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Admiralty: Freight Forwarders, Shipbrokers & NVOCCs: Intermediaries & the Carriage of Goods by Sea

Course Description
This course will examine the role of intermediaries with respect to the negotiation and conclusion, or "fixing," of contracts for the carriage of goods by sea.  The course will specifically examine the procedure for negotiating contracts including charter parties, the applicable chartering terms, the relationship between the intermediaires and the merchants, charterers, carriers and owners, and the relevancy of agency law.  The course will be taught by Ed Anderson, General Counsel for BBC Chartering & Logistic GmbH & Co. KG of Leer, Germany. BBC specializes in project cargo and is the world's largest operator of breakbulk vessels. (1 credit) 
Upcoming Semester Offered
Spring 2015
   
 
   

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