The most bigoted idolizers of State authority have not thus far shown a disposition to deny the national judiciary the cognizances of maritime causes
94) Although the Court held that a general maritime cause of action for
overlap with a general maritime cause of action with a preexisting
The executive also established the Direccion General de Reivindicacion Maritima, an agency charged with preparations for future legal actions in Bolivia's maritime cause
The following questions were certified to the Third Circuit: "whether, pursuant to [a federal] maritime cause
of action, plaintiffs may seek to recover (1) damages for the loss of the society of their deceased minor child, (2) damages for the loss of their child's future earnings, and (3) punitive damages.
at 30 ("[W]e today make explicit that there is a general maritime cause
of action for the wrongful death of a seaman, adopting the reasoning of the unanimous and carefully crafted opinion in Moragne.
Due to the recent development of the general maritime cause
of action for wrongful death, it is considered separately.
that damages recoverable in general maritime causes
of action for
The most bigoted idolizers of State authority have not thus far shown a disposition to deny the national judiciary the cognizance of maritime causes
Green groups like the San Diego Environmental Health Coalition are also taking on maritime causes
, as they have been addressing problems related to the porting of Navy nuclear aircraft carriers.
courts "competent" to adjudicate maritime causes
177) Justice Brennan, joined by Chief Justice Warren and Justices Black and Douglas, was persuaded by the fact that the maritime causes
of action asserted by the plaintiff were "created by federal law.