General Maritime Law 101 and Introduction to Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice on the High Seas

Briton P. Sparkman
Briton P. Sparkman
Chalos & Co, P.C.

Briton concentrates his practice on civil and criminal litigation with a focus on admiralty and maritime law, including but not limited to contract disputes, maritime liens, maritime attachment, carriage of goods, vessel collisions, oil and hazardous material spills and discharges, personal injury, and the criminal defense of ship owners, managers, and crewmembers.

Hon. John G. Ingram (Ret.).
Hon. John G. Ingram (Ret.).
NAM (National Arbitration and Mediation)

The Honorable John G. Ingram has had a long and remarkable legal career, both as a judge and a litigator practicing admiralty law. As one of the nation’s foremost authorities in maritime law, Judge Ingram has successfully litigated hundreds of cases representing container ship companies, cruise ship owners, terminal operators, passenger and harbor workers, seafarers, docking pilots, a major towing company and the Port of Albany.

On-Demand: April 30, 2021

General Maritime Law 101 and Introduction to Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice on the High Seas
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