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July 8, 2020
12:00-1:00PM

YBAA/CPYB e-Seminar: Forms Dispute Resolution

Eugene, Michael F., & Michael N.

Introduction of the new YBAA List of Mediators and a general overview of the differences, advantages, and disadvantages of meditation and arbitration. We will also have brief presentation about who are the Society of Marine Arbitrators, whose rules are now used in the new forms.

Eugene Samarin, Moderator

Eugene Samarin

Eugene is an Admiralty Attorney with Lochner Law Firm, P.C. out of Annapolis, Maryland. Mr. Samarin and Lochner Law Firm, P.C. worked with YBAA on the new contract revisions and supervised the creation of the new mediator list for YBAA dispute resolution.


Michael Fackler, Speaker

Michael Fackler

Michael's career as a ship broker has centered on the buying, selling and contracting of commercial ships.  He has also been a boat owner for decades and is currently chairman of the SMA Yacht Committee. He is a trained mediator and arbitrator.


Michael J. Northmore, Speaker

Mj Northmore

Michael is an SMA Arbitrator & certified Mediator; specialist in contractual & customary Marine insurance market practices and disputes with 40 years experience at Lloyd’s of London, Montreal and several major New York insurance brokers; long-time member of Maritime Law Association (N/L) and other industry groups.  Crewman aboard sailboats up to 55’, completed various ASA courses, previously owned J-24 sloop (which currently seeking replace).


Captain Thomas F. Fox, Speaker

Captain Fox is the principal of Southold Maritime Services Corp. and holds a USCG Unlimited Ocean Masters License. He has had extensive licensed sea service aboard a variety of US and foreign-flag merchant vessels. He also has substantial experience in vessel chartering, sale and purchase and shipyard attendance as a buyer and seller representative, as well as Owner’s representative for intermediate drydockings. He also served as Vice President – Operations at Sea Tow International, where he assisted licensees in resolving issues involving boat owners, as well as salvage issues and liaising with local USCG COPT’s.

An experienced maritime arbitrator, he has had hundreds of appointments covering a wide variety of disputes involving chartering, sale and purchase, salvage and wreck removal . During the DEEPWATER HORIZON incident, he provided consulting services to a major Oil Spill Response Organization. He is a member of the Board of Governors of the SMA and is a member of the Yacht Committee and chairman of the Salvage Committee

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2020-07-08 2020-07-08 13:00:00 America/Detroit YBAA/CPYB e-Seminar: Forms Dispute Resolution Introduction of the new YBAA List of Mediators and a general overview of the differences, advantages, and disadvantages of meditation and arbitration. We will also have brief presentation about who are the Society of Marine Arbitrators, whose rules are now used in the new forms. Eugene Samarin, Moderator Eugene is an Admiralty Attorney with Lochner Law Firm, P.C. out of Annapolis, Maryland. Mr. Samarin and Lochner Law Firm, P.C. worked with YBAA on the new contract revisions and supervised the creation of the new mediator list for YBAA dispute resolution. Michael Fackler, Speaker Michael's career as a ship broker has centered on the buying, selling and contracting of commercial ships.  He has also been a boat owner for decades and is currently chairman of the SMA Yacht Committee. He is a trained mediator and arbitrator. Michael J. Northmore, Speaker Michael is an SMA Arbitrator & certified Mediator; specialist in contractual & customary Marine insurance market practices and disputes with 40 years experience at Lloyd’s of London, Montreal and several major New York insurance brokers; long-time member of Maritime Law Association (N/L) and other industry groups.  Crewman aboard sailboats up to 55’, completed various ASA courses, previously owned J-24 sloop (which currently seeking replace). Captain Thomas F. Fox, Speaker Captain Fox is the principal of Southold Maritime Services Corp. and holds a USCG Unlimited Ocean Masters License. He has had extensive licensed sea service aboard a variety of US and foreign-flag merchant vessels. He also has substantial experience in vessel chartering, sale and purchase and shipyard attendance as a buyer and seller representative, as well as Owner’s representative for intermediate drydockings. He also served as Vice President – Operations at Sea Tow International, where he assisted licensees in resolving issues involving boat owners, as well as salvage issues and liaising with local USCG COPT’s. An experienced maritime arbitrator, he has had hundreds of appointments covering a wide variety of disputes involving chartering, sale and purchase, salvage and wreck removal . During the DEEPWATER HORIZON incident, he provided consulting services to a major Oil Spill Response Organization. He is a member of the Board of Governors of the SMA and is a member of the Yacht Committee and chairman of the Salvage Committee Register Here ----