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Articles from Loyola Maritime Law Journal (September 22, 2010)

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Availability of a sliding scale for seaman status: how and why pragmatism has survived. Reid, Devin C. 13860
Going overboard: the Ninth Circuit forces seamen to walk the plank of arbitration in Rogers v. Royal Caribbean Cruise Line. Cantrell, Tommy 4095
Punitive damages for maritime work related injuries. Moore, Joseph R. 11427
The legal battle over rule B attachments of electronic funds transfers during the global recession of 2008-2010. Winston, Sam 15507
The Oil Pollution Act of 1990: an oil slick over Robins Dry Dock. Broussard, Sye J. 15666
When good courts go wrong: a critique of the Supreme Court's domestic maritime boundary jurisprudence. Westerman, Gayl S. 12742
When good courts go wrong: a critique of the Supreme Court's domestic maritime boundary jurisprudence. Westerman, Gayl S. 13182

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