. & Darren W. Friedman Islands in the Sun: Cruise Line Liability for Watercraft Operations on Private Islands, 13.2 : 209. Markulis, George J. & John F. Meadows Apportioning Fault in Collision Cases, 1 : 1. Matherne, Cindy T. & Paul M. Vance Legal Ethics: Defense Counsel s Responsibilities to Insured and Insurer, 6.1 : 157. Mayer, Andrew P. & Peter G. Bernard
14 120 U.S.F. MARITIME LAW JOURNAL [Vols A Tale of Two Sovereigns: Canada, the United States, and Trans-border Pollution Issues, 13.1 : 125. McCurdy, Gregg L. Comment: An Overview of OPA 1990 and Its Relationship to Other Laws, 5.2 : 423. McKenzie, Christopher P. & Hilary Benson Gangnes Does the Death on the High Seas Act Apply to Interisland Hawaii Flights?, 6.2 : 533. McMahon, David J. Vessel Financing: California Law and the Ship Mortgage Act as Recodified, 2.1 : 1. Meadows, John F. & George J. Markulis Apportioning Fault in Collision Cases, 1 : 1. Mercante, James E. Hurricanes and Act of God: When the Best Defense is a Good Offense, 18.1 : 1. Messer, Tuuli A. Survey: Punitive Damages Claims by Seamen in the Wake of Miles v. Apex Marine Corp., 7.2 : 483. Miller, Ann Gray & Walter T. Johnson New Developments in Cruise Law, 7.1 : 111. Miller, Elizabeth M. & Charles S. Donovan How is OPA 90 Faring from the Vessel Interests Perspective? A Look at the MORRIS J. BERMAN Oil Spill and the Current Rule on Certificates of Financial Responsibility, 7.1 : 23. Millikan, Jess B. Selected Coverage Problems in Marine Liability Insurance, 3.1 : 173. The Law of Unintended Consequences: Legal Issues Involving Additional Insured Endorsements, 15.2 : 299. Minkin, Jason P. Maintenance and Shoreside Seamen: A Proposed Solution to Double Recovery During Convalescence, 12.1 : 91 A Seaman s Right to Recover Maintenance and Cure for Purely Emotional Injuries: West v. Midland Enterprises, Inc., 13.2 : 183. Mittendorf, Constantine
15 ] AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 121 Note: The Specter Behind ADA Applicability to Foreign-Flagged Cruise Ships: Revealing the Internal Affairs Doctrine After Spector v. NCL, 19.1 : 139. Mora, Alexandra E. Navigating the Waters of Forum-Selection Clauses in Maritime Employment Contracts, 12.1 : 115. Morris, Cheryl A. Maritime Seizures: Not Just Ships Maritime Seizures of Cargo, Freight, Fuel and Other Tangible and Intangible Items, 19.1 : 69. Mutnick, Jeffrey S. & Gregory A. Bunnell The Effect of Epidemic-Type Claims in the Maritime Workplace: An Overview, 4 : 67. Nebel, James B. et al. A Memorial Tribute to John Allen Flynn, 10.1 : 167. Neil, Carl R. Maritime Contract Law Moves Inland: The Kirby Decision, 17.2 : 305. Nesterowicz, Malgorzata Anna The Mid-Atlantic View of the Antitrust Regulations of Ocean Shipping, 17.1 : 45. Newby, Michael R. The Nature of Inland Marine Insurance and its Association with Maritime Law, 13.2 : 267. Nicholl, James L. Marine Pollution and Natural Resource Damages: The Multi-Million Dollar Damage Award and Beyond, 5.2 : 323. Nikas, Richard J. Skimming the Surface: A Primer on the Law of Collision, 9.1 : 225. Where the Street Meets the Sea: A Nautical Glossary for Maritime Lawyers, 9.1 : 245. Nourse, David A. Detention of Stowaways: Who Should Bear the Cost?, 6.2 : 435. Nowell, George W. Subrogation: Selected Bars, Waivers and Pitfalls, 7.2 : 421.
16 122 U.S.F. MARITIME LAW JOURNAL [Vols O Brien, Damien L. The Potential Liability of Classification Societies to Marine Insurers under United States Law, 7.2 : 403. Olney, Austin P. A Report from the Marine Regulatory Front: Partly Cloudy with a Chance of Thunder Storms, 13.1 : 91. Overton, Jean Paul P. & Randell E. Treadaway Recoverable Damages in Maritime Personal Injury and Death Cases: The Aftermath of Miles v. Apex Marine Corp., 8.1 : 91. Owen, Amanda A. & David C. Bratz Discrimination and Harassment Claims Against Maritime Employers: Preparing for and Facing Down the Inevitable, 15.1 : 111. Pasfield, Bruce & Elise Rindfleisch Finding the Magic Pipe: Do Seamen Have Constitutional Rights When a U.S. Coast Guard Boarding Turns Criminal?, 22.2 : 23. Peltz, Robert D. The TITANIC s Legacy: The History and Legal Developments Following the World s Most Famous Maritime Disaster, 12.1 : 45. Peltz, Robert D. & Carol L. Finklehoffe Sea Food Who Is Liable for a Bad Catch? An Analysis of a Ship Owner s Liability for Claims of Food Poisoning, 19.1 : 121. Peltz, Robert D. & Lawrence W. Kaye The Long Reach of U.S. Law Over Crimes Occurring on the High Seas, 20.2 : 199. Petersen, Luke A Study in Collision Liability: the Sinking of the TRICOLOR and Who Should Pay, 22.2 : 151 Pew, Curtis E. Cruise Ships (Volume 10 of BENEDICT ON ADMIRALTY), 12.2 : 389.
17 ] AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 123 Pfeifer, Russell M. Navigating Through the Shoals of the Marine Hull Policy: A Chart for Insurers, 17.1 : 89. Pierce, John S. & Beverly A. Brand Recent Developments in Attorney Fee Disputes, 7.1 : 205. Platek, Todd Provisional Remedies in Admiralty China, 4 : 175. Popham, Mitchell J. & Chau Vo Misrepresentation and Concealment in Marine Insurance Contracts: An Analysis of Federal and State Law Within the Ninth Circuit, 11.1 : 99. Poulos, Gregory W. Legal Implications of the ISM Code: New Impediments to Sea Fever, 9.1 : 37. Psarellis, Steven E. et al. Bet Your Lien and Roll the Dice: Maritime Liens and Riverboat Gambling, 6.1 : 49. Quinn, Vickey Comment: Hard Aground: A Primer on the Salvage of Recreation Vessels, 19.2 : 321. Racquet, Bonnie E. & Randall J. Romsdahl Piercing the Corporate Veil Under the Oil Pollution Act of 1990, 5.2 : 369. Reddick, Ernest N. Supreme Court Review of Admiralty and Maritime Issues: What s on the Horizon?, 5.1 : 43. Reilley, Steven S. A New Era in Seaman Status Issues, 10.1 : 1. Reinecke, Petra M. & Douglas R. Schwartz The Perils, Pitfalls and Possible Demise of the Joint Defense Agreement in the Context of Shipboard Criminal Investigations and Prosecutions, 17.1 : 29. Robb, Geoffrey & Alexandra Jiuxiang Yin On the Waterfront: Navigating Insurance Issues in Landside and Marine Operations, 19.1 : 53.
18 124 U.S.F. MARITIME LAW JOURNAL [Vols Robb, Geoffrey & Kevin Canty Dispute Resolution Developments: Selecting Law, Jurisdiction, and Arbitration in Marine Insurance Policy, 15.2 : 325. Roberts, Mark Provisional Remedies in Admiralty Hong Kong, 4 : 185. Roberts, Steven L. The LHWCA Lien, 6.1 : 91. Robertson, David W. & Jack L. Allbritton Seaman Status after Chandris, Inc. v. Latsis, 8.1 : 29. Robertson, David W. & Michael F. Sturley Understanding Panama Railroad Co. v. Johnson: The Supreme Court s Interpretation of the Seaman s Election Under the Jones Act, 14.2 : 229. Recent Developments in Admiralty and Maritime Law at the National Level and in the Fifth and Eleventh Circuits, 16.2 : 147. Rodriguez, Antonio J. When Your Ship Is in the Bull s Eye: The Maritime Transportation Security Act and Potential Vessel Owner Liability to Third Parties Resulting from a Terrorist Attack, 17.2 : 241. Romsdahl, Randall J. & Bonnie E. Racquet Piercing the Corporate Veil Under the Oil Pollution Act of 1990, 5.2 : 369. Ronneberg, Jr., Norman J. An Introduction to the Protection and Indemnity Clubs and the Marine Insurance They Provide, 3.1 : 1. Rosario, Arturo del Provisional Remedies in Admiralty The Philippines, 4 : 251. Russell, Thomas A. & Mitchell F. Ducey Current Topics in the Law of Recreational Boating, 5.1 : 107. Russell, Thomas A. & Richard J. Nikas Recent Developments in Recreational Boating Law, 9.2 : 381.
19 ] AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 125 Russo, Thomas Criminal Liability in Maritime Accidents, 7.1 : 151. Sabino, Anthony Michael Admiralty Jurisdiction Over General Agency Contracts: The Final Voyages of Minturn and the Modern Doctrine of Exxon v. Central Gulf, 4 : 41. Sanner, Michael L. & Monica A. Beckford Note: Delta Country Ventures: Limiting Admiralty Jurisdiction, 6.1 : 245. Sawyer, Stephen L. Oil Spill Response: California s Perspective, 7.1 : 59. Scalia, John C. & Larry E. Altenbrun & W.L. Rivers Black Recent Developments in Maritime Personal Injury Law, 17.2 : 155. Schock, Dawn M. et al. Shipowners Liability for Longshoremen Personal Injuries: The Supreme Court Blocks the Importation of Unseaworthiness, 7.1 : 67. Schwartz, Douglas R. & Petra M. Reinecke The Perils, Pitfalls and Possible Demise of the Joint Defense Agreement in the Context of Shipboard Criminal Investigations and Prosecutions, 17.1 : 29. Serban, Shaul Evolution of a Defense in Maritime Law: A Survey of the Primary Duty Rule, 18.2 : 253. Shi, Lei Successful Use of the Tacit Acceptance Procedure to Effectuate Progress in International Maritime Law, 11.2 : 299. Singelstad, David J. Note: Problems in Identification and Recovery for Maritime Personal Injury Toxic Torts, 2.1 : 69. Smelley, Hutson OPA 90 Liability in the Aftermath of an Oil Spill, 12.1 : 1. Smith, Newell D. Southeast Shipyard Litigation Update, 6.1 : 233.
20 126 U.S.F. MARITIME LAW JOURNAL [Vols Smith, Russell J. Note: Congress Giveth and the Fifth Circuit Taketh Away: Post Executive Jet Viability of the Admiralty Extension Act, 6.2 : 609. Staniland, Hilton The Arrest of Associated Ships in South Africa: Lifting the Corporate Veil Too High?, 9.2 : 405. Staring, Graydon S. Book Review: International Maritime and Admiralty Law, by William Tetley, 16.1 : 143. Stephenson, Guy C. On Board Investigations: Authorities, Immunities, and the Need for Separate Counsel, 13.1 : 55. Sturley, Michael F. The Proposed Amendments to the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act: An Update, 13.1 : 1. Sturley, Michael F. & David W. Robertson Understanding Panama Railroad Co. v. Johnson: The Supreme Court s Interpretation of the Seaman s Elections Under the Jones Act, 14.2 : 229. Recent Developments in Admiralty and Maritime Law at the National Level and in the Fifth and Eleventh Circuits, 16.2 : 147. Sullivan, Ann K. Longshore Liens in Third Party Litigation Employer s Aspect, 6.1 : 141. Swift, Jack et al. Burdens of Proof Under the LHWCA: A Primer on the Opportunities for Creative Litigation Arising from the Effect of Presumptions and Shifting Burdens of Proof in Complex Longshore Actions, 10.1 : 139. Tadros, Daniel A. et al. Bet Your Lien and Roll the Dice: Maritime Liens and Riverboat Gambling, 6.1 : 49. Tamulski, James J.
21 ] AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX 127 Uniformity in the Law of Carriage of Goods by Sea, 3.1 : 105. Recent Developments in Cargo Law, 15.1 : 159. Tede, Jeanine Steele et al. A Memorial Tribute to John Allen Flynn, 10.1 : 167. Tetley, William Maritime Liens, Mortgages and Conflict of Laws, 6.1 : 1. Thompson, Peter State Courts and State Law: A New Force in Admiralty?, 8.2 : 223. Toumanova, Tatiana V. & Alice L. Blanchard Comments on Doing Business in the Russian Federation, 6.2 : 519. Treadaway, Randell E. & Jean Paul P. Overton Recoverable Damages in Maritime Personal Injury and Death Cases: The Aftermath of Miles v. Apex Marine Corp., 8.1 : 91. Underhill, R. Michael The Sovereign as Plaintiff: Clean Seas and Other Coin of the Realm, 3.1 : 37. Dumping Oil, Cooking the Books, and Telling Lies: The False Statements Act as Applied to Marine Pollution, 15.2 : 271. Underhill, R. Michael & Brian J. Hickman Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Ethics Issues in the Context of Defense Counsel s Immediate Response to a Marine Oil Spill, 7.1 : 163. Vafidis, Matthew P. Remedies for Breach of the Contract of Carriage: Selected Recent Decisions, 3.1 : 77. Vance, Paul M. & Cindy T. Matherne Legal Ethics: Defense Counsel s Responsibilities to Insured and Insurer, 6.1 : 157. Vo, Chau & Mitchell J. Popham Misrepresentations and Concealment in Marine Insurance Contracts: An Analysis of Federal and State Law Within the Ninth Circuit, 11.1 : 99.
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