The Nicholas J. Healy Lectures on Admiralty Law takes place annually at New York University School. They commenced in 1992 with the aim of providing a forum for the scholarly consideration of maritime law and, delivered by expert academics and practitioners in the field, provide great insight into the development of admiralty law since then. This volume collects the seventh to thirteenth lectures, which were given from 2005 to 2015.
Table of Contents
1. Applying Jus Gentium to the Salvage of the R.M.S. Titanic in International Waters
2. Romero v. International Terminal Operating Company, 358 U.S. 354 (1959)
3. Panama Railroad Co. v. Johnson
4. Mcdermott v. Amclyde: The Quiet Achiever
5. The New Jersey Steam Navigation Co. v. Merchants’ Bank of Boston, 47 U.S. (6 How.) 344 (1848)
6. Marine Pollution and the "Polluter Pays" Principle: Should the Polluter also Pay Punitive Damages?
7. Celebrating Women on the High Seas – In Admiralty Law and Otherwise
8. To Port or Starboard? Why the Supreme Court Might Provide Direction to Those Navigating Choice-of-Law Questions in Maritime-Lien Cases
9. What I Wish the Supreme Court Would Decide: Review by a US Court of a Foreign Arbitration Award Issued in a Dispute to which COGSA Applies- What Standard Applies?
10. Wish List: Maritime Matters Our Government Might Profitable Address
John D. Kimball is a partner at Blank Rome LLP in New York, where he specialises in admiralty and maritime law.
"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." - Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor, Richmond Green Chambers, United Kingdom