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2020 David W. Robertson Admiralty and Maritime Law eConference

UT Law CLE's 29th Annual David W. Robertson Admiralty and Maritime Law Conference, now a Live Webcast, is the leading annual event that focuses on legal developments in the specialized areas of admiralty and maritime law. The conference offers a unique opportunity for practitioners to stay abreast of global and national developments affecting case law, contracts, and civil procedure.   This year’s highlights include: The always popular overview of recent developments at the national level and in the Fifth and Eleventh Circuits with Texas Law Professor Michael Sturley, along with Matthew Ammerman of Houston, TX. Observations and guidance from Hon. Lee H. Rosenthal, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas, Hon. Jeffrey V. Brown, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas, and Hon. Latosha Lewis Payne, 55th Civil District Court. Discussion of the current issues affecting commercial and leisure shipping vessels: Major Disruptive Events: Pandemics, Storms, Fires, Oh My! Learn about the Common Mistakes in Maritime Contracts from the perspective of multiple experienced in-house counsel. What to Do if Your Client is Misbehaving, Part X—the interactive ethics favorite—with Bradley J. Jackson and Kevin Dubose providing real-world questions and answers regarding ethics and the law.

  • Total Credit Hours:
  • 7.75 hrs | 1.25 Ethics
  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 10/31/2021
  • 2020 David W. Robertson Admiralty and Maritime Law eConference
    4.48 out of 5 stars
    What was the overall quality of the course (presentation, materials, and technical delivery)?
    Rate the overall teaching effectiveness and presentation skills of faculty for the course.
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    great - virtual format worked very well

    I would like to have more PPT material

    Recent Developments in Admiralty Law was by far the most insightful course of the 2020 Conference. Sturley & Ammerman displayed comprehensive knowledge of recent decisions plus the comprehensive article was informative. Additionally, "What to do if your client is misbehaving," was informative and Dubose and Jackson demonstrated professional opinions and not mere generalizations of the subject matter. Judge Payne was excellent regarding "Effective Voir Dire." The section on "Common Mistakes in Maritime Contracts," was useless. None of the attorneys (Bickley, Doty & Young) prepared any written materials, were totally unprepared and basically bragged about their own past useless experiences. also,

    excellent!!

$395   Add to Cart
2019 David W. Robertson Admiralty and Maritime Law eConference

Join UT Law Continuing Legal Education for the 28th Annual David W. Robertson Admiralty and Maritime Law Conference – the leading annual Texas CLE event that focuses on legal developments in the specialized areas of admiralty and maritime law. The conference opens with the always popular overview of recent developments at the national level and in the Fifth and Eleventh Circuits and offers a unique opportunity for practitioners to stay abreast of global and national developments affecting case law, contracts, and civil procedure.

  • Total Credit Hours:
  • 8.00 hrs | 2.25 Ethics
  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 12/31/2021
  • 2019 David W. Robertson Admiralty and Maritime Law eConference
    4.42 out of 5 stars
    What was the overall quality of the course (presentation, materials, and technical delivery)?
    Rate the overall teaching effectiveness and presentation skills of faculty for the course.
    How would you rate the value of the materials provided as part of the course?

    excellent as always

    Informative and timely presentations. I only wish the tropical storm had not caused rescheduling of the program, especially since my partner and I flew from California and had already checked into the hotel when we received notice.

    Technical issue on e-conference controls: The "rewind" icon did not work on some of the courses. Instead of allowing me to rewind, it interpreted my click as a request to fast forward. This ability to rewind is very helpful; however, it was not always available.

    Most of the sessions were well organized and very informative especially "recent developments" "admiralty practice" and "naval collisions.'One section in particular was boring called "greed." The egotistic speaker only talked about himself and addressed virtually no admiralty law topics.

    Excellent, per usual. Informative and engaging.

$345   Add to Cart

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