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Tulane Maritime Law Journal Updates

First Major Rulings in the Deepwater Horizon Case

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Last week USDC Judge Barbier issued the first set of rulings in the Deepwater Horizon Case.  Judge Barbier dismissed a group of the claims against BP.  The claims dismissed were mostly comprised of environmental groups who were not seeking monetary damages.  

The journal will be following the case and frequently posting tidbits as rulings come down. 

TMLJ Alumni, Ian Taylor, with Lewis, Kullman, Sterbcow, & Abramson, has been working on this case!  This is an exciting opportunity, and the journal is proud to see their alumni doing great things! 


Tulane Maritime Law Journal Updates

First Major Rulings in the Deepwater Horizon Case

 Permanent link

Last week USDC Judge Barbier issued the first set of rulings in the Deepwater Horizon Case.  Judge Barbier dismissed a group of the claims against BP.  The claims dismissed were mostly comprised of environmental groups who were not seeking monetary damages.  

The journal will be following the case and frequently posting tidbits as rulings come down. 

TMLJ Alumni, Ian Taylor, with Lewis, Kullman, Sterbcow, & Abramson, has been working on this case!  This is an exciting opportunity, and the journal is proud to see their alumni doing great things! 




 
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