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Newsletters 2004 > December 2004


Maritime Conference 2005

Sponsors: Fernandes Hearn LLP
Marsh Canada
Royal & SunAlliance Canada

Date: January 20th, 2005 [Day before the Marine Club Dinner Jan. 21]

Location: Royal Amphitheater - 10 Wellington St. East, Toronto ON

Cost: $60.00 - Includes light lunch and materials on CD ROM

Registration: Shelley Jameson, Fernandes Hearn LLP 416-203-9548
Send cheques: 335 Bay St. Suite 601, Toronto, ON M5H 2R3
Limited to 100 attendees

Tentative Topics and Speakers:

9-930 ISPS Code - Mark Gauthier, Transport Canada
930-10 Update on New Marine Cases - George Strathy, Strathy & Associates
10-1030 Security and the Role of the Coast Guard, John Adams, Commissioner CCG
1030-1045 Coffee Break
1045-11:15 Legal Aspects of Delay Caused by Government Intervention - Gordon Hearn, Fernandes Hearn LLP
11:15-11:45 Terminal Operations and Port Security - Angus Armstrong
Toronto Port Authority
11:45-12:15 Terror and the Placement of Risks - Cam Berrington, Marsh Canada
12:15-1:30 Lunch
1:30-200 The Role of an MGA in Canada's Marine Insurance Industry - Royal & SunAlliance, Mike Wills
2:00-245 London Market Reports Hull / P & I - Simon Swallow, SOP
Adrian Walker, Hardy Syndicate
245-300 What You Should Know About ADR - Rui Fernandes, Fernandes Hearn LLP
300-330 Economic Impact of a Mass Destruction Event - Mark Newcomb, Davey & Brogan



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