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    Admiralty Disruption 2021[CC]

    12 PM EST

    Join our expert panelists as they examine how companies are adapting to meet the voracious transport needs for customers around the world.

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    Admiralty Disruption 2021 will focus on how the industry has changed with the pandemic and what in-house counsel and insurance company leaders expect this decade will bring. Our Women in Shipping panel and Business of Shipping panel will provide their expertise in these critical areas.

    Welcome by TIPS Admiralty Chair
    Aaron Greenbaum, Partner, Pusateri, Johnston, Guillot & Greenbaum, LLC, New Orleans LA

    12-1:00 pm: The Changing Face of Maritime Shipping in the 21st Century: It's a Women's World
    In the last decade, women have obtained leadership positions at major shipping companies and marine insurers. The panel will explore how this change in perspective has impacted the handling of claims, use of mediation, retention of experts, and expectations. In particular, encouraging diversity with those leading the case work will be analyzed and suggestions for improvement presented. This will be addressed in the context of real case studies from our panelists experiences.

    Jessica Link Martyn, Managing Attorney, Link Martyn PLLC, Philadelphia, PA
    Parker Harrison, Senior Vice President/General Counsel, Crowley Maritime, Jacksonville, FL
    Rebecca Hamra, President/Regional Claims Director (International), The Standard Club, New York, NY
    Joni Poitier, Partner, Moseley Pritchard law firm, Jacksonville, FL
    Carrol Hand, Associate Counsel, Ocean Network Express (North America) Richmond, VA (Tentative)


    1-2:00 pm: The Business of Shipping in the Next Decade from In-House Counsel View: Vaccine or Bust
    Shipping is always maddeningly cyclical. It's either robust growth with vessel purchasing or calling the insolvency specialist to seek a workout. The Covid pandemic has exacerbated lingering pressures in how companies conduct business in a cyclical manner. Changes to claim management, travel in a global business, and engagement with trusted counsel will be explored.

    Moderator: Juliette McCullough, Of Counsel Peacock Piper, San Francisco, CA
    Mark Newcomb, Counsel and Vice President, Zim Shipping, Norfolk, VA
    Aase Naaman Jensen, Senior Vice President, Head of Skuld New York, Skuld North America, New York, NY
    Andrew Brown, Assistant Vice President, Ingram Barge Company, Nashville, TE (Tentative)


    2-2:10 pm –Marine Insurance At the Tipping Point
    Over the past year, the marine insurance market has sustained noted losses due to numerous storms and  large casualties, resulting in limited capacity and augmented rates. With the COVID 19 pandemic still at the forefront as well as rising geopolitical sanctions and threats, the recent boom in political risk insurance to support offshore projects is expected to continue. This facilitated discussion with a noted leader of the marine insurance domestic space will provider her keen perspectives.

    Moderator:  Pamela Palmer, Partner, Clark Hill, Los Angeles, Ca
    Leanne O'Loughlin, Regional Director, Thomas Miller Americas/UK P&I Club, New York, NY

    Event Details

    Duration

    120

    Format

    Web

    Date

    Mar 12, 2021

    2021-03-12T12:00:00-05:00 2021-03-12T14:10:00-05:00 Admiralty Disruption 2021[CC]

    Join our expert panelists as they examine how companies are adapting to meet the voracious transport needs for customers around the world.

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    Panelists

    Aase Naaman Jensen

    Andrew Robert Brown

    Carrol Hand

    Jessica Link Martyn

    Joni A Poitier

    Kathleen Lavoy

    Mark E Newcomb

    Parker Harrison

    Rebecca Lasoski Hamra

    Sarah Yantakosol Gayer

    Moderators

    MCLE Information

    The ABA will seek 2.00 general CLE credit hours in 60-minute-hour states, and 2.40 general CLE credit hours in 50-minute states. Credit hours are estimated and are subject to each state’s approval and credit rounding rules.

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