Charles Taylor P&I Management (Americas), Inc.
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- Proctor, Maritime Law Association of the United States, Arbitration and Mediation Committee, Chairman, Liaison Committee between Society of Maritime Arbitrators and Maritime Law Association of the United States, Member, American Bar Association, Litigation Section, Member, New York State Bar Association, International Law and Practice Section, Chambers USA and Global Guide to Leading Lawyers for Business Listed as “Leading Individual” in 2004 editions, Guide to World’s Leading Shipping and Maritime Lawyers, Legal Media Group, Listed in 2004-2005 Guide
- Charter parties, bills of lading, liens, prejudgment remedies, arbitration, general commercial litigation, international law, Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act, Multiemployer Pension Plan Amendments Act of 1980.
- Studium: University of Tübingen, Tübingen, Germany Philosophy, political science, and economic history 1976-78 Recipient, German Academic Exchange Service Scholarship, 1976-77 Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana B.A., summa cum laude, honors division, philosophy, 1976 Tulane University School of Law, New Orleans, Louisiana Juris Doctor, cum laude, May 1983 Editor in Chief, The Maritime Lawyer (now The Tulane Maritime Law Journal) Tätigkeiten: Partner, Healy & Baillie, LLP, 1984 to present; Member, Executive Committee, 2001 to present Judicial Clerk, Chief Justice John A. Dixon, Jr., Louisiana Supreme Court, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1983-84 Admitted to New York Bar, 1984; New Jersey Bar, 1999; Louisiana, 1983 Veröffentlichungen: Co-author, Voyage Charters, Lloyd’s of London Press (2d Ed. 2001) The MLA Report, Associate Editor, 1992 to present Speaker, Annual Meeting of the Bahamas Shipowners Association in New York on October 3, 2002, "Safety and Security Post 9/11: Regulations Regarding Taxation of Shipowners, the U.S. Patriot Act, Customs and INS Initiatives and Developments, and the Homeland Security Act.” Paper, “The Use of Coast Guard Casualty Investigation Reports in Civil Litigation,” 34 Journal of Maritime Law and Commerce 75 (2003) Dispute Resolution: The New York Arbitration Alternative, April 17, 2002, Houston, Texas, Panelist, Recent Tanker Arbitration Awards Panama Maritime VI Conference, February 24-27, 2002, Panama City, Panama, Panelist, Mock New York Arbitration Ninth Hässelby Colloquium, Chartering of Ships, Mariefried, Sweden, August 23-25, 2001, Moderator, Session on Charterer’s Liability Paper, “Damages Arising from Breach of Contract, Loss of Revenue and ‘Indirect’ Damages”, Tulane Admiralty Law Seminar, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 1997, and published in 72 Tul. L. Rev. 759 (1997) Paper, “Comparison of Chinese and U.S. Limitation of Liability Laws,” International Conference on Maritime Law, Shanghai, China, October 11-14, 1994 Paper, “History of Rule B Attachments and Comparison with State Court Remedies, presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Bar Association in August, 1994, at New Orleans, Louisiana, as part of a program sponsored by the Admiralty and Maritime Law Committee of the ABA Section on International Law, August 6, 1994 Paper, “The Rights of Maritime Creditors in the United States to Obtain Security Prior to Judgment or Arbitration Award,” presented at seminar ponsored byHealy & Baillie and Lee & Ko at Seoul, Korea, October 1994 Co-author, “Admissibility of Government Agency Reports in Maritime Cases,” 21 Journal of Maritime Law & Commerce 111 (1990) Note, “The Shipping Container as a COGSA Package: The Functional Economics Test Is Abandoned,” 6 Mar. Lawyer 336 (1981) (cited in Monica Textile Corp. v. S.S. Tana, 952 F.2d 636, 638, 640 (2d Cir. 1991)) “The Rights of Adult Adoptees in Louisiana to Discover Their Origins,” in T. Carbonneau, The Family and the Civil Code (Fall, 1983) Co-author, “Who Owns the Hole When the Salt Is Gone?,” Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Salt (Toronto, May, 1983