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Admiralty: Marine Insurance II

An advanced admiralty course that focuses on the legal problems arising out of marine insurance policies.  The course examines hull, cargo, P & I, commercial marine property and liability policies.  The course will also examine “cyber insurance” issues, the liability of agents, brokers, and underwriters; the effect of the insolvency of an insurance company; excess and surplus lines coverage; the duty to defend; reinsurance; and current problems in the law of marine insurance coverages.  Grade will be based on an anonymous exam except graduate students, who may opt to write a paper.  Graduate students and third-year J.D. students who have taken Admiralty I and Admiralty II may enroll in the course. This course is taught by Richard Cozad and William E.O'Neil. (2 Credits)

Semester

Spring 2019

Instructor(s)

Richard Cozad & William O'Neil

Academic Area(s)

Admiralty & Maritime Law