Cooper v. Meridian Yachts, Ltd., No. 08-13830
In an indemnity action by a ship owner to recover sums paid to settle an underlying maritime personal injury action, judgment for defendants is: 1) affirmed in part where the parties' agreement precluded recovering consequential damages or other indirect damages; but 2) reversed in part, where plaintiffs could proceed under federal maritime law on either a strict liability or negligence basis.
Read Cooper v. Meridian Yachts, Ltd., No. 08-13830
Filed July 21, 2009
Opinion by Judge Trager
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