Seminar Number

8255

 

Early
Registration Fee:

$300 SEALI Member

$400
Non-Member

On-Site
Registration Fee:

$320 SEALI Member

$420
Non-Member

Annual Seminar
SOUTHEASTERN ADMIRALTY LAW INSTITUTE

JUNE 28-29, 2013

Savannah Marriott Riverfront
100 General McIntosh Blvd.
Savannah, GA  (912) 233-7722

CLE Hours:
All the SEALI states now have some form of mandatory CLE requirements. In Georgia, this program qualifies for 10 CLE Hours (based on a 60-minute hour), 1 hour of Ethics credit, 1 hour of Professionalism credit and 3 hours of Trial credit.
Application will be made to all SEALI states for appropriate credit. This program also qualifies for 4.5 Maritime Law Association credit points toward membership as Proctor in Admiralty. ICLE does not guarantee CLE credits in all
states.

Housing:
ICLE has reserved a block of rooms for our attendees at the Savannah Marriott Riverfront. The cut-off date is May 27, 2013. Please call the Savannah Marriott Riverfront for reservations at 912-233-7722 or 800-285-0398. Please refer to the SEALI room block.

THURSDAY  •  JUNE 27, 2013
6:00

early registration (Ends at 7:30)

6:30

reception (Ends at 7:30)

FRIDAY  •  JUNE 28, 2013

Presiding:
Allen E. Graham, Chairman, SEALI; Phelps Dunbar, LLP, Mobile, AL

7:30
reGISTRATION
8:00

professionalism: improving the image of the Legal profession
Bruce Turkel, CEO, Turkel Brands, Miami, FL
Andrew L. Waks, Waks & Barnett, P.A., Miami, FL

9:00
recent maritime law developments in the 5th, 9th and 10th circuits
Meredith W. Blanque, Phelps Dunbar, LLP, New Orleans, LA
9:55
break
10:10
PRACTICAL EFFECTS OF LOZMAN
Moderator:
Lindsey C. Brock, III, Rumrell , Bate, McLeod & Brock, P.A., Jacksonville, FL

Panelists:
James D. Jones, Senior Claims Examiner, Markel Corporation, Glen Allen, VA
Kurt C. Odell, Staff Attorney, Moran Towing Corporation, New Canaan, CT
Robin Minturn, Corporate Counsel, Caterpillar Financial Services, Nashville, TN
Michael W. McLeod, Chair, Florida Bar Admiralty Law Committee; Rumrell , Bate, McLeod & Brock, P.A., Ft. Lauderdale, FL
11:05
risk management for medicare compliance: steps you can implement today
Marlene Wilson, Director of MMSEA Compliance, Garretson Resolution Group, Charlotte, NC
12:00
Luncheon (Included in registration fee)
Pirates are on board! Now what?
Speaker: James C. Arnold, Of Counsel, Bell, Ryniker & Letourneau, Houston, TX

Presiding:
Julius H. Hines, Secretary, SEALI; Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, PLLC, Charleston, SC

1:15 Non-Employee Maritime Personal Injury Primer
John P. Kavanagh, Jr., Burr & Forman, LLP, Mobile, AL
2:10

Developments in Vessel Regulation: Requirements, Cost and Consequences
Gary E. English, Marine Forensic & Investigation Group, Summerville, SC

3:05

Break

3:20
arbitration of a maritime personal injury case
Israel Reyes, The Reyes Law Firm, P.A., Coral Gables, FL
4:15
recent maritime law developments in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th circuits and the u.s. supreme court
Edward J. “Trip” Coyne, III, Williams Mullen, Wilmington, NC
5:10
general meeting
5:30
recess
6:30
reception (ENDS AT 7:30)
SATURDAY  •  JUNE 29, 2013

Presiding:
Andrew L. Waks, Vice-Chairman, SEALI; Waks & Barnett, P.A., Miami, FL

9:00

ETHICS IN MEDIATIONS and SETTLEMENT
Rodney A. Max, Upchurch Watson White & Max Mediation Group, Miami, FL

10:00
BREAK
10:10
MARINE INSURANCE
Marcus R. Tucker, Royston Rayzor, Houston, TX
11:05
recent maritime law developments in the 6th, 7th, 8th and 11th circuits
Theresa M. Bennett, Law Offices of Theresa M. Bennett, Fort Lauderdale, FL
12:00
ADJOURN