Articles

A Review of Two Recent Maritime Contract Claims Against the United States

By David Y. Loh – June 3, 2020 | Learn how federal district courts analyze a court's approach maritime contract jurisdiction.

Practice Points

Fourth Circuit Confirms Chinese Arbitration Award

By David Y. Loh – June 16, 2020 | When dealing with foreign partners, you must be prepared to engage with that jurisdiction’s legal system.

Fourth Circuit Affirms Remand of Climate Change Lawsuit Back to Maryland State Court

By David Y. Loh – April 3, 2020 | The case is of public significance because many natural disasters are commonly attributed to climate change and few, if any, energy companies have been held responsible for the costs relating to climate change.

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Determining Coverage under the LHWCA

A brief description of what is required for a maritime worker to obtain benefits under the Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act.

Recoverable Damages Involving a Slip or a Pier

Admiralty litigator David Loh cites cases that create the precedent for these damages to be reimbursed at the total replacement cost rather than at a depreciated rate.

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Admiralty Litigation

Learn how to get involved with the Admiralty Litigation committee and maximize your Section membership!