Getting Your Act Together! A Look at the Current Regulatory and Litigation Landscapes Surrounding the Jones Act
Blank Rome LLP
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Blank Rome maritime attorneys Stefanos N. Roulakis and Zachary R. Cain will serve as speakers for the American Bar Association (“ABA”) Tort, Trial & Insurance Practice Section (“TIPS”) Admiralty and Maritime Law Litigation Committee’s free CLE program, Getting Your Act Together! A Look at the Current Regulatory and Litigation Landscapes Surrounding the Jones Act, being held May 19, 2022, at Blank Rome’s offices in Houston, Texas.
The program will be divided into two sessions, with a meet and greet afterward.
Stefanos’ session, “Jones Act Regulatory Panel—Discussion of Traditional & Developing Areas of Application,” moderated by Philip C. Brickman, will open the program at 3:00 and Zachary’s, “Litigating Jones Act Claims—Differing Views on the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly,” will follow at 4:00.
For more information, please view the event flyer.
ABOUT THE COMMITTEE
The Admiralty and Maritime Law Committee of TIPS is a collaborative and social group of attorneys, American and foreign, that follow, study, and prepare publications and presentations addressing Admiralty and Maritime law across the United States. Its membership is comprised of attorneys from the United States, Canada, and other countries that represent vessel owners and operators, plaintiffs’ attorneys, government attorneys, in-house counsel from marine vessel owning and operating companies, in-house attorneys for marine underwriters, and in-house counsel from Protection and Indemnity Club—the mutual clubs that provided indemnification to nearly all of the world's ocean-going tonnage. Learn more about the committee at Admiralty and Maritime Law (americanbar.org).