Brennan Spoor – Judicial Overreach Saves the Day: The United States District Court for the District of Colorado Abuses its Discretion to Prevent the Implementation of the Navigable Waters Protection Rule in the State and Temporarily Preserve Federal Protections for Ephemeral Waters in Colorado v. Environmental Protection Agency

DISCLAIMER: Each year, the Tulane Maritime Law Journal receives more quality comments and case notes from its Junior Members than it can publish in print.  In order to recognize the time and effort expended by our Junior Members whose work is not selected for print publication, we have decided to publish select case notes for online publication.  As a […]

Jean Smith – To Disclose or Not to Disclose: A Contradictory Interpretation of Uberrimae Fidei in XL Specialty Ins., Co., v. Prestige Fragrances, Inc.

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Kathryn Rose McCarty – The Show Must Go On: The United States District Court for The Southern District of Florida Considers if the Americans with Disability Act Deserves Extraterritoriality Exemptions

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Elise Katherine McCanless – Caldwell v. St. Charles Gaming Co.: The Louisiana Supreme Court Confirms That Riverboat Casinos Are Not Vessels Under General Maritime Law, Despite Inconsistencies with Louisiana Law

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Jenna Fontenot – Eni US Operating Co. v. Transocean: The Fifth Circuit Throws the Implicit Finding Rule Overboard

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Elizabeth Barras – Dukes v. Millennium Ocean Shipping Co.: The United States District Court for the Southern District of Georgia Dismisses a Case Without Fully Analyzing the Turnover Duty Due to a Lack of Clarity in the Standard for the Ship’s Liability

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Colin Kelly – The Taxonomy of Arbitral Awards: The Ninth Circuit Finds an Arbitrator’s Order Unenforceable in Castro v. Tri Marine Fish Co.

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Signe S. Parsiola – Parker Drilling Management Services, Ltd. v. Newton: The Supreme Court Resolves the Circuit Split Regarding the OCSLA Choice-of-Law Provision

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Spenser A. Swaczyk – Hall and Boats: The Ninth Circuit Adopts the Hall v. Noble Drilling Framework for Pretrial Maintenance and Cure Claims

DISCLAIMER: Each year, the Tulane Maritime Law Journal receives more quality comments and case notes from its Junior Members than it can publish in print.  In order to recognize the time and effort expended by our Junior Members whose work is not selected for print publication, we have decided to publish select case notes for online publication.  As a […]