Since its founding, the Journal has been cited by judges and arbitrators more than 440 times.

Supreme Court of the United States

Lozman v. City of Riviera Beach, 133 S. Ct. at 750 (Dead Ships, 30 JMLC 677)

Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha Ltd. v. Regal-Beloit Corp., 561 U.S. at 412 (Maritime Cases About Train Wrecks: Applying Maritime Law to the Inland Damage of Ocean Cargo, 40 JMLC 1)

Atlantic Sounding Co., Inc. v. Townsend, 557 U.S. at 412 (Punitive Damages in American Maritime Law, 28 JMLC 73)

Norfolk Southern Ry. Co. v. James N. Kirby Pty Ltd., 543 U.S. at 19 (Carriage of Goods by Sea, 31 JMLC 241)

Lewis v. Lewis & Clark Marine, Inc., 531 U.S. at 444 (Original Understandings and the Private Law Origins of the Federal Admiralty Jurisdiction, A Reply to Professor Casto, 30 JMLC 361)

Exxon Co., U.S.A. v. Sofec, Inc., 517 U.S. at 837 (Developments in American Maritime Law in Light of the Rule of Comparative Fault, 22 JMLC 445)

American Dredging Co. v. Miller, 510 U.S. at 449 (Forum Non Conveniens and Choice of Law in Admiralty: Time for an Overhaul, 18 JMLC 185)

Carnival Cruise Lines v. Shute, 499 U.S. at 604 (Liberalism, Choice of Forum Clauses and the Hague Rules, 2 JMLC 661)

Trans World Airlines, Inc. v. Franklin Mint Corp., 466 U.S. at 256 (The Value of the Gold Franc--A Different Point of View, 6 JMLC 73)

Id. (Golden Limitations of Liability in International Transport Conventions and the Currency Crisis, 5 JMLC 645)

NLRB v. International Longshoremen's Ass'n, 447 U.S. at 494 (The Role of the American Ocean Freight Forwarder in Intermodal, Containerized Transportation, 2 JMLC 625)

Id. (Prospects and Problems of the Container Revolution, 1 JMLC 203)

Japan Line, Ltd. v. County of Los Angeles, 441 U.S. at 436 (The Law of Shipping Containers, 5 JMLC 507)

Northeast Marine Terminal Co. v. Caputo, 432 U.S. at 278 (The Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act -- After the 1972 Amendments , 6 JMLC 1)

United States v. Reliable Transfer Co., 421 U.S. at 410 (Division of Damages in Admiralty -- A Rising Tide of Confusion, 2 JMLC 323)

M/S Bremen v. Zapata Off-Shore Co., 407 U.S. at 14 (Arbitration Clauses and Forum Selecting Clauses in the Conflict of Laws: Some Recent Developments in England, 2 JMLC 363)
 

United States Courts of Appeals

1st Circuit:

United States v. Aybar-Ulloa, 2019 WL 140027 at *11 (Stateless Fishing Vessels, Int'l Law, and the U.N. High Seas Fisheries Conference, 25 JMLC 531)

Catlin Syndicate 2003 at Lloyd's v. San Juan Towing & Marine Servs., 778 F.3d at 75 n.6, *80 n.13 (The Duty of Utmost Good Faith in Marine Insurance Law: A Comparative Analysis of American and English Law, 29 JMLC 1)

U.S. v. Matos-Luchi, 627 F.3d at 4 (Jurisdiction over Stateless Vessels on the High Seas: An Appraisal Under Domestic and International Law, 13 J MLC 323)

Id. at 16 (Stateless Fishing Vessels, International Law and the U.N. High Seas Fisheries Conference, 25 JMLC 531)

United States v. Massachusetts, 493 F.3d at 12 (Federalism in the Era of International Standards: Federal and State Government Regulation of Merchant Vessels in the United States (Part III), 30 JMLC 85)

Henley Drilling Co. v. McGee, 36 F.3d at 148 (Recent Developments Concerning the Package Limitation, 20 JMLC 403)

Id. at 145 (The Fair Opportunity Requirement Under COGSA Section 4(5): A Case Study in the Misinterpretation of the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act (Part II), 19 JMLC 157)

Id. at 145 (The Fair Opportunity Requirement Under COGSA Section 4(5): A Case Study in the Misinterpretation of the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act (Part I), 19 JMLC 1)

Vimar Seguros y Reaseguros, S.A. v. M/V Sky Reefer, 29 F.3d at 730 (Choice of Forum Clauses in Bills of Lading, 2 JMLC 17)

Carey v. Bahama Cruise Lines, 864 F.2d at 207 (Choice of Law in the Federal Admiralty Court, 10 JMLC 165)

Tramp Oil & Marine, Ltd. v. M/V Mermaid I, 805 F.2d at 45 (Assignment and Transfer of Maritime Liens: Is There Subrogation of the Privilege?, 15 JMLC 393)

Mitsubishi Motors Corp. v. Soler Chrysler-Plymouth, 723 F.2d at 165 ( Implementation of the United Nations Convention on Foreign Arbitral Awards in the United States, 2 JMLC 735)

Puerto Rico v. SS Zoe Colocotroni, 628 F.2d at 663 (Liability for Oil Pollution -- United States Law, 10 JMLC 475)

Johnson v. A/S Ivarans Rederi, 613 F.2d at 341 (Negligence Actions by Longshoremen Against Shipowners Under the 1972 Amendments to the Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act, 7 JMLC 447)

Id. (Recent Case, Duty Owed by Shipowner Under 1972 Amendments to Longshoremen's Act Is That of Land Based Premises Owner to Business Invitee, Ramirez v. Toko Kaiun K.K., 385 F.Supp. 644 (N.D. Cal. 1974) 6 JMLC 643)

Id. (The Longshoreman's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act -- After the 1972 Amendments, 6 JMLC 1)

United States v. White Fuel Corp., 498 F.2d at 623 (No Fault Liability for Oil Pollution Damage, 5 JMLC 1)

2d Circuit:

In re M/V DG Harmony, 518 F.3d at 115 (The Prism of COGSA, 30 JMLC 543)

Id. (The History of COGSA and the Hague Rules, 22 JMLC 1)

Otal Investments Ltd. v. M.V. Clary, 494 F.3d at 51 (The Pennsylvania Rule-An Anachronism? The Pennsylvania Judgment-An Error?, 13 JMLC 127)

Sompo Japan Ins. Co. of Am. v. Union Pac. R.R., 456 F.3d at 57 (Uniformity in the Law Governing the Carriage of Goods by Sea, 26 JMLC 553)

In re Millenium Seacarriers, Inc., 419 F.3d at 92, n. 7 (The ABC's of Admiralty and Bankruptcy in Concert or Conflict, 21 JMLC 273)

Id. (Payment for Supplies and Services Furnished in Maritime Commerce, 18 JMLC 379)

Abrams v. Societe Nationale des Chemins de Fer Francais, 332 F.3d at 177 (Reflections on the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act After Twenty Years, 28 JMLC 257)

Winter Storm Shipping, Ltd. v. TPI, 310 F.3d at 268 (An Introduction to Maritime Attachment Practice Under Rule B, 20 JMLC 521)

Senator Linie Gmbh & Co. Kg v. Sunway Line, Inc., 291. F.3d. at .155, n.9 (The Fair Opportunity Requirement Under COGSA Section 4(5): A Case Study in the Misinterpretation of the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act, 19 JMLC 1)

Id. at *9, n. 17 (The History of COGSA and the Hague Rules, 22 JMLC 1)

Nippon Fire & Marine Ins. Co. v. M/V Tourcoing, 167 F.3d at 102 (Package and Kilo Limitations and The Hague, Hague/Visby and Hamburg Rules & Gold, 26 JMLC 133)

Jones v. Sea Tow Serv., 30 F.3d at 365 (Note, Salvage Arbitration: The Arbitration Provisions of the LOF Are Unenforceable in Purely Domestic Salvage Cases, Brier v. Northstar Marine, Inc., 1993 AMC 1194 (D.N.J. 1992), 24 JMLC 573)

Associated Metals & Minerals Corp. v. S/S Jasmine, 983 F.2d at 414 (The Message of Liability for Cargo Damage Under Charter Parties; A Second Look, 21 JMLC 397)

Stolt Tank Containers, Inc. v. Evergreen Marine Corp., 962 F.2d at 279 (The Fair Opportunity Requirement Under COGSA Section 4(5): A Case Study in the Misinterpretation of the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act (Part II), 19 JMLC 157)

Id. (The Fair Opportunity Requirement Under COGSA Section 4(5): A Case Study in the Misinterpretation of the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act (Part I), 19 JMLC 1)

Monica Textile Corp. v. S.S. Tana, 952 F.2d at 639 (The Law of Shipping Containers, 5 JMLC 507)

Id. (The Container and the Package Limitation -- The Search for Predictability, 5 JMLC 251)

Id. at 638 (Prospects and Problems of the Container Revolution, 1 JMLC 203)

General Electric Co. v. MV Nedlloyd, 817 F.2d at 1025 (Conventions and Morals -- Limitation Clauses in International Maritime Conventions, 1 JMLC 525)

AVC Nederland B.V. v. Atrium Inv. Pshp., 740 F.2d at 160 (Liberalism, Choice of Forum Clauses and the Hague Rules, 2 JMLC 661)

Peralta Shipping Corp. v. Smith & Johnson (Shipping) Corp., 739 F.2d at 803 (Recent Case, Admiralty Jurisdiction Extends to Agent Who Actually Performs Essential Services for Vessel, Hinkins S.S. Agency v. Freighters, Inc., 351 F.Supp. 373 (N.D. Cal. 1972), 4 JMLC 480)

Denby v. Seaboard World Airlines, Inc., 737 F.2d at 179 (Business and Market Developments, 10 JMLC 311)

Bergesen v. Joseph Muller Corp., 710 F.2d at 929 (Implementation of the United Nations Convention on Foreign Arbitral Awards in the United States, 2 JMLC 735)

B.V. Bureau Wijsmuller v. United States, 702 F.2d at 338 (Salvage -- A New Look at an Old Concept, 7 JMLC 505)

Franklin Mint Corp. v. Trans World Airlines, Inc., 690 F.2d at 308 (The SDR in Transport Liability Conventions: Some Clarification, 13 JMLC 1)

Id. at 307 (Golden Limitations of Liability in International Transport Conventions and the Currency Crisis, 5 JMLC 645)

CTI-Container Leasing Corp. v. Oceanic Operations Corp., 682 F.2d at 381 (Prospects and Problems of the Container Revolution, 1 JMLC 203)

Id. at 380 (Business and Market Developments, 10 JMLC 311)

Id. (The Law of Shipping Containers, 5 JMLC 507)

Allied Int'l Am. Eagle Trading Corp. v. S.S. Yang Ming, 672 F.2d at 1059 (The Law of Shipping Containers, 5 JMLC 507)

Id. (Prospects and Problems of the Container Revolution, 1 JMLC 203)

Smythgreyhound v. M/V Eurygenes, 666 F.2d at 752 (Conventions and Morals -- Limitation Clauses in International Maritime Conventions, 1 JMLC 525)

Id. at 750 (Business and Market Developments, 10 JMLC 311)

Id. (More on the Law of Shipping Containers, 6 JMLC 603)

Id. (The Law of Shipping Containers, 5 JMLC 507)

Alcoa S.S. Co. v. M/V Nordic Regent, 654 F.2d at 158 (Choice of Forum Clauses and the American Forum Patriae; Something Happened on the Way to the Forum: Zapata and Silver, 4 JMLC 295)

Evans v. Transportacion Maritime Mexicana SS Campeche, 639 F.2d at 851 (Negligence Actions by Longshoremen Against Shipowners Under the 1972 Amendments to the Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act, 7 JMLC 447)

Mitsui & Co. v. American Export Lines, Inc., 636 F.2d at 819 (The Container and the Package Limitation -- The Search for Predictability , 5 JMLC 251)

Id. at 816 (The Law of Shipping Containers, 5 JMLC 507)

Id. (Latest Developments in the Law of Shipping Containers, 4 JMLC 441)

Id. (Prospects and Problems of the Container Revolution, 1 JMLC 203)

Id. at 815 (Conventions and Morals -- Limitation Clauses in International Maritime Conventions, 1 JMLC 525)

Getty Oil Co. v. S.S. Ponce De Leon, 555 F.2d at 333 (Reliable Transfer Company v. United States: Proportional Fault Rule, 7 JMLC 293)

Landon v. Lief Hoegh & Co., 521 F.2d at 763 (The Longshoreme n's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act -- After the 1972 Amendments, 6 JMLC 1)

Cameco, Inc. v. S.S. American Legion, 514 F.2d at 1297 (The Law of Shipping Containers, 5 JMLC 507)

Id. (The Container and the Package Limitation -- The Search for Predictability, 5 JMLC 251)

Id. (Containerization: Comments on Insurance and Liability, 3 JMLC 503)

Id. (Conventions and Morals -- Limitation Clauses in International Maritime Conventions, 1 JMLC 525)

Shinko Boeki Co. v. S.S. Pioneer Moon, 507 F.2d at 345 (The Law of Shipping Containers, 5 JMLC 507)

Id. (The Container and the Package Limitation -- The Search for Predictability, 5 JMLC 251)

Iligan Integrated Steel Mills, Inc. v. S.S. John Weyerhaeuser, 507 F.2d at 73 (Conventions and Morals -- Limitation Clauses in International Maritime Conventions, 1 JMLC 525)

I/S Stavborg  v. National Metal Converters, Inc., 500 F.2d at 426 (Implementation of the United Nations Convention on Foreign Arbitral Awards in the United States, 2 JMLC 735)

Royal Typewriter Co. v. M/V Kulmerland, 483 F.2d at 648 (Correspondence, Editor's Note, 3 JMLC 209)

Id. (The "Container Clause" in Article 4(5) of the 1968 Protocol to the Hague Rules, 2 JMLC 131)

Id. at 647 (Latest Developments in the Law of Shipping Containers, 4 JMLC 441)

Republic of Korea v. New York Navigation Co., 469 F.2d at 380 (The Hague Rules and Incorporation of Charter Party Arbitration Clauses Into Bills of Lading, 2 JMLC 1)

Leather's Best, Inc. v. S.S. Mormaclynx, 451 F.2d at 815 (Conventions and Morals -- Limitation Clauses in International Maritime Conventions, 1 JMLC 525)

Id. at 804 (Recent Case, B/L Clause Treating Container as Single Package for Purposes of COGSA Limitation of Liability Invalid; B/L Clause Defining "Carrier" as "All Performance of this Contract" held to entitle Terminal Operator to Limit Liability to $500 Per Package, Leather's Best, Inc. v. S.S. Mormaclynx, 2 JMLC 190)

Id. (Prospects and Problems of the Container Revolution, 1 JMLC 203)

3d Circuit:

Vooys v. Bentley, 2018 WL 3978474 passim (A Peculiar Niche: Admiralty Law in the United States Virgin Islands, 26 JMLC 157)

Boroski v. DynCorp Int'l, 662 F.3d at 1200 (Wrongful Death: Negligence Remedy Available to Estate of Longshoreman, 32 JMLC 175)

AGF Marine Aviation & Transport v. Richard C. Cassin CIT Group/Sales Financing, Inc., 544 F.3d at 263 (The Duty of Utmost Good Faith in Marine Insurance Law: A Comparative Analysis of American and English Law, 29 JMLC 1)

Ferrostaal, Inc. v. M/V Sea Phoenix, 447 F.3d at 220 n. 10 (The Fair Opportunity Requirement Under COGSA Section 4(5): A Case Study in the Misinterpretation of the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act (pts. 1&2), 19 JMLC 1, 157)

U.S. Express Lines, Ltd. v. Higgins, 2002 WL 229501 at *4  (Supplemental, Pendent & Ancillary Jurisdiction in Admiralty and Maritime Cases: The ALI Federal Judicial Code Revision Project and Admiralty Practice, 32 JMLC 567)

Id. at *14 n.2 (The Federal Rules for Admiralty and Maritime Cases: A Verdict of Quiescent Years, 27 JMLC 581)  

Id. (The Future of Maritime Law in the Federal Courts: A Faculty Colloquium, 31 JMLC 217).

Sun Oil Co. v. M/T Carisle, 771 F.2d at 812 (Recent Case, COGSA: Petroleum Shortage Transit Allowance: Sun Oil Co. v. Mercedes Maria, No. 80-4862, slip opinion (E.D. Pa. Dec. 29, 1982), 14 JMLC 269)

Id. at 810 (A Comparison of "COGSA", the Hague/Visby Rules, and the Hamburg Rules, 15 JMLC 233)

Id. at 808 (Tanker Problems in Arbitration: The 0.5% Allowance, 14 JMLC 225)

Rich v. United States Lines, Inc., 596 F.2d at 565 (Negligence Actions by Longshoremen Against Shipowners Under the 1972 Amendments to the Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act, 7 JMLC 447)

Hurst v. Triad Shipping Co., 554 F.2d at 1241 (Negligence Actions by Longshoremen Against Shipowners Under the 1972 Amendments to the Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act, 7 JMLC 447)

Id. (Recent Case: Duty Owed by Shipowner Under 1972 Amendments to Longshoremen's Act Is That of Land Based Premises Owner to Business Invitee, Ramirez v. Toko Kaiun K.K., 385 F.Supp. 644 (N.D. Cal. 1974) 6 JMLC 643)

Id. (The Longshoremen's and Harbor Worker's Compensation Act -- After the 1972 Amendments, 6 JMLC 1)

Id. (Ship's Liability to Longshoremen Based on Unseaworthiness -- Sieracki through Usner, 3 JMLC 45)

4th Circuit:

Martin v. Harris, 560 F.3d at 220 (Prejudgment Interest in Seamen's Personal Injury Cases: Supreme Court Precedent Lost in a Sea of Procedural Confusion, 33 JMLC 423)

De Sole v. United States, 947 F.2d at 1183 (Personal Injury and Death Aboard Racing Yachts, 12 JMLC 233)

American Trucking Ass'n v. NLRB, 734 F.2d at 968 (Prospects and Problems of the Container Revolution, 1 JMLC 203)

Amstar Corp. v. S.S. Alexandros T, 664 F.2d at 911 (Admiralty Practice Under the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act -- A Trap for the Unwary, 12 JMLC 109)

Steuart Transp. Co. v. Allied Towing Corp., 596 F.2d at 613 (Marine Oil Pollution and the Water Quality Improvement Act of 1970, 1 JMLC 537)

Riddle v. Exxon Transp. Co., 563 F.2d at 1109 (Recent Case, Duty Owed by Shipowner Under 1972 Amendments to Longshoremen's Act Is That of Land Based Premises Owner to Business Invitee, Ramirez v. Toko Kaiun K.K., 385 F.Supp. 644 (N.D. Cal. 1974) 6 JMLC 643)

Edmonds v. Compagnie Generale Transatlantique, 558 F.2d at 191 (In the Wake of the 1972 Amendments to the L.&H.W.C.A.: the Vessel's Rights Against the Stevedore, 7 JMLC 671)

I. T. O. Corp. v. United States Dep't of Labor, 529 F.2d at 1089 (The Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act -- After the 1972 Amendments, 6 JMLC 1)

5th Circuit:

In re Crescent Services, LLC, 2018 WL 3420665 at *7 (The Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act's Provisions on Jurisdiction, Remedies, and Choice of Law: Correcting the Fifth Circuit's Mistakes, 38 JMLC 487)

In re Larry Doiron Inc., 879 F.3d at 572 n.20 (en banc) (The Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act's Provisions on Jurisdiction, Remedies, and Choice of Law: Correcting the Fifth Circuit's Mistakes, 38 JMLC 487)

Larry Doiron, Inc. v. Specialty Rental Tools & Supply, LLP, 849 F.3d at 611 n. 7 (The Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act's Provisions on Jurisdiction, Remedies, and Choice of Law: Correcting the Fifth Circuit's Mistakes, 38 JMLC 487)

McBride v. Estes Well Service, LLC, 768 F.3d at 386 n. 21 (Troubled Waters for Seamen's Wrongful Death Actions, 12 JMLC 327)

Id. at 393 n.3 & 406 n.7 (Punitive Damages in American Maritime Law, 28 JMLC 73)

McBride v. Estes Well Service, LLC, 731 F.3d at 517 n.15 (Punitive Damages in American Maritime Law, 28 JMLC 73)

Bertucci Construction Co. LLC v. Wagner, 544 Fed. Appx. at 316 n.6 (Admiralty Jurisdiction Over One Co-Tortfeasor Cannot Effectuate Admiralty Jurisdiction Over Another, 37 JMLC 161)

Id. (The Admiralty Extension Act at Fifty, 29 JMLC 495)

Luera v. M/V Alberta, 635 F.3d at 191 (When Worlds Collide: The In Rem Jury and Other Marvels of Modern Admiralty, 35 JMLC 143)

Grand Isle Shipyard Inc. v. Seacor Marine, LLC, 589 F.3d at 786 n.5 (The Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act's Provisions on Jurisdiction, Remedies, and Choice of Law: Correcting the Fifth Circuit's Mistakes, 38 JMLC 487)

United States v. Kun Yun Jho, 534 F.3d at 409 (Port State Enforcement: A Comment on Article 218 of the 1982 Law of the Sea Convention, 28 JMLC 305)

Servicios-Expoarma, C.A. v. Industrial Maritime Carriers, 135 F.3d at 990 (The Floundering of "Delivery" Under Section 3(6) of COGSA: A Proposal to Steady its Meaning in Light of its Legislative History, 24 JMLC 287)

Id. (The History of COGSA and the Hague Rules, 22 JMLC 1)

Craddock Int'l v. W.K.P. Wilson & Son, 116 F.3d at 1103 (The Fair Opportunity Requirement Under COGSA Section 4(5): A Case Study in the Misinterpretation of the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act (Part II), 19 JMLC 157)

Gautreaux v. Scurlock Marine, 107 F.3d at 339 (Allocation of Risk and Standard of Care Under the Jones Act: "Slight Negligence," "Slight Care"?, 25 JMLC 1)

Gautreaux v. Scurlock Marine, 84 F.3d at 781 (Allocation of Risk and Standard of Care Under the Jones Act: "Slight Negligence," "Slight Care"?, 25 JMLC 1)

Associated Metals & Minerals Corp. v. Alexander's Unity MV, 41 F.3d at 1014 (The History of COGSA and the Hague Rules, 22 JMLC 1)

McClain v. Panama Canal Comm'n, 834 F.2d at 458 (Accidents in the Canal: Perspectives on the Claims Structure of the New Panama Canal Act, 15 JMLC 29)

In re Air Crash Disaster near New Orleans, 821 F.2d at 1156 ( Forum Non Conveniens and Choice of Law in Admiralty: Time for an Overhaul, 18 JMLC 185)

Id. at 1155 (Forum Non Conveniens in Admiralty, 13 JMLC 341)

Parcel Tankers, Inc. v. Formosa Plastics Corp., 764 F.2d at 1155 (Charting a New Course: Proposed Amendments to the Supplemental Rules for Admiralty Arrest and Attachment, 15 JMLC 353)

Continental Oil Co. v. Bonanza Corp., 706 F.2d at 1383 (Oil Pollution Law and the Limitation of Liability Act: A Murky Sea for Claimants Against Vessels, 9 JMLC 285)

Id. (The C.M.I. and IMCO Draft Conventions on Civil Liability for Oil Pollution, 1 JMLC 93)

Bodden v. American Offshore, Inc., 681 F.2d at 325 (Recent Case, Damage Under DOHSA; Loss of Society and Funeral Expenses, Mobil Oil Corp. v. Higginbotham, 436 U.S. 618 (1978), 11 JMLC 139)

Id. at 321 (Wrongful Death and Survival Actions Under the General Maritime Law: Pre-Harrisburg Through Post-Moragne, 4 JMLC 1)

Burks v. American River Transp. Co., 679 F.2d at 74 (Negligence Actions by Longshoremen Against Shipowners Under the 1972 Amendments to the Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act, 7 JMLC 447)

Id. (The Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act -- After the 1972 Amendments, 6 JMLC 1)

Boudreaux v. American Workover, Inc., 664 F.2d at 472 (The Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act -- After the 1972 Amendments, 6 JMLC 1)

Holcomb v. Robert W. Kirk & Associates, Inc., 655 F.2d at 592 ( The Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act -- After the 1972 Amendments, 6 JMLC 1)

Aparicio v. Swan Lake, 643 F.2d at 1116 (Negligence Actions by Longshoremen Against Shipowners Under the 1972 Amendments to the Longshoreman's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act, 7 JMLC 447)

Byrd v. Reederei, 638 F.2d at 1306 (Negligence Actions by Longshoremen Against Shipowners Under the 1972 Amendments to the Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act, 7 JMLC 447)

Spartus Corp. v. S/S Yafo, 590 F.2d at 1315 (Unreasonable Deviation under COGSA, 9 JMLC 481)

Gele v. Chevron Oil Co., 574 F.2d at 248 (The Growth of the Pennsylvania Rule: A Study of Causation in Maritime Law, 7 JMLC 521)

Samuels v. Empresa Lineas Maritimas Argentinas, 573 F.2d at 887 (In the Wake of the 1972 Amendments to the L.&H.W.C.A.: the Vessel's Rights Against the Stevedore, 7 JMLC 671)

Id. (Negligence Actions by Longshoremen Against Shipowners Under the 1972 Amendments to the Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act, 7 JMLC 447)

Drachenberg v. Canal Barge Co., 571 F.2d at 916 (Negligence Actions by Longshoremen Against Shipowners Under the 1972 Amendments to the Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act, 7 JMLC 447)

University of Texas v. United States, 557 F.2d at 447 (Recent Case, Expenses Incurred in Removal of Wrecked Vessel in Panama Canal not Subject to Shipowner's Limitation of Liability Act, In re Chinese Maritime Trust, Ltd., 1972 AMC 1478, aff'd 1973 AMC 1110 (2d Cir. 1973), 5 JMLC 671)

Jacksonville Shipyards, Inc. v. Perdue, 539 F.2d at 540 (The Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act -- After the 1972 Amendments, 6 JMLC 1)

Kyzar v. Vale Do Ri Doce Navegacai, S. A., 464 F.2d at 290 (Recent Case, Single Negligent Act by Fellow Longshoreman Does Not Render Vessel Unseaworthy, Usner v. Luckenbach Overseas Corp., 400 U.S. 494 (1970), 2 JMLC 871)

Id. (Comment, Instant Unseaworthiness: Mascuilli Revisited, 1 JMLC 573)

Garner v. Cities Service Tankers Corp., 456 F.2d at 480 (Division of Damages in Admiralty -- A Rising Tide of Confusion, 2 JMLC 323)

6th Circuit:

Dimond Rigging Company, LLC v. BDP International, Inc., 2019 WL321862 at *2 n.5 (Crossing the Himalayas: Exculpatory Clauses in Global Transport: Norfolk Southern Railway Co. v. James N. Kirby, Pty Ltd., 125 S. Ct. 385, 2004 AMC 2705 (2004), 36 JMLC 155)

Royal Ins. Co. of America v. Orient Overseas Container Line Ltd., 514 F.3d at 628 (A Comparison of "COGSA", the Hague/Visby Rules, and the Hamburg Rules, 15 JMLC 233)

7th Circuit:

Tagliere v. Harrah's Illinois Corp., 445 F.3d at 1014 (The Admiralty Extension Act Solution, 34 JMLC 209)

Zych v. Unidentified, Wrecked & Abandoned Vessel, 941 F.2d at 532 (The Abandoned Shipwreck Act of 1987: Good-Bye to Salvage in the Territorial Sea, 19 JMLC 499)

Johnson v. Sioux City, 629 F.2d at 1246 (The Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act -- After the 1972 Amendments, 6 JMLC 1)

United States v. Ohio Valley Co., 510 F.2d at 1188 (Recent Case, Expenses Incurred in Removal of Wrecked Vessel in Panama Canal not Subject to Shipowner's Limitation of Liability Act, In re Chinese Maritime Trust, Ltd., 1972 AMC 1478, aff'd 1973 AMC 1110 (2d Cir. 1973), 5 JMLC 671)

8th Circuit

New York Marine & General Insurance Co. v. Continental Cement Co. LLC, 2014 U.S. App. LEXIS 13638 at *7 (The Duty of Utmost Good Faith in Marine Insurance Law: A Comparative Analysis of American and English Law, 29 JMLC 1)

9th Circuit:

Ali v. Rogers, 2015 WL 1259627 at *4 (Admiralty Jurisdiction, 31 JMLC 189)

New Hampshire Insurance Co. v. C'est Moi, Inc., 519 F.3d at 939 (The Duty of Utmost Good Faith in Marine Insurance Law: A Comparative Analysis of American and English Law, 29 JMLC 1)

Certain Underwriters at Lloyds v. Inlet Fisheries Inc., 518 F.3d at 653-54 (The Duty of Utmost Good Faith in Marine Insurance Law: A Comparative Analysis of American and English Law, 29 JMLC 1)

Taghadomi v. U.S., 401 F.3d at 1083, n.4 (Unifying Maritime Claims Against the United States, 30 JMLC 41)

Yu v. Albany Ins. Co., 281 F.3d at 809, n.5 (The Life and Times of Wilburn Boat: A Critical Guide (Part II), 28 JMLC 555)

International Ass'n of Indep. Tanker Owners v. Locke, 159 F.3d at 1221 (The Washington State BAP Standards: A Case Study in Aggressive Tanker Regulation, 27 JMLC 641)

Pacific Merchant Shipping Ass'n v. Aubry, 918 F.2d at 1423 (Applicability of State Wrongful Death Statutes on the High Seas, 18 JMLC 67)

Carman Tool & Abrasives, Inc. v. Evergreen Lines, 871 F.2d at 900 (The Fair Opportunity Requirement Under COGSA Section 4(5): A Case Study in the Misinterpretation of the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act (Part II), 19 JMLC 157)

Id. at 899 (The Fair Opportunity Requirement Under COGSA Section 4(5): A Case Study in the Misinterpretation of the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act (Part I), 19 JMLC 1)

Zipfel v. Halliburton Co., 832 F.2d at 1482 (Forum Non Conveniens: Its Application in Admiralty Law, 15 JMLC 517)

Farwest Steel Corp. v. Barge Sea-Span 241, 828 F.2d at 526 (Payment for Services and Supplies Furnished in Maritime Commerce, 18 JMLC 219)

Zipfel v. Halliburton Co., 820 F.2d at 1443 (Forum Non Conveniens: Its Application in Admiralty Law, 15 JMLC 517)

Pereira v. Utah Transport, Inc., 764 F.2d at 688 (Forum Non Conveniens: Its Application in Admiralty Law, 15 JMLC 517)

Alkmeon Naviera, S.A. v. M/V "Marina L", 633 F.2d at 792 (The Legal Implications of Marine Radar, 7 JMLC 573)

Santos v. Scindia Steam Navigation Co., 598 F.2d at 487 (Negligence Actions by Longshoremen Against Shipowners Under the 1972 Amendments to the Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act, 7 JMLC 447)

Yamashita-Shinnihon Kisen, K.K. Tokyo v. W. J. Jones & Son, Inc., 474 F.2d at 850 (Division of Damages in Admiralty -- A Rising Tide of Confusion, 2 JMLC 323)

10th Circuit:

Misener Marine Constr., Inc. v. Norfolk Dredging Co., 594 F.3d at 840 n.19 (Court-Awarded Attorneys' Fees in Maritime Cases: The "American Rule" in Admiralty, 27 JMLC 507)

Orient Mineral Co. v. Bank of China, 506 F.3d at 992 (Reflections on the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act After Twenty Years, 28 JMLC 257)

11th Circuit:

Internaves De Mex. S.A. De C.V. v. Andromeda S.S. Corp., 2018 U.S. App. LEXIS 21280 at *15-*16 (The NYPE 93 Arbitration Clause: Where Ends the Open-End?, 37 JMLC 245)

Boroski v. DynCorp Int'l, 662 F.3d at 1250, (Wrongful Death: Negligence Remedy Available to Estate of Longshoreman, 32 JMLC 175)

Fishman & Tobin, Inc. v. Tropical Shipping & Constr. Co., Ltd., 240 F.3d at 963 (The Prism of COGSA, 30 JMLC 543).

Id. (Prospects and Problems of the Container Revolution, 1 JMLC 203)

All Underwriters v. Weisberg, 222 F.3d at 1311, n.3 (Court-Awarded Attorneys' Fees in Maritime Cases: The "American Rule" in Admiralty, 27 JMLC 507)

Self v. Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co., 832 F.2d at 1555 (The Pennsylvania Rule -- An Anachronism, The Pennsylvania Judgment -- An Error?, 13 JMLC 127)

Schiffahartsgesellschaft Leonhardt & Co. v. A. Bottacchi S.A. de Navegacion, 773 F.2d at 1538 (Charting a New Course: Proposed Amendments to the Supplemental Rules of Admiralty Arrest and Attachment, 15 JMLC 353)

D.C. Circuit:

Eagle-Picher Industries, Inc. v. United States, 937 F.2d at 633 (The Suits in Admiralty Act, 17 JMLC 175)

United States v. Federal Maritime Comm'n, 694 F.2d at 830 (Prospects and Problems of the Container Revolution, 1 JMLC 203)

United States Court of Federal Claims

Century Exploration New Orleans, LLC v. United States, 745 F.3d at 1173 (The Oil Pollution Act of 1990: An Analysis, 21 JMLC 569)

United States District Courts

Central District of California:

Flexivan Leasing, Inc. v. M/V C.C. San Francisco, 628 F.Supp. at 1079 ( Business and Market Developments, 10 JMLC 311)

Id. (The Law of Shipping Containers, 5 JMLC 507)

District of Alaska:

Certain Underwriters at Lloyds v. Inlet Fisheries, Inc., 389 F. Supp. 2d at 1160 (The Duty of Utmost Good Faith: A Comparative Analysis of American and English Law, 29 JMLC 1)

Adams v. S/V Tenacious, 203 B.R. at 301 (The ABC's of Admiralty and Bankruptcy in Concert or Conflict, 21 JMLC 273)

Kesselring v. F/T Arctic Hero, 1995 AMC at 1326 (The ABC's of Admiralty and Bankruptcy in Concert or Conflict, 21 JMLC 273)

Pacific Alaska Fuel Serv. v. M/V Miyoshima Maru, 1994 AMC at 2611 ( In the Wake of the Exxon Valdez: Charting the Course of Pilotage Regulation, 22 JMLC 165)

Id. at 2609 (Basic Principles of the Law of Collision, 22 JMLC 359)

In re Exxon Valdez (Order No. 38), 767 F.Supp. at 1511 (Recovery for Economic Loss Under U.S. Maritime Law: Sixty Years Under Robins Dry Dock, 18 JMLC 157)

In re Glacier Bay, 746 F.Supp. at 1383 (Recovery for Economic Loss Under U.S. Maritime Law: Sixty Years Under Robins Dry Dock, 18 JMLC 157)

District of the District of Columbia:

Watervale Marine Co. Ltd. v. Department of Homeland Security at *16 n.15 (Crew Detention: What Can A Ship Owner Do?, 38 JMLCom 215)

United States v. Ali, 885 F. Supp. 2d at 32 (On the Definition of the Crime of Sea Piracy Revisited: Customary vs. Treaty Law and the Jurisdictional Implications Thereof, 42 JMLC 71)

District of Hawaii:

Wagner v. Kona Blue Water Farms, LLC, 2010 AMC at 2467 (Punitive Damages in American Maritime Law, 28 JMLC 73)

Wagner v. Kona Blue Water Farms, LLC, 2010 AMC at 1228-1229 (Punitive Damages in American Maritime Law, 28 JMLC 73)

District of Maryland:

Sherman v. Johnson & Towers Baltimore, Inc., 760 F.Supp. at 502 (Recovery for Economic Loss Under U.S. Maritime Law: Sixty Years Under Robins Dry Dock, 18 JMLC 157)

District of Maine:

Falconer v. Penn Mar., Inc., 397 F.Supp.2d at 71 (The Use of Evidence in Admiralty Proceedings, 34 JMLC 75)

O'Hara Corp. v. F/V North Star, 212 B.R. at 3 (The ABC's of Admiralty and Bankruptcy in Concert or Conflict, 21 JMLC 273)

District of Massachusetts

Maroc Fruit Board S.A. v. M/V Vinson, 2012 WL 2989195 at *2 (Litigation Fights Back, 35 JMLC 617),

In re ALEX C Corp., 2010 WL 4292328 at *10 (The Oil Pollution Act of 1990 After Ten Years, 32 JMLC 135)

Evans v. Nantucket Community Sailing, Inc., 582 F.Supp.2d at 143 (Summertime Sailing: Cruise Ships, Pleasure Boats, and the Law, 29 JMLC 267)

District of New Jersey:

Brier v. Northstar Marine, Inc., 1993 AMC at 1206 (Implementation of the United Nations Convention on Foreign Arbitral Awards in the United States, 2 JMLC 735)

District of North Dakota:

Leland Oil & Gas, LLC v. Azar, 2017 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 27179 at *18 n. 5 (Recovery of Economic Damages for Delayed Offshore Production, 28 JMLC 323)

District of Oregon:

Willamette Prod. Credit Ass'n v. Staffenson, 1985 AMC at 1512 (Charting a New Course: Proposed Amendments to the Supplemental Rules for Admiralty Arrest and Attachment, 15 JMLC 353)

Omark Industries, Inc. v. Associated Container Transp. (Australia), Ltd., 420 F.Supp. at 141 (More on the Law of Shipping Containers, 6 JMLC 603)

Id. (The Law of Shipping Containers, 5 JMLC 507)

Id. (The Container and the Package Limitation -- The Search for Predictability, 5 JMLC 251)

Matsushita Electric Corp. v. S.S. Aegis Spirit, 414 F.Supp. at 902 ( More on the Law of Shipping Containers, 6 JMLC 603)

Id. at 901 (The Container and the Package Limitation -- The Search for Predictability, 5 JMLC 251)

District of Puerto Rico:

QBE Seguros v. Morales-Vazquez, 2018 WL 3763305 at *7 (The Duty of Utmost Good Faith in Marine Insurance Law: A Comparative Analysis of American and English Law, 29 JMLC 1)

United States v. Clark, 2017 WL 3085858 at *3 (Jurisdiction over Stateless Vessels on the High Seas: An Appraisal Under Domestic and International Law, 13 JMLC 323)

United States v. Balbuena-Peguero, 2017 WL 1399696 at *2 (Jurisdiction over Stateless Vessels on the High Seas: An Appraisal under Domestic and International Law, 13 JMLC 323)

QBE Seguros v. Morales-Vasquez, 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 133822 at *8 & *10 (The Duty of Utmost Good Faith in Marine Insurance Law: A Comparative Analysis of American and English Law, 29 JMLC 1)

United States v. Reid-Vargas, 2015 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 60735 at *21-*22 (Jurisdiction over Stateless Vessels on the High Seas: An Appraisal Under Domestic and International Law, 13 JMLC 323)

Catlin Syndicate 2003 at Lloyd's v. San Juan Towing & Marine Servs., 974 F. Supp. 2d at 75 n.5 (The Duty of Utmost Good Faith in Marine Insurance Law: A Comparative Analysis of American and English Law, 29 JMLC 1)

Sylva v. Culebra Dive Shop, 389 F. Supp.2d at 199 (Scuba Diving Injuries: Causes, Remedies, and Defenses, 29 JMLC 519)

Olivelli v. Sappo Corp., 225 F. Supp.2d at 116 n.2 (Scuba Diving Injuries: Causes, Remedies, and Defenses,  29 JMLC 519)

Granite State Ins. v. M/V Caraibe, 825 F.Supp. at 1122 (The Fair Opportunity Requirement Under COGSA Section 4(5): A Case Study in the Misinterpretation of the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act (Part II), 19 JMLC 157)

Tramp Oil & Marine, Ltd. v. M/V Mermaid I, 630 F.Supp. at 633 (Assignment and Transfer of Maritime Liens: Is There Subrogation of the Privilege?, 15 JMLC 393)

Gulf Puerto Rico Lines, Inc. v. Associated Food Co., 366 F.Supp. at 632 (Prospects and Problems of the Container Revolution, 1 JMLC 203)

Lucchese v. Malabe Shipping Co., 351 F.Supp. at 594 (Prospects and Problems of the Container Revolution, 1 JMLC 203)

District of Rhode Island:

CEH, Inc. v. MV Seafarer, 148 F.R.D. at 472 (Punitive Damages in Admiralty, 19 JMLC 65, 73)

District of South Carolina:

Commercial Union Ins. Co. v. Detyens Shipyard, Inc., 147 F. Supp. 2d at 423 n. 14 (The Duty of Utmost Good Faith in Marine Insurance Law: A Comparative Analysis of American and English Law, 29 JMLC 1)

Gibbs Int'l, Inc. v. Federal Ins. Co., 1997 AMC at 2958 (Package & Kilo Limitations and The Hague, Hague/Visby and Hamburg Rules & Gold, 26 JMLC 133)

Eastern District of Louisiana:

Sunglory Maritime Ltd. v. PHI Inc., 2016 U.S. dist. LEXIS 27765 at *12 n.157 (Whatever Happened to the Salvage Convention 1989?, 39 JMLC 463)

Gabarick v. Laurin Marine America, Inc., 54 F. Supp.3d. at 611 (Restoring the Luster to the P&I Letter of Undertaking, 42 JMLC 255)

Gregoire v. Enterprise Marine Services, LLC, 2014 WL 3866589 at *6 n.47 (Maritime Removal: An Unlikely Heuristic for Anchoring Three Non-Textual Principles of Original Federal Jurisdiction, 43 JMLC 195)

Chuc Nguyen v. American Commercial Lines, Inc., 2014 WL 3587490 at *3 (For A Fistful of Dollars: Quick Compensation and Procedural Rights in the Aftermath of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, 44 JMLC 267)

In re Asbestos Products Liability Litigation (No. IV), 2014 WL 3353044 at *3 (Punitive Damages in American Maritime Law, 28 JMLC 73)

United States v. Kaluza, 2013 WL 6490341 at *9 (The Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act's Provisions on Jurisdiction, Remedies, and Choice of Law: Correcting the Fifth Circuit's Mistakes, 38 JMLC 487)

Pitre v. Custom Fab of Louisiana, 2013 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 117813 at *11 (To Avoid Drowning in the Gaps of Workers' Compensation Coverage on the Outer Continental Shelf, 35 JMLC 35)

In re Oil Spill, 808 F. Supp. 2d at 953 n.3 (The Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act's Provisions on Jurisdiction, Remedies, and Choice of Law: Correcting the Fifth Circuit's Mistakes, 38 JMLC 487)

Raffray v. Gulf Logistics, LLC, 2010 WL 5055849 at *6 n.7 (Admiralty Jurisdiction Over One CoTortfeasor Cannot Efectuate Admiralty Jurisdiction Over Another, 37 JMLC 161)

Id. (The Admiralty Extension Act at Fifty, 29 JMLC 495)

Ostrowiecki v. Aggressor Fleet, Ltd., 2008 WL 3874609 at*9 (Scuba Diving Injuries: Causes, Remedies, and Defenses, 29 JMLC 519)

Blair v. Suard Barge Servs., 2004 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 2461 at *26 (The Lanasse Rule and the Additional Assured's Dilemma Under American-Form P& I Policies, 21 JMLC 503)

Coastal Cargo Co., Inc. v. M/V Gustav Sule, 2000 AMC at 23 (Reflections on the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act After Twenty Years, 28 JMLC 257)

In re Denet Towing Serv., 1999 WL 329698 at *3 (Punitive Damages in American Maritime Law, 28 JMLC 73)

Kelly v. Bass Enterprises Production Co., 17 F. Supp. 2d at 600 (Punitive Damages in American Maritime Law, 28 JMLC 73)

Cabahug v. Geisel Compania Maritima S.A., 1995 WL 21674 at *3 (Weapons in the War Against Maritime Fraud, 18 JMLC 411)

McKeithen v. The M/T Frosta, 435 F. Supp. at 587 (Wrongful Death and Survival Actions Under the General Maritime Law: Pre-Harrisburg Through Post-Moragne, 4 JMLC 1)

National Marine Service, Inc. v. Gulf Oil Co., 433 F. Supp. at 920 ( Negligence Actions by Longshoremen Against Shipowners Under the 1972 Amendments to the Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act, 7 JMLC 447)

Koesler v. Harvey Applicators, Inc., 416 F.Supp. at 875 (Recent Case, Louisiana Direct Action Statute Inapplicable in Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act Case, Nations v. Morris, 483 F.2d 577 (5th Cir. 1973) 5 JMLC 135)

Eastern District of New York:

In re Miller Marine Services, Inc., 2013 WL 5460937 at *6 (The Roots and False Aspersions of Shipowner's Limitation of Liability, 39 JMLC 315)

Dorothy J v. City of New York, 749 F. Supp. 2d at 54 n.2 (Whatever Happened to the Salvage Convention 1989?, 39 JMLC 463)

Id. at 70 (Whatever Happened to the Salvage Convention 1989?, 39 JMLC 463)

Murley v. Deep Explorers, Inc., 281 F. Supp. 2d at 589 (Scuba Diving Injuries: Causes, Remedies, and Defenses, 29 JMLC 519)

Larsen v. A.C. Carpenter, Inc., 620 F. Supp. at 1113 ( Marine Insurance: Proximate Cause, 10 JMLC 519)

Id. at 1109 (The Hague Rules and Incorporation of Charter Party Arbitration Clauses Into Bills of Lading, 2 JMLC 1)

In re Air Crash Disaster at Warsaw, 535 F. Supp. at 842 (Golden Limitations of Liability in International Transport Conventions and the Currency Crisis, 5 JMLC 645)

Brkaric v. Star Iron & Steel Co., 409 F. Supp. at 525 (The Longshoreman's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act -- After the 1972 Amendments, 6 JMLC 1)

Leather's Best, Inc. v. S.S. Mormaclynx, 313 F. Supp. at 1382 (Prospects and Problems of the Container Revolution, 1 JMLC 203)

Eastern District of Virginia:

Oliver v. Omega Protein, Inc., 2010 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 72238 at *6 (The Admiralty Extension Act Solution, 34 JMLC 209)

R.M.S. Titanic, Inc. v. Wrecked and Abandoned Vessel, 323 F. Supp. 2d at 732 (Admiralty Proceedings and the Proposed Hague Convention on Jurisdiction and Judgments, 32 JMLC 59)

McAllister Towing, Inc., Lim. Procs., 2000 AMC at 2167 (Dead Ships, 30 JMLC 677)

Pearson v. Black King Shipping Co., 769 F.Supp. at 945 (The Future of the COGSA Fair Opportunity Requirement: Is There Life After Carmen Tool and Chan?, 20 JMLC 559)

Jenkins v. M/V Ever Greet, 1990 AMC at 1872 (Limitation of Liability for Stevedores and Terminal Operators Under the Carrier's Bill of Lading and COGSA, 16 JMLC 337)

Eastern District of Wisconsin:

Hackensmith v. Port City S.S. Holding Co., 938 F. Supp.2d at 827 (Punitive Damages in American Maritime Law, 28 JMLC 73)

Middle District of Florida

Definitive Marine Surveys, Inc. v. Trans, 2018 WL 4283041 at *9 n.14 (Maritime Disasters Through the Ages, 32 JMLC 215)

Middle District of Louisiana

Langlois v. Kirby Inland Marine, LP, 2015 WL 5999831 at *4, (Removal into Admiralty: The Removal of State-Court Maritime Cases to Federal Court, 46 JMLC 105)

Middle District of North Carolina:

MCI Const., LLC v. Hazen and Sawyer, P.C., 2003 WL 22061226 at *4 (Evidence in Arbitration, 34 JMLC 35)

Northern District of California:

Holzhauer v. Golden Gate Bridge Highway & Transportation District, 2016 WL 7242108 at *2, (The Future of Maritime Law in the Federal Courts: A Faculty Colloquium, 31 JMLC 263)

Chiariello v. I.N.G. Groupe NV, 2006 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 48831 at *6, (Court-Awarded Attorneys' Fees in Maritime Cases: The "American Rule" in Admiralty, 27 JMLC 507)

Westar Marine Serv. v. Heerema Marine Contractors, S.A., 621 F. Supp. at 1141 (A New Cure for Salvors?--A Comparative Analysis of the LOF 1980 and the C.M.I. Draft Salvage Convention, 14 JMLC 45)

Gallardo v. Westfal-Larsen & Co., 435 F. Supp. at 490 (Recent Case, Duty Owed by Shipowner Under 1972 Amendments to Longshoremen's Act Is That of Land Based Premises Owner to Business Invitee, Ramirez v. Toko Kaiun K.K.; 385 F. Supp. 644 (N.D. Cal. 1974) 6 JMLC 643)

Id.  (The Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act -- After the 1972 Amendments, 6 JMLC 1)

Northern District of Illinois:

Siswanto v. Airbus Americas, Inc. 2016 WL 7178460 at *13, The United States Supreme Court and Treasure Salvage: Issues Remaining After Brother Jonathan, 30 JMLC 205)

Canal Barge Co. v. Commonwealth Edison Co., 2002 WL 206054 at *3 (The Federal Rules for Admiralty and Maritime Cases: A Verdict of Quiescent Years, 27 JMLC 581) 

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. v. Commercial Union Assur. Co., 2000 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 18893 at *5 (Court-Awarded Attorneys' Fees in Maritime Cases: The "American Rule" in Admiralty, 27 JMLC 507)

Zych v. Unidentified, Wrecked, & Abandoned Vessel Believed to be SB Seabird, 811 F. Supp. at 1313 (The Abandoned Shipwreck Act of 1987: Good-Bye to Salvage in the Territorial Sea, 19 JMLC 499)

Zych v. Unidentified, Wrecked & Abandoned Vessel, Believed to be SB Lady Elgin, 746 F. Supp. at 1339 (Some Legal Troubles with Treasure: Jurisdiction and Salvage, 16 JMLC 139)

Northern District of Ohio

Bartel v. A-C Prod. Liab. Trust, 461 F. Supp. 2d at 603 (When Worlds Collide: The In Rem Jury and Other Marvels of Modern Admiralty, 35 JMLC 143)

Id. at 607 n.7 (The Federal Rules for Admiralty and Maritime Cases: A Verdict of Quiescent Years, 27 JMLC 581)

Southern District of Florida:

Ash v. Royal Caribbean Cruises, Ltd., 2014 U.S. Dist. Lexis 2480612 at *4 (Admiralty Jurisdiction Over One Tortfeasor Cannot Effectuate Admiralty Jurisdiction Over Another, 37JMLC 161)

Ash v. Royal Caribbean Cruises, Ltd., 2014 U.S. Dist. Lexis 75387 at *12-*13 (Admiralty Jurisdiction Over One Tortfeasor Cannot Effectuate Admiralty Jurisdiction Over Another, 37JMLC 161)

Tow Tell Marine Services, Inc. v. M/V 28' Spencer, 2013 WL 6212192 at *2 (Whatever Happened to the Salvage Convention 1989?, 39 JMLC 463)

Cutchin v. Habitat Curacao, 1999 AMC at 1380 (Scuba Diving Injuries: Causes, Remedies, and Defenses, 29 JMLC 519)

Southern District of Georgia:

Timken Co. v. United States, 1 F. Supp. 2d at 1390 (Court Awarded Attorney's Fees in Maritime Cases: The "American Rule" in Admiralty , 27 JMLC 507)

Tampella Ltd. v. M/V Norlandia, 1988 AMC at 2737 (The Fair Opportunity Requirement Under COGSA Section 4(5): A Case Study in the Misinterpretation of the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act (Part I), 19 JMLC 1)

Ionmar Compania Naviera, S. A. v. Central of Georgia R.R., 471 F. Supp. at 948 (Packaging of Dangerous Goods, 8 JMLC 387)

In re Gypsum Carrier, 465 F.Supp. at 1063 (The Growth of the Pennsylvania Rule: A Study of Causation in Maritime Law, 7 JMLC 521)

Hanson & Orth, Inc. v. M/V Jalatarang, 450 F. Supp. at 538 (Recent Case, Unexcused Unseaworthiness Causing Fire Damage Deprives Shipowner of Exoneration Under COGSA and Fire Statute, Asbestos Corp. v. Compagnie de Navigation Fraissinet et Cyprien Fabre, 480 F.2d 669 (2d Cir. 1973), 5 JMLC 129)

Harrelson v. United States, 420 F. Supp. at 792 (Negligence Actions by Longshoremen Against Shipowners Under the 1972 Amendments to the Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act, 7 JMLC 447)

American Oil Co. v. M/T Lacon, 398 F.Supp. at 1195 (Recent Case, Collision; Half Distance Rule Inapplicable Where Totally Unrealistic to Anticipate Vessel on Intersecting Course; Supreme Court Ready to Reconsider Equal Division of Damages Rule, Union Oil Co. of Cal. v. Tugboat of San Jacinto, 41 U.S.L.W. 4048 (U.S. Dec. 5, 1972), 4 JMLC 475)

Slaughter v. S.S. Ronde, 390 F. Supp. at 640 (The Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act -- After the 1972 Amendments, 6 JMLC 1)

Southern District of Illinois:

Hauck v. ConocoPhillips Co., 2006 WL 1596826 at *8, n.7 (Original Understandings and the Private Law Origins of the Federal Admiralty Jurisdiction: A Reply to Professor Casto, 30 JMLC 361)

Southern District of Indiana:

Marshall v. Wellcraft Marine, Inc., 103 F. Supp. 2d at 1109 (Products Liability and Pleasure Boats, 29 JMLC 243)

Southern District of New York

ACR Systems Inc. v. Woori Bank, 2017 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 17904 at *17 (An Introduction to Korean Law Governing Carriage of Goods by Sea, 36 JMLC 447)

Clearlake Shipping PTE Ltd. v. O.W. Bunker (Switzerland) SA, 2017 WL 78514 at *13 (Assignment and Transfer of Maritime Liens: Is There Subrogation of the Privilege?, 15 JMLC 3)

Atlantic Container Line Ab v. Volvo Car Corp., 2014 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 139448 at *6 n.2 (Crossing the Himalayas: Exculpatory Clauses in Global Transport, 36 JMLC 155)

Thyssenkrupp Materials N.A., Inc. v. Western Bulk Carriers A/S, 2014 WL 2727117 at *6 (A Breach in Tort's Clothing: Pleading Cargo Claims to Gain Lien Priority, 27 JMLC 609)

Fireman's Fund Insurance Co. v. Great American Insurance Co., 10 F. Supp. 3d at 488 (The Duty of Utmost Good Faith in Marine Insurance Law: A Comparative Analysis of American and English Law, 29 JMLC 1)

Joyfull Int'l Trading, Ltd. v. Monkey Bus. LLC, 2011 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 113481 at *15 (The Proposed New United States Senate COGSA: The Disintegration of Uniform International Carriage of Goods by Sea Law, 30 JMLC 595)

Id. (The Prism of COGSA, 30 JMLC 543)

In re M/V Rickmers Genoa Litigation, 622 F. Supp. 2d at 69 (The Shipping Act of 1984: The Shift from Government Regulation to Shipper "Regulation", 15 JMLC 311)

Amber Int'l Navigation, Inc. v. Repinter Int'l Shipping Co., 2009 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 55779 at *28 (An Introduction to Maritime Attachment Practice Under Rule B, 20 JMLC 521)

Russul Corp. v. Zim Am. Integrated Shipping Servs. Co., 2009 AMC at 551, n.6 (The Fair Opportunity Requirement Under COGSA Section 4(5): A Case Study in the Misinterpretation of the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act, 19 JMLC 1)

Beluga Chartering GMBH v. Korea Logistics Systems Inc., 589 F. Supp.2d at 328 (An Introduction to Maritime Attachment Practice Under Rule B, 20 JMLC 521)

ST Shipping and Transport, Inc. v. Golden Fleece Maritime Inc., 2008 WL 4178189 at *3 (The Arrest of Ship Conventions 1952 and 1999: Disappointment for Maritime Claimants, 38 JMLC 75)

DSND Subsea AS v. Oceanografia, S.A. de CV, 569 F. Supp.2d at *347 (An Introduction to Maritime Attachment Practice Under Rule B, 20 JMLC 521)

Novoship (UK) Ltd. v. Ruperti, 567 F. Supp. 2d at 505 (An Introduction to Maritime Attachment Practice Under Rule B, 20 JMLC 521)

Caterpillar Inc. v. M/V Karonga, 2008 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 33428 at *11 (Package & Kilo Limitations and The Hague, Hague/Visby and Hamburg Rules & Gold, 26 JMLC 133)

Roffman v. Knickerbocker Plaza Associates, 2008 WL 919613 at *15 n.4 (The Curious Legal Career of Homer L. Collyer, 38 JMLC 571)

OGI Oceangate Transp. Co. v. RP Logistics Pvt. Ltd., 2007 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 46841 at *8 (An Introduction to Maritime Attachment Practice under Rule B, 20 JMLC 521)

Republic of Ecuador v. ChevronTexaco Corp., 499 F. Supp. 2d at 454 (The Use of Evidence in Admiralty Proceedings, 34 JMLC 97)

Dolco Invs., Ltd. v. Moonriver Dev., Ltd., 486 F. Supp. 2d at 266 (An Introduction to Maritime Attachment Practice under Rule B, 20 JMLC 521)

Dominion Bulk Int'l, S.A. v. Naviera Panoceanica, S.A.C., 2006 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 85616 at *8 (An Introduction to Maritime Attachment Practice under Rule B, 20 JMLC 521)

Vamvaship Maritime Ltd. v. Shivnath Rai Harnarain (India) Ltd., 2006 WL 1030227 at *2 (An Introduction to Maritime Attachment Practice Under Rule B, 20 JMLC 521)

Erne Shipping Inc. v. HBC Hamburg Bulk Carriers GMBH & Co. KG, 409 F. Supp. 2d at 432 (An Introduction to Maritime Attachment Practice Under Rule B, 20 JMLC 521)

HBC Hamburg Bulk Carriers GMBH & Co. KG v. Proteinas y Oleicos, S.A. de C.V., 2005 WL 1036127 at *2 (An Introduction to Maritime Attachment Practice Under Rule B, 20 JMLC 521)

Dapuzzo v. Globalvest Management Co., L.P., 263 F. Supp.2d at 725 (Implementation of the UN Convention on Foreign Arbitral Awards in the U.S., 2 JMLC 735)

Delphi-Delco Elecs. Sys. v. M/V Nedlloyd Europa, 324 F. Supp. 2d at 413 and 424 (The Fair Opportunity Requirement Under COGSA Section 4(5): A Case Study in the Misinterpretation of the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act (Part 1), 19 JMLC 1)

Lurie v. Norwegian Cruise Lines, Ltd, 305 F. Supp.2d at 357 (Forgotten Equity: The Enforcement of Forum Clauses, 30 JMLC 405)

Noble Shipping, Inc. v. Euro-Maritime Chartering, Ltd., 2003 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 23008 at *6 (Introduction to Maritime Attachment Practice Under Rule B, 20 JMLC 521)

Sphere Drake Ins. PLC v. J. Shree Corp., 2002 WL 484850 at *13 (The Duty of Utmost Good Faith in Marine Insurance Law: A Comparative Analysis of American & English Law,  29 JMLC 1)

Thyssen, Inc. v. M/V Markos N, 2001 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 11560 at *12 (Personification of the Vessel: Fact or Fiction? 21 JMLC 319)

In re: Horizon Cruises Litigation, 101 F. Supp. 2d at 210 (Punitive Damages in American Maritime Law, 28 JMLC 73)

Great American Ins. Co. v. M/V Handy Laker, 1999 WL 1206718 at *3 (Package & Kilo Limitations and The Hague, Hague/Visby and Hamburg Rules & Gold, 26 JMLC 133)

St. Paul Fire & Marine Ins. Co. v. Thypin Steel Co., 1999 AMC at 2763 (The Fair Opportunity Requirement Under COGSA Section 4(5): A Case Study in the Misinterpretation of the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act (Part II), 19 JMLC 157)

Friedman v. Cunard Line Ltd., 996 F. Supp. at 311 (Babel Afloat: Some Reflections on Uniformity in Maritime Law, 28 JMLC 189)

Commercial Union Ins. Co. v. Flagship Marine Servs., 982 F. Supp. at 313 (Babel Afloat: Some Reflections on Uniformity in Maritime Law, 28 JMLC 189)

O'Hara v. Celebrity Cruises, 979 F. Supp. at 256 (Babel Afloat: Some Reflections on Uniformity in Maritime Law, 28 JMLC 189)

Nippon Fire & Marine Ins. Co. v. M/V Tourcoing, 979 F. Supp. at 210 (Package & Kilo Limitations and The Hague, Hague/Visby and Hamburg Rules & Gold, 26 JMLC 133)

Advani Enters. v. Underwriters at Lloyds, 962 F. Supp. at 419 (Babel Afloat: Some Reflections on Uniformity in Maritime Law, 28 JMLC 189)

J.C.B. Sales v. M.V. Seijin, 921 F. Supp. at 1173 (Acceptance of Higher Visby Liability Limits by U.S. Courts, 23 JMLC 55)

Schelmety v. Inserra Supermarkets, Inc., 1994 WL 141985 at *2 (Case Note, Arbitration-Vouching-In-Third-Party Claims: SCAC Transport (USA) Inc. v. S.S. Danaos, 845 F.2d 1157 (2d Cir. 1988), 19 JMLC 605)

Marock Int'l, Inc. v. Brinkmann Corp., 1993 WL 349684 at *7 (Case Note, Arbitration-Vouching-In-Third-Party Claims: SCAC Transport (USA) Inc. v. S.S. Danaos, 845 F.2d 1157 (2d Cir. 1988), 19 JMLC 605)

Chase Manhattan Bank, N.A. v. Celotex Corp., 830 F. Supp. at 791 (Case Note, Arbitration-Vouching-In-Third-Party Claims: SCAC Transport (USA)Inc. v. S.S. Danaos, 845 F.2d 1157 (2d Cir. 1988), 19 JMLC 605)

Omar Int'l v. Alaf General Org., 817 F. Supp. at 399 (Case Note, Arbitration-Vouching-In-Third-Party Claims: SCAC Transport (USA) Inc. v. S.S. Danaos, 845 F.2d 1157 (2d Cir. 1988), 19 JMLC 605)

ITEL Containers Int'l Corp. v. Atlanttrafik Express Serv., Ltd., 781 F. Supp. at 984 (Ocean Container Leasing and Maritime Liens: An Example of Flexibility in U.S. General Maritime Law, 18 JMLC 1)

Id. (The Law of Shipping Containers, 5 JMLC 507)

In re Tecomar S.A., 765 F. Supp. at 1184 (Conventions and Morals -- Limitation Clauses in International Maritime Conventions, 1 JMLC 525)

Associated Metals & Minerals Corp. v. M/V Arktis Sky, 1991 AMC at 1502 (The Hague Rules and Incorporation of Charter Party Arbitration Clauses Into Bills of Lading, 2 JMLC 1)

Exxon Corp. v. Central Gulf Lines, 717 F. Supp. at 1036 (Recent Case, Admiralty Jurisdiction Extends to Agent Who Actually Performs Essential Services for Vessel, Hinkins S.S. Agency v. Freighters, Inc., N.D. Cal. No. C-71 2405 ACW (Nov. 30, 1972), 4 JMLC 480)

D.W.E. Corp. v. T.F.L. Freedom, 704 F. Supp. at 382 (Conventions and Morals -- Limitation Clauses in International Maritime Conventions, 1 JMLC 525)

Itel Containers Int'l Corp. v. Atlanttrafik Express Serv., Ltd., 668 F. Supp. at 227 (The Law of Shipping Containers, 5 JMLC 507)

Builders Federal (Hong Kong), Ltd. v. Turner Constr., 655 F. Supp. at 1405 (Implementation of the United Nations Convention on Foreign Arbitral Awards in the United States, 2 JMLC 735)

General Electric Co. v. M.V. Nedlloyd Rouen, 618 F. upp. at 64 (Conventions and Morals -- Limitation Clauses in International Maritime Conventions , 1 JMLC 525)

Bahrain Ins. Co. v. M/V Trein Maersk, 1984 AMC at 360 (Packaging Trends and Implications in the Container Revolution, 12 JMLC 427)

Watermill Export v. MV Ponce, 506 F. Supp. at 616 (The Law of Shipping Containers, 5 JMLC 507)

United States v. Egan, 501 F.S upp. at 1258 (Criminal Jurisdiction Over Merchant Vessels Engaged in International Trade, 11 JMLC 219)

Smythgreyhound v. M/V Eurygenes, 1980 AMC at 2283 (Business and Market Developments, 10 JMLC 311)

Id. at 2280 (Container Law: A Recent Reappraisal, 8 JMLC 489)

Espinoza v. United States Lines, Inc., 444 F. Supp. at 408 (Recent Case, Duty Owed by Shipowner Under 1972 Amendments to Longshoremen's Act Is That of Land Based Premises Owner to Business Invitee, Ramirez v. Toko Kaiun K.K., 385 F.Supp. 644 (N.D. Cal. 1974), 6 JMLC 643)

Andros Compania Maritima v. Andre, 430 F. Supp. at 92 (Implementation of the United Nations Convention on Foreign Arbitral Awards in the United States, 2 JMLC 735)

Southern District of Ohio:

Western Bulk Carriers, Pty. v. P.S. Int'l, 762 F. Supp. at 1306 ( An Introduction to Maritime Attachment Practice Under Rule B , 20 JMLC 521)

Southern District of Texas:

Graham v. PCL Civil Constructors, Inc., 2013 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 179688 at *29 (The Lisbon Rules 1987, 18 JMLC 577)

Barker v. Hercules Offshore, Inc., 2011 WL 338812 at *2 (The Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act's Provisions on Jurisdiction, Remedies and Choice of Law: Correcting the Fifth Circuit's Mistakes, 38 JMLC 487)

Luera v. M/V Alta, 2009 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 132941 at *5 n. 3 (When Worlds Collide: The In Rem Jury and Other Marvels of Modern Admiralty, 3 JMLC 143)

Perforaciones Maritimas Mexicanas S.A. de C.V. v. Seacor Holdings, Inc., 2008 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 112595 at *7 (Limitation of Liability, 31 JMLV 263)

BreakBulk Transportation, Inc. v. M/V Renata, 2008 U.S. District LEXIS 34243 at *12 (The Proposed New United States Senate COGSA: The Disintegration of Uniform International Carriage of Goods by Sea Law, 30 JMLC 595)

United States v. Ex-USS Cabot/Dedalo, 179 F. Supp. 2d at 704, note 10 ( Dead Ships, 30 JMLC 677)

Houston Cas. Co. v. Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's London, 51 F. Supp. 2d at 803 (The Duty of Utmost Good Faith in Marine Insurance Law: A Comparative Analysis of American and English Law, 29 JMLC 1)

AGIP Petroleum Co. v. Gulf Island Fabrication, 17 F. Supp. 2d at 661 (Recovery of Economic Damages for Delayed Offshore Production, 28 JMLC 323)

Trans Chem. Ltd. v. China Nat'l Mach. Import & Export Corp., 978 F. Supp. at 297 (Arbitration, 15 JMLC 134)

Propak Sys., Ltd. v. M/V Cecilia I, 1996 AMC at 2782 (The Future of COGSA Fair Opportunity Requirement: Is There Life After Carman Tool and Chan, 20 JMLC 559)

Id. (The Fair Opportunity Requirement Under COGSA Section 4(5): A Case Study in the Misinterpretation of the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act (Part II), 19 JMLC 157)

Id. (The Fair Opportunity Requirement Under COGSA Section 4(5): A Case Study in the Misinterpretation of the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act (Part I), 19 JMLC 1)

Villar v. Crowley Maritime Corp., 780 F. Supp. at 1483 (Forum Non Conveniens and Choice of Law in Admiralty: Time for an Overhaul, 18 JMLC 185)

Angad v. M/V Fareast Trader, 1989 AMC at 2728 (The Reagan Administration and United States Maritime Policy, 19 JMLC 323)

Wesco Int'l, Inc. v. M/V Tide Crown, 1985 AMC at 200 (Tanker Problems in Arbitration: The 0.5% Allowance, 14 JMLC 225)

Boehringer Mannheim Diagnostics, Inc. v. Pan Am. World Airways,Inc., 531 F. Supp. at 350 (The Value of the Gold Franc--A Different Point of View, 6 JMLC 73)

Id. (Golden Limitations of Liability in International Transport Conventions and the Currency Crisis, 5 JMLC 645)

Croft & Scully Co. v. M/V Skulptor Vuchetich, 508 F. Supp. at 681 (More on the Law of Shipping Containers, 6 JMLC 603)

Id. at 677 (The Law of Shipping Containers, 5 JMLC 507)

Id. at 674 (The Container and the Package Limitation -- The Search for Predictability, 5 JMLC 251)

Western District of Louisiana:

Leger v. Offshore Staffing Services of Arcadiana, 2013 WL 6075640 at *3 (To Avoid Drowning in the Gaps of Workers' Compensation Coverage on the Outer Continental Shelf, 35 JMLC 35)

Pitre v. Custom Fab of Louisiana, 2013 WL 4499029 at *3 (To Avoid Drowning in the Gaps of Workers' Compensation Coverage on the Outer Continental Shelf, 35 JMLC 35)

Apache Corp. v. Global Santafe Drilling Co., 832 F. Supp. 2d at 698 n27 (The Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act's Provisions on Jurisdiction, Remedies, and Choice of Law: Correcting the Fifth Circuit's Mistakes, 38 JMLC 487)

Enron Equipment Procurement Co. v. the M/V Titan 2, 82 F. Supp. 2d at 607 (Reflections on the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act After Twenty Years, 28 JMLC 257)

Wilder v. Placid Oil Co., 611 F. Supp. at 847 (Limitation of Liability for Pleasure Craft, 14 JMLC 417)

Western District of Washington:

Coronel v. AK Victory, 2014 WL 820270 at *11 (Maritime Removal: An Unlikely Heuristic for Anchoring Three Non-Textual Principles of Original Federal Jurisdiction, 43 JMLC 195)

In re Bell, 2014 WL 129642 at *1 (The Future of Maritime Law in the Federal Courts: A Faculty Colloquium, 31 JMLC 263)

Id. at *2 (The Limitation of Liability Act: Time to Abandon Ship?, 32 JMLC 317)

Insurance Co. of North America v. San Juan Excursions, Inc., 2006 WL 2635635 at *5 n.5 (The Life and Times of Wilburn Boat: A Critical Guide (Part II), 28 JMLC 555)

Naca Logistics (USA) Inc. v. Cosco Container Lines Co., Ltd., 2005 WL 2172277 at *4 (The Future of Maritime Law in the Federal Courts: A Faculty Colloquium, 31 JMLC 244)

Cornelio v. Premier Pac. Seafoods, Inc., 279 F. Supp. 2d at 1229 (Supplemental, Pendent and Ancillary Jurisdiction in Admiralty and Maritime Cases: The ALI Federal Judicial Code Revision Project and Admiralty Practice, 32 JMLC 567)

Davis v. Inca Compania Naviera, S.A., 440 F. Supp. at 451 (Negligence Actions by Longshoremen Against Shipowners Under the 1972 Amendments to the Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act, 7 JMLC 447)

Id. (Recent Case, Duty Owed by Shipowner Under 1972 Amendments to Longshoreman's Act Is That of Land Based Premises Owner to Business Invitee, Ramirez v. Toko Kaiun K.K., 385 F.Supp. 644 (N.D. Cal. 1974), 6 JMLC 643)

Matsushita Electric Corp. v. S.S. Aegis Spirit, 414 F. Supp. at 902 ( More on the Law of Shipping Containers, 6 JMLC 603)

Id. at 901 (The Law of Shipping Containers, 5 JMLC 507)

Nickert v. Puget Sound Tug & Barge Co., 335 F. Supp. at 1160 (Division of Damages in Admiralty -- A Rising Tide of Confusion, 2 JMLC 323)

State Courts

Alabama:

Jones v. Merrill Lynch, Inc., 604 So. 2d at 336 (The Federal Arbitration Act: The Expanding Impact of State Law Upon Rigorous Enforcement, 20 JMLC 327)

Alaska:

West v. City of St. Paul, 936 P.2d at 138 (The Mutual Rights and Obligations of Wharfingers and Shipowners, 19 JMLC 565)

California:

Garofalo v. Princess Cruises, Inc., 102 Cal. Rptr. 2d at 768 (Displacement of State Law by Federal Maritime Law, 26 JMLC 325)

Singer Co. v. County of Kings, 121 Cal. Rptr. at 403 n.1 (The Law of Shipping Containers, 5 JMLC 507)

Sea-Land Service, Inc. v. County of Alameda, 117 Cal. Rptr. at 450 n.1 (The Law of Shipping Containers, 5 JMLC 507)

Florida:

Leslie v. Carnival Corp., 22 So. 3d 570 n at *2 (Trial by Jury in a Court of Admiralty: A Constitutional Right buried under Historical Ignorance, 13 J MLC 149)

Id. at 576 n.13 (Seamen's Personal Injury Claims-Suits in Admiralty-Jury Trial:A Demand for a Jury Trial Was Upheld in an Admiralty Action in Personam and in Rem, in Which a Claim under the Jones Act was Joined With Claims for Unseaworthiness and Maintenance and Cure - Zrncevich v. Blue Hawaii Enterprises Inc., 22 JMLC 607)

Id. (Juries Should Not be Trusted to Decide Admiralty Cases, 34 JMLC 163)

Backus v. State, 864 So. 2d at at 1160 (Territorial Waters: Florida's Eastern Coastal Boundary is the Greater of the Edge of the Gulf Stream or Three Geographic Miles, 34 JMLC 351)

Florida Marine Towing v. United Nat'l Ins. Co., 686 So. 2d at 715 (Barratry by Exceeding the Warranted Navigational Limit of the Insurance Policy, 24 JMLC 357)

Ali v. Moonglow Trawler Co., 1989 AMC at 1910 (Forum Non Conveniens: Its Application in Admiralty Law, 15 JMLC 517)

Illinois:

Bowman v. American River Transport Co., 838 N.E.2d at 953 (The Right to a Jury Trial in Jones Act Cases: Choosing the Forum Versus Choosing the Procedure, 30 JMLC 649)

Louisiana:

Lemelle v. St. Charles Gaming Co., Inc., 118 So.3d at 8 (How the Supreme Court's New Definition of "Vessel" is Affecting Seaman Status, Admiralty Jurisdiction, and Other Areas of Maritime Law, 39 JMLC 115)

Navarre v. Kostmayer Constr. Co., 52 So. 3d at 929 (The Supreme Court's Approach to Determining Seaman Status: Discerning the Law Amid Loose Language and Catchphrases, 34 JMLC 547)

Kuebel v. Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, 14 So. 3d at 24 (Jones Act Claims Against the States After Alden v. Maine: The Surprisingly Strong Case for a Compulsory State Court Forum, 36 JMLC 1)

Boucvalt v. Sea-Trac Offshore Services, Inc., 943 So. 2d at 1207 (Punitive Damages in American Maritime Law, 28 JMLC 73)

Poe v. PPG Industries, 782 So.2d at 1173 (Punitive Damages in American Maritime Law, 28 JMLC 73)

Vendetto v. Sonat Offshore Drilling Co., 725 So. 2d at 478 (Allocation of Risk and Standard of Care Under the Jones Act: "Slight Negligence," "Slight Care"?, 25 JMLC 1)

Miller v. American Dredging Co., 595 So. 2d at 618 (Forum Non Conveniens and Choice of Law in Admiralty: Time for an Overhaul, 18 JMLC 185)

Logan v. Louisiana Dock Co., 541 So. 2d at 185 (The Exclusivity of Federal Longshoreman's Compensation after the LHWCA Amendments of 1972, 10 JMLC 395)

Maryland

Dize v. Association of Maryland Pilots, 77 A.3d at 1017 n.3 (The Supreme Court's Approach to Determining Seaman Status: Discerining the Law Amid Loose Language and Catchphrases, 34 JMLC 121)

Minnesota:

Jarvis & Sons, Inc. v. International Marine Underwriters, 768 N.W.2d at 372 n.3 (The Duty of Utmost Good Faith in Marine Insurance Law: A Comparative Analysis of American and English Law, 29 JMLC 1)

Dailey v. Sports World South, Inc., 2003 Minn. App. LEXIS 1223 at *17 (Scuba Diving Injuries: Causes, Remedies and Defenses, 29 JMLC 519)

New Jersey:

Clark v. New Jersey Div. of Motor Vehicles, 512 A. 2d at 590 (The Law of Shipping Containers, 5 JMLC 507)

Maher Terminals, Inc. v. Director, Div. of Taxation, 6 N.J. Tax at 528 (Business and Market Developments, 10 JMLC 311)

Lansco, Inc. v. Department of Envt'l. Protection, 350 A. 2d at 525 (No Fault Liability for Oil Pollution Damage, 5 JMLC 1)

New York:

Frazer v. City of New York, 612 N.Y.S.2d at 808 (Punitive Damages in Admiralty, 19 JMLC 65)

Oklahoma:

Gomes v. Hameed, 184 P.3d at 492 (Restating the Law of Marine Insurance: A Workable Solution to the Wilburn Boat Problem, 29 JMLC 41)

Oregon:

Ore-Ida Foods, Inc. v. Indian Head Cattle Co., 627 P.2d at 476 ( The Longshoreman's and Harbor Worker's Compensation Act -- After the 1972 Amendments, 6 JMLC 1)

Shepler v. Weyerhaeuser Co., 569 P.2d at 1052 (Negligence Actions by Longshoremen Against Shipowners Under the 1972 Amendments to the Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act, 7 JMLC 447)

Rhode Island

King v. Huntress, Inc., 94 A.3d at 501 (Prejudgment Interest in Seaman's Personal Injury Cases: Supreme Court Precedent Lost in a Sea of Procedural Confusion, 33 JMLC 423)

Texas:

Helix Energy Solutions Group, Inc. v. Gold, 2017 WL 2608346 at *4 n.2 (How the Supreme Court's New Definition of "Vessel" Is Affecting Seaman Status, Admiralty Jurisdiction, and Other Areas of Maritime Law, 39 JMLC 115)

Gold v. Helix Energy Solutions Group, Inc., 482 S.W.3d at 643 n.1 (How the Supreme Court's New Definition of "Vessel" Is Affecting Seaman Status, Admiralty Jurisdiction, and Other Areas of Maritime Law, 39 JMLC 115)

Phillips v. Carlton Energy Group, LLC, 475 S.W.3d at 283 n.54 (Displacement of State Law by Federal Maritime Law, 26 JMLC 325)

In re Global Sante Fe Corp., 275 S.W.3d at 485 (Displacement of State Law by Federal Maritime Law, 26 JMLC 325)

Hall v. State, 264 S.W.3d at *349 n.1 (Maritime Disasters Through the Ages, 32 JMLC 215)

Exxon Corp. v. Choo, 881 S.W.2d at 305 (Forum Non Conveniens and Choice of Law in Admiralty: Time for an Overhaul, 18 JMLC 185)

Washington:

Endicott v. Icicle Seafoods, Inc., 167 Wash.2d at 882, (The Right to a Jury Trial in Jones Act Cases: Choosing the Forum Versus Choosing the Procedure, 30 JMLC 649)

Paul v. All Alaskan Seafoods, Inc., 25 P.3d at 1045  n. 26 (Punitive Damages in Admiralty Law, 28 JMLC 73)

Id. at 1049 n. 69 (Court-Awarded Attorneys' Fees in Maritime Cases: The "American Rule" in Admiralty, 27 JMLC 507)

Stanton v. Bayliner Marine Corp., 866 P.2d at 22 (Recovery for Economic Loss Under U.S. Maritime Law: Sixty Years Under Robins Dry Dock , 18 JMLC 157

Foreign Courts

Australia:

CSL Australia Pty Ltd v. Formosa, 235 FLR at 287 (NSWCA) (Admiralty Judges: Flotsam on the Sea of Maritime Law, 24 JMLC 249)

Great China Metal Indus. Co. v. Malaysian Int'l Shipping Corp. (The "Bunga Seroja"), [1999] Lloyd's Rep. at 535, 1999 AMC at 431 (HC) (The History of COGSA and the Hague Rules, 22 JMLC 1)

Qenos Pty Ltd v. Ship APL Sydney, 187 FCR at 292 (Damages and Economic Loss in Marine Collision: Opening the Floodgates, 22 JMLC 539)

Barde AS v. ABB Power Systems, 69 FCR at 291 (Limitation of Liability: The Law Gave and the Lords Have Taken Away, 18 JMLC 473)

Victrawl v. Telstra Corporation Ltd, 183 CLR at 618 (HC) (Limitation of Liability: The Law Gave and the Lords Have Taken Away, 18 JMLC 473)

Victrawl Pty Ltd v. AOTC Ltd, 45 FCR at 304-305 (Limitation of Liability: The Law Gave and the Lords Have Taken Away, 18 JMLC 473)

Carrington Slipways Pty Ltd v. Pacific Austl. Pty Ltd., 1989 NSW Lexis 12123 at *22 (Troubled Waters: The Liability of a Freight Forwarder as a Principal Under Anglo-Canadian Law, 17 JMLC 243)

PUKS. Chellaram & Co. v. China Ocean Shipping Co., [1989] 1 Lloyd's Rep. at 427 (SCNSW) (The Law of Shipping Containers, 5 JMLC 507)

Id. (The Container and the Package Limitation -- The Search for Predictability, 5 JMLC 251)

S.S. Pharm. Co. v. Qantas Airways Ltd, [1989] 1 Lloyd's Rep. at 330 (SCNSW) (Conduct Barring Limitation, 18 JMLC. 482).

Id. at 328 (The Value of the Gold Franc--A Different Point of View, 6 JMLC 73)

Queensland Elec. Generating Bd. v. New Hope Colliers Pty Ltd, [1988] 1 Lloyd's Rep. at 209 (Waybills: The Modern Contract of Carriage of Goods by Sea, 15 JMLC 41)

Ace Imports Pty Ltd v. Companhia de Navegacao Lloyd Brasileiro (The Esmeralda 1), [1988] Lloyd’s Rep. at 209 (SCNSW) (Waybills: The Modern Contract of Carriage of Goods by Sea, 15 JMLC 41)

Id. (The Container Bill of Lading as a Receipt, 10 JMLC 39)

Nissho Iwai Ltd v. Malaysian Int'l Shipping Corp., 1987 NSW Lexis 7323 at *15 (Limitation of Liability for Stevedores and Terminal Operators Under the Carrier's Bill of Lading and COGSA, 16 JMLC 337)

Brown Boveri (Australia) Pty Ltd v. Baltic Shipping Co., 1986 NSW Lexis 6914 at *14 (An Update on the Per Package Limitation and National Intentions Regarding Future Carriage of Goods by Sea Legislation, 14 JMLC 331)

Fay v. Oceanic Sun Line Special Shipping Co.,1986 NSW Lexis 6820 at *32 (English Shipping Law Cases -- 1973, 6 JMLC 331)

Canada:

Ontario v. Mar-Dive Corp., 1996 O.T.C. LEXIS 4103 (Treasure Salvage Beyond the Territorial Sea: An Assessment and Recommendations,  20 JMLC 1)

Id. (The Abandoned Shipwreck Act of 1987: Goodbye to Salvage in the Territorial Sea, 19 JMLC 499)

Norsk Pac. S.S. Co. v. Canadian Nat'l Ry. Co., 1992 AMC at 1916 (Damages and Economic Loss in Marine Collision: Controlling the Floodgates, 22 JMLC 539)

Shibamoto & Co. v. Western Fish Producers Inc., 63 DLR4th at 557 (Admiralty Jurisdiction in Canada: Is There a Need for Reform?, 16 JMLC 467)

England:

In re River Gurara, [1996] 2 Lloyd's Rep. at 60 (Adm. Ct.) (Conventions and Morals -- Limitation Clauses in International Maritime Conventions, 1 JMLC 525)

Transworld Oil (USA) Inc. v. Minos Compania Naviera S.A Leni, [1992] 2 Lloyd's Rep. at 53 (The History of COGSA and the Hague Rules, 22 JMLC 1)

Hong Kong:

Kulemesin v. HKSAR, 16 HKCFAR at 255-256 (Taking Narrow Channel Collision Prevention Seriously to More Effectively Manage Marine Transportation System Risk, 41 JMLC 1)

Malaysia:

Pacific Centre v. United Engineers, [1984] 2 M.L.J. at 144 ("Mareva" Injunctions: A Lesson in Judicial Acrobatics, 12 JMLC 349)

Arbitration Awards

Phillips 66 Co. v. Marine Specialty Co., SMA Award 3026 at 359 (The Measure of Liability for Cargo Damage Under Charter Parties; A Second Look, 21 JMLC 397)

In re M/V Cephus, 1990 AMC at 1077 (Admissibility of Government Agency Reports in Maritime Cases, 21 JMLC 111)