Limiting Seastead Visitor’s Power to Sue Within the United States

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This penultimate blog post is part of an ongoing series (see part 1 and part 2 and part 3) examining how a seastead might limit the risk of being sued in the court system of the United States. Robert Mongole is a Juris  Continue Reading »

Seasteading Conference Covered by MarineLink.com

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The seasteading movement continues to receive recognition within the maritime industry as a potential disruptor of ocean-based business, with the latest news coverage of our conference coming from MarineLink.com. The publication of the article comes in the wake of another  Continue Reading »

Seasteads Without Selection Clauses in Their Contracts

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This blog post is part of an ongoing series (see part 1 and part 2) examining how a seastead might limit the risk of being sued in the court system of the United States. Robert Mongole is a Juris Doctor  Continue Reading »

First Project OASIS case study published: KZO Sea Farms, pioneering ocean aquaculture policy

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When people ask us how seasteads will impact the environment, we often respond that those who call the ocean “home” will have the strongest desire to keep it healthy and clean. But given that much of the ocean is already  Continue Reading »