Presentations from Biennial Marine Seminar on May 6 - 7, 2010
Palace Hotel, San Francisco, CA
Opening Remarks by James Craig, President of AIMU
State of the Market by Dennis Marvin, Chairman, American Institute of Marine Underwriters
Overview of Changes to Environmental Regulations by Capt. Edward Wilmot, Vice-President, Great American Insurance Group
Removal Of The Polluting Vessel by: Lars Perkins, Vice President Environmental Pollution Group
Spill Oil, Kill Birds, Go to Jail: The New Paradigm for Mariners, by Jeffrey L. Bornstein Attorney, K&L Gates LLP
Clean Marina Program by Tim Leathers, Regional Vice President Almar Management
California Doctrine of Primary Assumption of Risk and Its Application in Recreational Marine Cases by Marker E. Lovell, Partner, Gibson, Robb & Lindh
Impact of Global Warming on Insurance Lawyers and Their Clients by William Stewart, Member Global Insurance Group, Co-Chair of Climate change & Renewable Energy Practice, Cozen O'Connor
Sustainability and Building Green at the California Academy of Science by Aaron Pope, Manager of Sustainability Programs, California Academy of Sciences.
Piracy – An Ancient Risk with Modern Faces by Sven Gerhard LLD, Global Product Leader Hull and Marine Liabilities, Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty AG
Audacity, Déjà vu and Return to a U.S. Maritime Tradition by Michael McDaniel Countryman &
Prosecuting a Twenty First Century Pirate, 101 by Geoffrey Gill, Countryman & McDaniel
Piracy from the P&I Perspective by Christopher Adams Directory of European Syndicate & Loss Preventing, Steamship Mutual Insurance Co.
Global Reinsurance Requirements by John Barnwell, Global Ocean Cargo Product Leader, Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty.