Katie Matison is Chair of the London Practice Group. She concentrates her practice upon all aspects of marine complex litigation and transactions, and non-marine complex litigation, including: insurance coverage, reinsurance, pollution, environmental coverage disputes, regulatory shipping, cargo losses, collisions, personal injury, limitation of liability, marine insurance coverage, reinsurance, enforcement of maritime liens, Longshore and Harborworkers Compensation Act, maritime contractual disputes, vessel arrests and preferred vessel mortgages. She has been the Editor and principal author of the Firm’s international publication Admiralty News, now London Market News, since 1993.
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- Federal and state jurisdiction of admiralty claims and the Saving to Suitors Clause in 28 U.S.C. § 1333 (1) and The Admiralty Extension Act
- What tort and contract claims are maritime claims
- Remedies for Jones Act seamen, longshoremen and harbor workers and passengers
- The Shipowners’ Limitation of Liability Act
- Salvage and Wreck Removal for sinking, stranding and fire
- Marine pollution liability
- General principles of marine insurance
- Liabilities of the vessel; vessel arrest and maritime liens