seaman exempt would fall within the rationale of the Federal
Callihan counsels companies on the Jones Act
and American Fisheries Act compliance, manning requirements on the outer continental shelf, B1-OCS visas and vessel entrance and clearance reporting requirements.
merchant shipping over the past 99 years, the Jones Act
needs to be repealed.
"The Jones Act
by no means prohibits foreign ships from delivering goods to the island.
The Jones Act
has been suspended quickly for seacoast states on the mainland that have suffered disasters.
The US government has periodically lifted the Jones Act
for a temporary period following violent storms, including after hurricanes Harvey and Irma, which hit Texas and Florida in late August and earlier this month.
There was strong criticism in the press about the poor preparation of the ship for the conditions, and a sharply worded article in the National Review asked if the Jones Act
was to blame for the deaths.
based commercial shipyard constructing vessels for operation in the Jones Act
Despite the Polar Code's ostensible intent, vessel owners and charterers are now subject to a new class of regulatory requirements, which, in turn, has broadened the scope of statutory violations vessel owners are exposed to under Jones Act
and OPA 90.
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The most unfair law of all is the Merchant Marine Act of 1920, also known as the Jones Act
, which requires that every product that enters or leaves Puerto Rico cars from Japan, engines from Germany, food from South America, medicine from Canada must be carried on a United States ship.
Matson will continue Horizon's long operating history in Alaska with a three vessel deployment of diesel powered Jones Act
qualified containerships that provide two weekly sailings from Tacoma to Anchorage and Kodiak, and a weekly sailing to Dutch Harbor.