Treats issues relating to increased use of pleasure craft and studies the impact legislation and judicial decisions directed to recreational vessels may have on maritime commerce and other areas of maritime law, such as jurisdiction and damages for personal injury; has drafted model uniform safe boating legislation so as to minimize proliferation of disparate state laws; has Subcommittees on Offshore Affairs and State Legislation.
Chair: DANIEL H. WOOSTER
Vice Chair: E. BARRETT HAILS
Secretary: CHASE ESHELMAN
Board Liaison: IMRAN SHAUKAT
MLA President: DAVID J. FARRELL, JR.
MLA First Vice-President: BARBARA L. HOLLAND
Liaison: JOSHUA PARKS
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Recreational Boating 2023 Spring Meeting Agenda w/ CLE
I look forward to seeing everyone at the Committee ON RECREATIONAL BOATING meeting: May 4, 2023 Meeting Time is Scheduled for 2:30 Read More
|TODD D. LOCHNER||April 24, 2023||April 24, 2023||.Effect of USCG Local Notice to Mariners in Private Disputes, “Delaware flagof convenience, ” and AIS regulatory requirements, (33 CFR part 164), Aquatic invasive species prevention & control fees, Barrett Hails, BOATING BRIEFS, Charles Green, Colin A.McRae, Financial/Market Summary, Lars Okmark, Lochner Law Firm P.C., National Maritime Services, NationalLiquidators, NOAA Office of General Counsel, North Atlantic Right Whale Speed Rule Enforcement, Office of Maritime & International Law, Robert Toney, Todd D. Lochner|
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