Dec

    High Tech Goes to Sea: Legal Perspectives on Autonomous Shipping

    12 PM EST

    Shipping is a vital component of international trade. Technological advances in shipping have been significant in recent years in addressing environmental, fuel consumption, capacity, and safety. A distinguished panel of experts from the U.S. and Europe will examine recent developments in the international operation of autonomous oceangoing vessels. Panelists will also discuss how expected changes in laws and private legal arrangements will impact national maritime and international commerce.
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    Introduction: Jeffrey F. Lawrence, Co-Chair of the International Transportation Committee, ABA International Law Section, and Chair of the Transportation &Trade Group at Cozen O’Connor, Washington, DC.

    Moderator: Attilio M. Costabel, Professor of Maritime and International Trade Law, St. Thomas University School of Law, Miami, Florida and principal of Costabel, P.A., Miami FL.

    Industry Perspective: Tom Eystoe, the CEO of Massterly, a Norwegian company in the forefront of the development of  working autonomous cargo vessels, including the YARA  BIRKELAND.

    Legal Perspectives: Sean Pribyl, based in Norway, Senior Claims Executive and counsel for the GARD P&I mutual insurance company;  CDR. Nicholas J. Tabori, division chief for the Coast Guard's Office of Maritime and International Law, Prevention Law Division, Washington, DC; and Lindsey C. Brock III, a partner in McLeod Brock PLLC of Jacksonville FL.

    Event Details

    Format

    Web

    Date

    Dec 09, 2020

    2020-12-09T12:00:00-05:00 2020-12-09T13:30:00-05:00 High Tech Goes to Sea: Legal Perspectives on Autonomous Shipping Shipping is a vital component of international trade. Technological advances in shipping have been significant in recent years in addressing environmental, fuel consumption, capacity, and safety. A distinguished panel of experts from the U.S. and Europe will examine recent developments in the international operation of autonomous oceangoing vessels. Panelists will also discuss how expected changes in laws and private legal arrangements will impact national maritime and international commerce.

    Sponsors

    Section of International Law

    Co-sponsors

    International Transportation Committee

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