(1969–2006)*

*Articles are availble only from 1988 to Present

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
Administrative Practice Before Maritime Agencies (F.M.C., MARAD, I.C.C.),
J. Alton Boyer, 1976

Coast Guard Post Casualty Proceedings — Informal Investigations — RS 4450 Cases and Marine Boards of Investigation, Dewey R. Villareal, Jr., 1976

AIRCRAFT
Executive Jet Aviation, Inc. v. City of Cleveland, Philip D. Bostwick, 1973

Executive Jet: The Establishment of a Standard for the Determination of Maritime Tort Jurisdiction, Mary Louise Ahearn, 1976

Admiralty Tort Jurisdiction in Aircraft Crashes After Executive Jet, George Brown, 1977

ALCOHOL
Rocks and Shoals: Drugs, Alcohol and Criminal Liability of Vessel Owners, Andrew W. Anderson, 1990, 8.1-88

ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION
ADR Trends and Attitudes in Corporate America, Michelle J. Grocock and Frederick B. Karl, Jr., 2004, 8.1-18

AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT
The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, F. Nash Bilisoly & Thomas Duff, 1992, 6.1-47

APPELLATE PRACTICE
Practical Comments on Appellate Practice, Hon. Paul H. Roney, 1975

Professionalism in Mediation Procedures at the Circuit Court of Appeals Level, Lowell L Garrett, 2003, 1.1-36

APPORTIONMENT
Apportionment of Liability in the Aftermath of Reliable, Alan S. Dale, 1978

Causation and Apportionment of Damages in Admiralty, Thomas J. Wagner, 1996, 11.1-22

ARBITRATION
Maritime Arbitration for the General Admiralty Practitioner: An Overview, Dewey R. Villareal, Jr., Thomas E. Fotopulos, and Steven D. Overly, 1983, 9.1–36

Yes, There Is an Arbitration Clause, David B. Lawton, 2000, 7.1–25

Maritime Arbitration – A Primer, James Patrick Cooney, 2006, 9.1–32

ARREST AND ATTACHMENT
In Rem Proceedings: Attachments: Possessory, Petitory and Partition Actions, Nicholas J. Healy, 1968

Clouds on the In Rem Horizon, Constitutional Erosion of Traditional Arrest and Seizure Procedures in In Rem Actions, Manfred W. Leckszas, 1977

Arrests and Attachments in Admiralty: A Confrontation with Due Process, Howard L. Levin, Durham, 1978

Current Developments in Maritime Lien Law and Avoiding the Custodia Legis Quagmires, Delos E. Flint, Jr., 1995, 7.1-45

Vessel Arrest & Custody, G. Robert Toney, 2004, 6.1-19

Maritime Arrest-From Seizure to Security to Sale, John F. Unger, 2004, 7.1-12

ATTORNEYS FEES
Close the Case (Attorneys Fees, Interest and Costs), C. Scott Kinzel, 1998, 9.1-38

AUDITS
Third-Party Audits and Multidisciplinary Practice: What is Our Profession Coming To?, Paul N. Nance, 2001, 10.1-21

BANKRUPTCY
Bankruptcy—An Overview for the Admiralty Practitioner, Hon. Alexander L. Paskey, 1981

Bankruptcy for the Admiralty Practitioner, Edward M. Waller, Jr., 1984, 2.1–26

Freight Forwarder Bankruptcies: Recent Developments Concerning the Relationship Between Forwarder, Shipper and Ocean Carrier, William R. Towns, 1988, 5.1–55

Insolvency and Marine Insurance, James Patrick Cooney, 1995, 9.1-29

Bankruptcy: A Guide for the Admiralty Practitioner, S. Ault Hootsell, III, 2003, 6.1-59

BILL OF LADING
Bill of Lading Protection for Stevedores and Terminal Operators, JoAnne Zawitoski, 1984, 3.1–37

BONDS
Vessel Release Bonds — The Perfect Guarantee, Clark P. Fitz-Hugh, 2004, 5.1-3

CARGO
Containerization — The Cargo’s Point of View, James J. Donovan, 1972

Containerization—The Ship’s Point of View, Henry C. Riveira, 1972

Tug–Barge Cargo Problems, Alex L. Parks, 1972

Containerization vs. Work Preservation, Two Approaches: The ILWA and The ILA: New Organizational Problems, Thomas W. Gleason, 1975

The Impact of Reliable Transfer on Cargo Claims, Edward Nickinson, 1976

Defense Cargo Claims from Shipowner’s Point of View, Braden Vandeventer, Jr., 1978

Prosecuting Cargo Claims, David G. Hanlon, 1978

Trends and Implications in the Container Revolution, Timothy J. Armstrong, 1980

Measure of Damages in Cargo Recovery Actions, Edwin D. Robb, Jr., 1982

Discovery and Proof in Cargo Cases, Machale A. Miller, 1985, 3.1–25

Distinctive Aspects of Cargo Claims Arising in Tort or Deviation, Alex T. Howard, 1986, 8.1–19

Update on Containerization: Multimodalism Revisited, Carter T. Gunn, 1988, 9.1–21

Package Limitations, Allen K. von Spiegelfeld, 1989, 6.1–17

A Cargo Law Primer, Martin L. Lindahl, 1994, 4.1-28

Cargo Litigation: A Primer on Cargo Claims and Review of Recent Developments, James L. Chapman, IV, and Shawn A. Voyles, 2002, 3.1-54

CASE CLOSINGS
Close the Case (Attorneys Fees, Interest and Costs), C. Scott Kinzel, 1998, 9.1-38

CHARTER PARTIES
Charter Parties—Some Current Problems, David R. Owen, 1980

Charterer’s Liability to Third Parties, Gary A. Hemphill, 1987, 3.1–23

CLAIMS
Psychological Evaluation of Maritime Stress Claims, Dr. Albert M. Drukteinis, 1996, 4.1-20

Psychological Injuries: the Plaintiff’s Perspective, Andrew L. Waks, 1996, 5.1-15

Compensation Neurosis Rides Again: A Practitioner’s Guide to Defending, PTSD Claims, James T. Brown, 1996, 6.1-18

Passenger Claims (Cruise Ships, Gambling Ships, and Small Boats), David W. McCreadie, Alexander V. Ray and Jason A. Golden, 1998, 5.1-60

CLASS ACTIONS
Class Actions and Mass Tort Claims: The Basic & Managing Complex Litigation, Roger D. Allen and James P. Roy, 2002, 5.1-77

COAST GUARD
Congressional Update: A Rview of Important Coast Guard Legislation Pending Before Congress Affecting the Maritime Community, Commander Michael C. Grace, 1986, 5.1–11

COLLATERAL SOURCES
Effect of Collateral Sources and Liens on Settlement, E. Paul Gibson and Allison A. Stover, 1998, 6.1-60

COLLISION
Liability for Collision with Other Vessels, Fixed Objects, Etc.: The Rules of the Road, Alfred M. Farrell, Jr., 1969

Measure of Damages in Cases of Collision and Allision, B. Allston Moore, Jr., 1974

The Visby Amendments and Unicitral Draft Proposed Change in the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act, Thomas H. Leach, 1977

International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea—Recent Changes, Cornelius G. Van Dalen, 1978

Discussion and Comparison of the New Inland Navigational Rules to the Inland Rules: Great Lakes Rules: and Western Rivers Rules, Joseph A. Murphy, 1981

Maritime Property Damages, Lamar C. Walter, 1983, 6.1–15

Primer on Collision, Allision and Wake Damage, Robert A. Craven and J. Michael Taylor, 1999, 7.1-64

COMMERCIAL FISHING
Hull Policies on Commercial Fishing Vessels, Laurence F. Valle, 1984, 4.1–18

CONFLICTS OF INTEREST
Conflicts of Interest in Maritime Practice, Forrest Booth, 1990, 3.1–50

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
Clouds on the In Rem Horizon, Constitutional Erosions of Traditional Arrest and Seizure Procedures in In Rem Actions, Manfred W. Leckszas, 1977

Arrests and Attachments in Admiralty: A Confrontation with Due Process, Howard L. Levin, 1978

CONTRACTS
Admiralty Contract Jurisdiction and Contract Liens Under American Law, R. Randall Bridwell, 1988, 1.1–62

Government Contracts Versus General Maritime Law: Conformity, Conflicts and Interplay, Daniel R. Weckstein and Michael L. Sterling, 1990, 5.1–63

Selected Maritime Contract Provisions, Victor I. Koock, 1991, 9.1-65

Maritime Contract Claims Against the U.S. Government, G.W. (Bill) Birkhead and Howard W. Roth, III, 1996, 2.1-48

Presenting Maritime Claims Against the United States: Pointers and Pitfalls, David V. Hutchinson, 2001, 11.1-10

Pitfalls in Transportation Contracts: Clauses in Bills of Lading and Charter Parties, F.A. Courtenay, Jr., 2005, 3.1-33

Oilfield Construction and Service Contracts - Maritime or Non-Maritime in Nature, Thomas J. Wagner, 2006, 4.1–21

CONTRIBUTION
Halycon Revisited—Contribution Between Joint Tort Feasors in Non-Collision Maritime Cases, Devereux Milburn, 1972

Contribution and Indemnity Against Tortfeasors Who Have Limited Liability, Robert S. Glenn, Jr., 1984, 5.1–30

CRIMINAL LAW
Drug Seizures Aboard Commercial Vessels Entering U.S. Ports, James W. Parker, 1985, 6.1–18

Rocks and Shoals: Drugs, Alcohol and Criminal Liability of Vessel Owners, Andrew W. Anderson, 1990, 8.1-88

Criminal Liability — Owners, Operators and Crew, Paul N. Vance and Susan M. Vance, 1997, 8.1-21

CRUISE SHIPS
Cruise Ship Issues, Roger Vaughan, 2005, 10.1-17

CUSTOMS
Customs Laws and Procedures Relating to Vessels, Peter S. Herrick, 1979

DAMAGES
Death and Damages: What Course Do We Take From Moragne and Gaudet? Honorable Alvin B. Rubin, 1974

Measure of Damages in Cases of Collision and Allision, B. Allston Moore, Jr., 1974

Recoverable Damages in Admiralty Personal Injury Actions, Samuel C. Gainesburgh, 1974

Punitive Damages—Current Status Admiralty and Maritime Insurance, Edward T. Brennan, 1981

Measure of Damages in Cargo Recovery Actions, Edwin D. Robb, Jr., 1982

Damages in Maritime Personal Injury and Death Cases, James Patrick Cooney, 1982

Inflation and Future Lost Wages—A Practitioner’s Guide to Handling the Inflation Question, David P. Karcher, 1983, 2.1–18

Maritime Property Damages, Lamar C. Walter, 1983, 6.1–15

Future Damages Under the Jones Act, Edward A. White, 1985, 2.1–12

Problems and Pitfalls in Handling Multi-Party Admiralty Damage Cases —
A Plaintiff’s Perspective, Harvey J. Lewis, 1986, 4.1–17

Proof of Wrongful Death Damages in Maritime Cases, C. Arthur Rutter, Jr., 1986, 9.1–17

Non-Pecuniary Damages in Personal Injury Cases, Gerard T. Gelpi, 1992, 2.1-36

Damages for Loss of Use, G. Hamp Uzzelle, III, 1993, 6.1-36

The Current Status of Miles v. Apex Maritime Corporation, David M. Collins, 1995, 3.1-81

Structured Settlements - A Case Analysis, Michael L. Fox, Melinda Long and Lawrence H. Curtis, 1995, 4.1-60

Structured Settlement Update: 1995 - A Plaintiff’s Perspective, Richard G. Halpern, 1995, 5.1-63

Psychological Evaluation of Maritime Stress Claims, Dr. Albert M. Drukteinis, 1996, 4.1-20

Psychological Injuries: the Plaintiff’s Perspective, Andrew L. Waks, 1996, 5.1-15

Compensation Neurosis Rides Again: A Practitioner’s Guide to Defending, PTSD Claims, James T. Brown, 1996, 6.1-18

Causation and Apportionment of Damage in Admiralty, Thomas J. Wagner, 1996, 11.1-22

Maintenance, Cure and Unearned Wages — Ancient Remedies, Current Trends, John F. Unger and Jeffrey J. Putnam, 1997, 2.1-39

Primer on Collision, Allision and Wake Damage, Robert A. Craven and J. Michael Taylor, 1999, 7.1-64

What Damages May This Way Come? Damages Arising Out of Wrongful
Seizure, Michael H. Bagot, Jr., 2000, 6.1-36

The Ever Increasing Environmental Damage Claim, Michael R. Karcher, 2002, 4.1-49

The Value of Money: The Applicability, Rates, Periods and Other Factors Relating to Interest as a Part of Damages; Exchange Rates; and Other Monetary Considerations, Norman M. Stockman, 2004, 3.1-29

DISCOVERY
Depositions: Discovery; Pre-Trial Proceedings; Trials, Carl O. Blue, Jr., 1968

Discovery, A. Paul Cadenhead, 1975

Discovery and Proof in Cargo Cases, Machale A. Miller, 1985, 3.1–25

Ethical Dilemmas [Considerations of the New Discovery Rules], J. Comer Yates, 1994, 6.1-3

Retention and Discovery of Digital Information, A. Clay Rankin, III, 2000, 4.1-16

Transnational Service of Process and Discovery in Federal Court Proceedings: An Overview, Philip A. Buhler, 2001, 4.1-54

DIVING
Legal Aspects of Diving — Commercial and Recreational, Paul C. Miniclier, 1992, 8.1-36

DOCUMENTATION
Documentation of Vessels: Computerization and Regulatory Change, Phyllis D. Carnilla, 1983, 5.1–29

Liability of Suveyors and Classification Societies, Brendan P. O’Sullivan, 1995, 2.1-59

Primer on U.S. Vessel Documentation, John J. Borders, 2005, 6.1-50

DREDGING
Personal Injury Claims Arising from Dredging Operations: Admiralty or
Compensation, John M. Ryan, 1975

DRUGS
Drug Seizures Aboard Commercial Vessels Entering U.S. Ports, James W. Parker, 1985, 6.1–18

Rocks and Shoals: Drugs, Alcohol and Criminal Liability of Vessel Owners, Andrew W. Anderson, 1990, 8.1–88