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US BODILY INJURY NEWS - DECEMBER 2012

US Bodily Injury News - December 2012

Author(s)                 UK P&I Club
Publisher UK P&I Club
Date 2012
Pages 20
Format pdf
Size 1 Mb

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   The U.S. Bodily Injury Seminar 2012 was a "sell-out" as the agenda attracted nearly thirty participants representing both United States and Foreign flag carriers. Our members were drawn from a variety of operators, both charterers and owners, from liner, barge and tug, tanker to cruise and bulk trades. The program was split over two days. The first half of the present seminar was focused on employment law issues in relation to crew claims. The group discussions were able to continue into the evening on a more informal basis at a local restaurant. The following day's session was a comprehensive case study into a 3rd party longshore injury case tackling the challenges and procedural difficulties in evaluating liability and setting claim reserves in any multi-defendant litigation.

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