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Tutor and Director of Maritime Academy Online
More than 14 years of experience working in the port with general cargoes, Ro-Ro and Bulk cargoes. He is now the Head of Operations in Riga Fertilizer Terminal LLC and supervises loading and unloading operations on all levels. He is also heavily involved in port's staff training.
Michael is a partner with a New York admiralty law firm and a seasoned litigator with 25 years of legal experience. He maintains an active litigation and arbitration practice before federal, state and international courts and arbitral bodies. He has been an adjunct professor within the International Trade and Marketing Department of the Fashion Institute of Technology and has instructed courses in International Business Law and Import/Export Regulations.
B.A, LL.B (PK), LL.M (Maritime Law, Lund University, Sweden)
Manager Marine (MIBS), Senior Advocate High Court (PK)
An ardent sailor and a techie, Nipun Chatrath has voyaged on a number of oil, chemical, and product tankers as a marine engineer officer. He has an eye for detail and enjoys troubleshooting. He also has an avid interest in energy management and LNG trade. As an experienced mariner, he likes to bring the best out of people around him and enjoys teaching.
BY MAREX 2018-07-03 22:56:26 A new study has predicted that future global warming will lead to an increase in extreme sea levels, with consequent flood risks to coastal infrastructure and human populations. Extreme sea levels occur through a combination of high tides and extreme weather events, which can generate storm surges and high wind waves. These phenomena are exacerbated by progressive rises in mean sea level and predicted increases in tropical cyclone activity. ...Read More...