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2020 ABYC MARINE LAW SYMPOSIUM “FIRE, EXPLOSIONS, & OTHER THERMAL EVENTS”

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Nov 5, 2019

The 4th Annual Marine Law Symposium will be held January 7, 2020 in New Orleans! Get a unique perspective on high profile accidents not shared in any other venue. Expert speakers will analyze critical boat fire investigations and case studies that are impacting today’s verdicts. Earn 8 CEUs in one education packed day! The next Marine Law Symposium won’t be until January 2022 – don’t miss this unparalleled networking opportunity.
 
Learn More & Register
 
Click video to watch drone footage of a yacht fire covered in one of the case studies featured this year.

ABYC Standards Certification After the Symposium
 
Stick around New Orleans one more day and attend the ABYC Standards
Certification course! This is an essential course for surveyors, engineers, legal professionals, marine law enforcement, and compliance inspectors. Join us in this fast-paced, one-day course, consisting of a self-study (e-learning component in advance), classroom review, and then exam. 

Get a discounted rate when you register for BOTH the Marine Law Symposium and the ABYC Standards Certification course. 

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