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1 Federal Maritime Commission Looks Into Cruise Line Refunds
2 Federal Maritime Commission to Weigh In on Cruise Line Refund Policies
3 FMC examines COVID-19 impacts on New York/New Jersey ports
4 Mercedes Can't Jump-Start NJ Antitrust Claims Over Shipping
5 How the FMC monitors ‘blank sailings’ and their competitive impacts
6 Bill to provide relief to the maritime sector passes the House
7 FMC underscores NY-NJ port's need for more double truck moves
8 US weighs changes to regulations on cruise line nonperformance and refunds
9 FMC Provides Relief For Small Passenger Vessel
10 Commissioner Sola Provides Briefing on Fact Finding 30 to Senior DoT Official
11 How to Get a Business License
12 News
13 Maritime relief legislation passes through House
14 House passes NDAA that bundles in significant maritime provisions
15 Cruise Line Refund Policies Could Soon Change
16 FMC finds NY/NJ port ‘minimally impacted’ operationally by COVID-19
17 Cruisers have struggled with refunds amid the pandemic; federal agency report recommends changes
18 Updates on Federal Maritime Commission Final Rules
19 Germany Prepares to Commission World's First LNG-Powered Research Ship
20 Federal Maritime Commission Issues Final Interpretive Rule on Demurrage and Detention Under the Shipping Act
21 Asia-US spot rates hold firm amid more signs of volume recovery
22 Bentzel sworn in at Federal Maritime Commission
23 US Federal Maritime Commission to Investigate Canada's Proposed Ballast Water Regulations
24 A general introduction to shipping law and practice in USA
25 US Federal Maritime Commission Launches Investigation Into Canadian Ballast Water Regulations
26 National Shipper Advisory Committee for FMC gets Senate push
27 House Defense Authorization Bill Boosts Inland Port Funding
28 Container traffic in US set to increase as pandemic eases
29 Carriers need to come to table to help solve 'chassis crisis'
30 Asia-US West Coast FEU spot rates clear $3000 bar
31 Federal Maritime Commission alters operations to fight COVID-19 exposure
32 July 24 updates: Marella delay, HAL bonus pay, FMC relief for small US lines, Crystal protocols
33 Federal Maritime Commission updates Coronavirus impact on Transpacific trade
34 OOCL launches new Transpacific Latin Pacific 3 (TLP3) Service
35 Port of Los Angeles “not in bad shape” for June
36 Would You Pay $100,000 To Go On A Cruise Around The World?
37 Federal Maritime Commission Publishes Blockchain Working Agreement
38 Maritime supply chain concerns are voiced by the Federal Maritime Commission
39 FMC eases some publication requirements for ocean container carriers
40 June Volumes Declined at Los Angeles as Port Predicts Moderation
41 Port of Los Angeles Moves 691475 TEUs in June
42 Federal Maritime Commission Issues Proposed Rule on Demurrage and Detention
43 FMC report includes proposal to help small passenger vessel operators
44 FMC finalizes demurrage and detention reasonableness rule
45 FMC eases certain service contract filing requirements
46 FMC tracks COVID-19-induced supply chain bottlenecks
47 FMC presses to finalize container availability rule
48 FMC seeks to avoid coronavirus-linked port gridlock
49 FMC’s Dye keeps eye on COVID-19-challenged US supply chains
50 Industry members flock to maritime agency’s supply chain innovation teams
51 FMC to Conduct Cruise Line Fact Finding Mission
52 FMC’s newest commissioner dives into role
53 Spotlight: shipping contracts in USA
54 FMC Expands Use of Innovation Teams to Respond to COVID-19 Supply Chain Concerns
55 Bentzel wins Senate confirmation to maritime regulatory post
56 Commentary: When is a carrier price gouging?
57 Slow refunds for canceled cruises draw scrutiny from federal maritime officials
58 COVID-19: FMC to investigate how cruise industry can resume operations
59 American shippers want FMC container availability rule published
60 ARO 2020: BCOs, carriers at odds over FMC detention-demurrage proposal
61 Another Blockchain Supply Chain Shipping Consortium Files for Federal Antitrust Exemption
62 FMC detention, demurrage guidance comes as coronavirus outbreak aggravates preexisting port problems
63 New FMC Interpretative Demurrage And Detention Rules: Will They Assist Ocean Transportation Intermediaries?
64 FMC adjusts container shipping violation penalties
65 Maritime industry bands together to weather supply chain storm
66 FMC Issues Final Guidance on Unreasonable Demurrage and Detention Practices to Improve Ocean Freight Fluidity
67 INSIGHT: Idle Goods Drag Down Shipping, Trade During Pandemic
68 FMC order denies container carrier service contract filing exemption
69 AgTC's virtual annual conference hails FMC's Rebecca Dye
70 Carl Bentzel Sworn in as FMC Commissioner
71 TradeLens Blockchain Shipping Consortium Receives Fed. Antitrust Exemption
72 FMC monitors coronavirus impacts on container industry’s competitive health
73 Incentives to lift shipping sector in Pakistan
74 FMC’s 2020 vision
75 Former FMC commissioner will helm Port of Baltimore
76 Endorsement UPROAR roils House race — New virus RULES for BARS begin — MARKEY and KENNEDY to DEBATE tonight
77 Maryland names next Port of Baltimore executive director
78 FMC Issues Final Interpretive Rule on Demurrage and Detention
79 FMC’s container availability ‘interpretive’ rule up for review
80 Proposed demurrage and detention rule spotlights industry schism
81 The Week That Will Be
82 FMC set to review 'costly and unfair' demurrage and detention fees
83 FMC urges Congress to aid distressed US box terminals
84 FMC: Mitigating Covid-19 impacts on supply chain
85 FMC Proposes to Change Ocean Service Contract Publication Requirements
86 Congress Takes First Step Toward FMC Advisory Committee
87 FMC Proposes Eliminating Requirement for Vessel Operators to Publish Essential Terms
88 Coronavirus Australia live news: Linda Reynolds: Ardern orders Auckland back into lockdown; ADF 'offered Victoria help on multiple occasions'
89 TradeLens blockchain initiative awaits approval | Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE)
90 Commission formally launches investigation of Canadian government ballast water regulations
91 FMC Announces New Fact-Finding Inquiry into the Passenger Cruise Line Sector
92 CBP Erodes Jones Act, Say Waterways Leaders
93 FMC allows Puerto Rico terminals to combine
94 U.S. shippers ask feds for investigation into Canada's Great Lakes plan
95 Shippers and forwarders call for law to stop 'unfair' D&D fees by box lines
96 The five-domains update | The Strategist
97 Regulator of the Year: Rebecca Dye, Federal Maritime Commission
98 Drayage truckers ramp up chassis-rate dispute with ocean carriers
99 Ag shippers wants carriers held more accountable for container availability
100 FMC’s Canadian ballast water rule investigation begins