• Public and Private Law
    All ships owned by your Logistics and Services company are flagged in the Bahamas and Liberia. The "flag of convenience" rules have both public law and private law implications. Private law comes into play in the employer-employee, passenger contract, and cargo contract obligations of the ship. Public...
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  • Logistics and Services Company
    7, 2011 Abstract: I would first like to describe Public Law and Private Law: Public law; transaction by means of the association of government to individual citizens. Private Law; is normally worried with the enforcement of private duties involving individuals, involving an individual and a...
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  • Executive Misconduct
    University On-Line The cruise ship business has steadily increased over the past thirty years arising from the popularity of the hit TV show, “The Love Boat.” For this reason more stringent rules, laws, and responsibilities to protect both the passengers and cruise lines have been enacted. ...
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  • Public Law and Private Law Ramifications
    Running head: Public Law and Private Law Ramifications Public Law and Private Law Ramifications for the Logistics and Services Company PUBLIC LAW AND PRIVATE LAW RAMIFICATIONS Abstract Ships owned by the Logistics and Services Company are flagged in the Bahamas and Liberia. The “flag of convenience”...
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  • Cruise Ship Liability
    Robbery on the High Seas: Ramifications for Cruise Ship Corporations Danny Brock CTU MGM365-1004B-12: The Legal and Ethical Environment of Business Carolyn James November 19, 2010 Abstract Mr. and Mrs. Lowell were passengers on the cruise ship “The Minnow”, which sailed for a week long journey...
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  • Ethics of Business
    to a ship that flies the flag of a different country, which is not, the flag of the country, of the ownership. The other country may offer cheap registration fees, little to no taxes, with the freedom to hire or employ people for cheap labor. These are usually the motivation factors for ship-owners...
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  • Read
    OR CRUISE AT YOUR OWN RISK Luxury Vacation or Cruise at Your Own Risk Abstract Embarking on a cruise is a luxury vacation that provides the tourist with a once in a lifetime voyage. Cruise ships include...
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  • Cruise Management
    debarkation operations onboard the cruise ship Explain the first day activities onboard the cruise ship - Guest Boat Drill - Bon Voyage Party - Opening of Duty free Shops - Opening of Casino - Other welcome aboard activities Discuss common guest issues/challenges/problems...
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  • U.S. East Coast Port Security
    the world. JAXPORT owns and operates three public marine terminals and one passenger cruise terminal in Jacksonville Florida: the Blount Island Marine Terminal, the Talleyrand Marine Terminal, the Dames Point Marine Terminal, and the temporary JAXPORT Cruise Terminal. JAXPORT develops, manages, and markets...
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  • Legal Rights
    In this situation public and private laws play a major role in the Logistics and Services Company. Private laws are agreements or restrictions that are often made between two parties such as a business and an individual. This is a type of law that the government is not concerned with. It also, involves...
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  • The Legal Environment
    Law is defined as a form of order or the body of rules of society governing individuals and their relationships (Ivy, CTUO, Live Chat, 5 April 2011). There are several types of law. During this paper will talk a little about public law and private law. Public law is the body of laws governing relationships...
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  • Sample Hr Plan
    SARKISIAN CRUISE LINE Assistant Entertainment Director Prepared for: Professor Evelyn Shankus, M.S. Submitted by: Jeremy Olsen Jeremy Hall Carmin Hatch Katelyn Templeton Amy Hargrave Aliesha Salisbury November 28, 2012 TABLE OF CONTENTS History/Organizational...
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  • Port Economics
    Port Economics Port Economics is the study of the economic decisions (and their consequences) of the users and providers of port services. A port is an “engine” for economic development by providing employment, worker incomes, business earnings, and taxes for its region. The book provides a detailed...
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  • Major Cruise Ship Task Force - Island of Maui
    MAYOR’S CRUISE SHIP TASK FORCE ISLAND OF MAUI FINAL REPORT August 15, 2005 MAYOR’S CRUISE SHIP TASK FORCE ISLAND OF MAUI FINAL REPORT August 15, 2005 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS In addition to the individuals who served generously as resources to this Task Force, we gratefully acknowledge many...
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  • The Minnow
    2011 Logistics and Services Corporation’s The Minnow Introduction As Logistics and Services Corporation’s Vice President of Risk Management, I am well aware of our situation of which happened on board one of our smaller cruise vessels, The Minnow. In this report I plan to communicate our public and...
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  • Port of Gdynia
    intercontinental trade. This report will explore several areas of port operations including its users, the many services and operating options it offers, and pricing. It will also discuss the beneficial impact it has had locally. Additionally, it will look at the governing structure and explore the subsidiaries...
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  • Essay
    Plan— New Horizon 2010 ..................................................................................... 12 Special Feature 3: Integrated Logistics Services ........................................ 16 Business at a Glance...............................................................................
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  • Cruise
    Development Plan ........................................................................................................ 16 0.2 2.1 2.2 Costa Cruises’ sustainable approach and integrated policy .................................. 19 Our commitment to sustainable growth .............................
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  • Benchmark Port of Rotterdam
    more than two-thirds of South Africa’s containers. The port of Durban performs a critical role within the city of Durban as an employer of people. It services its own industrial and commercial region (the second largest in SA), in addition to much of SA's hinterland including the majority of Gauteng traffic...
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  • MOI CURRICULUM
    academic and professional foundation in management by disseminating knowledge and skills to meet evolving career requirements of managers in the private and public sectors. 2. To contribute to national and international economic growth by providing quality business management training and outreach. 3....
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