Maritime Law

  • State v. North Pacific Fishing, Inc.
    MARITIME LAW Maddie Ayer In State v. North Pacific Fishing, Inc., 485 P.3d 1040 (Alaska 2021), the supreme court held that a fishery resource landing tax imposed on two commercial fishing companies did not violate the Import-Export and Tonnage Clauses of the United States Constitution or 33 U.S.C. § 5(b). (Id. at 1045). The fishing companies did ...
  • Chaney v. State
    ADMIRALTY LAW Kristen M. Renberg, PhD   Chaney v. State In Chaney v. States, 478 P.3d 222, (Alaska Ct. App. 2020), the court of appeals held that a defendant was properly convicted of fishing with an overlength commercial salmon seine vessel and the regulation for measuring the length of vessels adopted by the State’s Board of Fisheries, while inconsistent ...

Maritime Law

  • State v. North Pacific Fishing, Inc.
    MARITIME LAW Maddie Ayer In State v. North Pacific Fishing, Inc., 485 P.3d 1040 (Alaska 2021), the supreme court held that a fishery resource landing tax imposed on two commercial fishing companies did not violate the Import-Export and Tonnage Clauses of the United States Constitution or 33 U.S.C. § 5(b). (Id. at 1045). The fishing companies did ...
  • Chaney v. State
    ADMIRALTY LAW Kristen M. Renberg, PhD   Chaney v. State In Chaney v. States, 478 P.3d 222, (Alaska Ct. App. 2020), the court of appeals held that a defendant was properly convicted of fishing with an overlength commercial salmon seine vessel and the regulation for measuring the length of vessels adopted by the State’s Board of Fisheries, while inconsistent ...