Hampton Inn & Suites, 26 Mill River Street, Stamford, CT 06902
This course is offered to help further and promote the fair, just, ethical and
cost effective resolution of charter-party and other maritime contract disputes
by arbitration in New York.
Jeffrey Weiss, Esq., Professor of Maritime Law at New York Maritime College,
with over 30 years of college and graduate-level teaching experience,
will again be the lead instructor.
1. WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
This course will be especially valuable to business professionals who are users of the arbitration process from issues arising under their company's contracts and charter parties. Attendees from shipowners, charterers, vessel operators, maritime claims adjusters, salvors, ship brokers, oil and chemical companies, insurers, traders and export/import companies should find the course an efficient way to gain an understanding of the current practices in New York maritime arbitration proceedings.
Attorneys: The course will also be uniquely beneficial to newly admitted maritime attorneys or lawyers with less than two years practice experience or those seeking a more comprehensive understanding of the process. The complete Program will qualify for up to 12 CLE credits (12 sessions) in "Areas of Professional Practice".
RSVP: Responses and payment due by 2/15/19
Patricia Leahy, SMA Office Manager, email@example.com
1. Send Payment to:
Society of Maritime Arbitrators, Inc.
157 New Hyde Park Road, Franklin Square, NY 11010