Examination of the nature of maritime mortgages, including their historical development, their form, and the statutory requirements for registration, plus other means of taking a security interest in a vessel.
David G. Henley
David G Henley is the vice-president and general counsel at Irving Shipbuilding in Halifax. Previously he was a partner in the Halifax office of Stewart McKelvey where he had a broad commercially-oriented practice. He holds an LLB from the University of New Brunswick and an LLM from Dalhousie University, Halifax. He served thirty years in the Regular and Reserve Army, retiring as a brigadier-general in the role of Deputy Commander for the 5th Canadian Division, essentially the Army in Atlantic Canada. After returning from a tour in Afghanistan in 2010, he was awarded the Bronze Star Medal by the United States and appointed as a Member of the Order of Military Merit by the Governor General. Mr Henley has written, presented, and published papers on a variety of marine and environment-related subjects. He is a research associate of the Marine & Environmental Law Institute and was part-time faculty at the Schulich School of Law, Dalhousie University, Halifax. He has been a member of the Transportation Appeal Tribunal of Canada since 2010.