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Monday, January 23, 2006

Maritime Blogs

I'm dealing with many inches of snow today, so it's short posts today.  The Paris Hilton deposition excerpts should keep you busy.

In any event, a practicing lawyer pointed out a couple of interesting resources on maritime law, including maritime torts -- the Boating Law Safety Blog and the associated podcast.

Of course, many of the best proximate cause (or, as the casebook I use prefers, legal cause) cases are in admiralty, and the cases do tend to present interesting and complex fact patterns that tend to be litigated and decided by fairly sophisticated parties, lawyers, and judges.  In other words, the blogs may be generally useful, even to those of us who almost never see water bigger than our fish pond.

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/tortsprof/2006/01/maritime_blogs.html

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