Day 3 Conference
Day 3 Conference
The Jones Act and U.S. Flag are complex, capital intensive markets that must balance national security with commercial success. In this session, which will also serve as a primer on investment opportunities: such as how we meet national maritime security needs, develop clean offshore wind energy, educate future manpower, de-congest our coastal roads, modernize and invest in our Ports and Terminals, build our USCG ice breakers, support our yards and suppliers, balance political interests, compete in international commerce, find finance for all this...
The American Club Speaker TBC
Other speakers TBD
Wealth creation requires capital. Whether it is investment in new technology, raising capital to fulfill equipment, borrowing to retrofit or financing next generation LNG powered newbuildings, capital formation is essential to the asset intensive shipping industry. How are the best in class thriving?
An accident, a grounding, a collision, oil in the water, fire, people missing, News helicopters overhead - this is the stuff of nightmares.
Fortunately the industry has spent much of the past 30 years in the United States working hard to professionalize the next steps.
The collaborative efforts by different expert resources can demonstrate the truth of the fact that you measured less by the incident and more by how you respond. The session features a series of presentations based upon a drill scenario and captures the best current thinking in the business on salvage, response management and media. The challenges, evolving tests and best practices.
A don’t miss session for owners, operators and charterers of vessels, with more than 60,000 vessels plying the oceans of the world 24/7, the technical management of vessels is essential to safety, environmental protection and profitability. In this session, world leading ship managers share key benchmarking intelligence on crew competence, availability and cost, trends in safety, fuel management, regulatory compliance, operating costs and owner liability.
V Group Speaker TBD
IRI / The Marshall Islands Registry
An $11 trillion industry has attracted some of the tech industry’s best and brightest. It is easy to understand why, save a billion here and a billion there and soon you are talking real numbers! But where has talking tech hit the deck plate? Are incremental process changes delivering the return expected both economically and environmentally? Come see the future. Strategies and lessons learned from the tech, finance, vessel operations, environmental and commercial leaders.
Documentation, transaction structures and risk mitigation in an era of critical economic and environmental sensitivity and challenge: Bank documentation – environmental clauses? BIMCO’s IMO 2020 clause, Experiences? Blockchain holes? Bunker quality.
Speakers to include:
- Chalos & Co. P.C.
- Seward & Kissel
- Holland & Knight
- Other Law Firms TBD
The Maritime Law Association of the United States (“MLA”), an accredited provider of New York continuing legal education (“CLE”), will issue New York CLE certificates to attorneys who attend the program. As the program is appropriate for both newly admitted and experience attorneys, the MLA will issue both transitional and non-transitional CLE credit. Attorneys admitted in jurisdictions other than New York should consult with the appropriate local CLE authorities to determine their entitlement to CLE credits based on the MLA New York CLE certificate. The number of credits that can be earned for attendance at the entire session is TBD New York CLE credits in Areas of Professional Practice.
CLE financial aid assistance is available for MLA members and attorneys admitted in New York who wish to attend CLE courses sponsored by the Maritime Law Association of the United States, but who find it difficult to attend due to cost considerations. Details regarding the Maritime Law Association’s financial aid policy and the application process can be obtained by contacting Brian Eisenhower by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Industry leaders discuss the industry and where it may be mid-21st century
Topic Areas will include:
- Digitalization and New Tech Networks
- Securing Capital for a Safe Future
- Regulatory Normalcy, What is this?
- Our People
- Logistics: A Revolution or Evolution