Representatives of Carnival Corporation (“Carnival”) appeared in Miami federal court yesterday for a hearing on a proposed resolution of new pollution charges pending against the giant cruise company. The federal court judge, Patricia Seitz, accepted the settlement deal recently reached between the U.S. Government and Carnival, which the parties filed into the court record literally
On Friday, May 24th, United District Court Judge Patricia Seitz, who is presiding over the pollution case pending against Princess Cruises, ordered all members of the Carnival Corporation & plc Executive Committee of the Board of Directors to appear at a hearing scheduled for June 3, 2019 at the federal courthouse in Miami.
About two weeks ago, I posted the following question on our Cruise Law News Facebook page and received comments (and replies) from 364 people.
What do you believe is an appropriate sanction against Carnival Corp. for violating probation for pollution?
A. Imprison Carnival’s senior executives.
B. Bar Carnival Corp’s ships from U.S. ports.