Carriage of Goods
Studies court decisions and regimes of law covering the allocation of risks of cargo at sea and in intermodal transportation, including, e.g., the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act, the Rotterdam Rules, Hague Rules, Visby Amendments drafted by the Comité Maritime International, the 1978 Hamburg Rules Convention, as well as various other international agreements and transportation regimes of trading partners of the United States; tracks developments in subjects related to property transport and logistics chains, including utilization of autonomous carriage systems, bills of lading, letters of indemnity, e-commerce, and detention and demurrage considerations; with publication of a newsletter on current developments.
Chair: MARK E. NEWCOMB
Vice Chair: BRIAN P.R. EISENHOWER
Secretary: KRISTIE H. THOMPSON
Board Liaison: WILLIAM ROBERT CONNOR, III
MLA President: BARBARA L. HOLLAND
MLA First Vice-President: GRADY S. HURLEY
YLC Liaison: KATHERINE CHRISTODOULATOS
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MLA-CMI COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF HOW COURTS IN DIFFERENT COUNTRIES DEAL WITH ARBITRATION AND JURISDICTION CLAUSES IN BILLS OF LADING AND OTHER SEA CARRIAGE DOCUMENTS
||SUSAN M. DORGAN||May 16, 2016||April 30, 2019||ARBITRATION CLAUSES, BILLS OF LADING, JURISDICTION CLAUSES, ROTTERDAM RULES, STATE DEPARTMENT|
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