Maritime & Commercial
New books on Maritime & Commercial
Offshore Floating Production, 1st Edition
This is the first book to focus on the law and practice relating to offshore oil and gas floating production. It deals with all legal and commercial risk management issues from initial concept through design, construction, modification, installation, acceptance, production and offloading, including ancillary legal topics; JV/consortiums, financing, insurance, decommissioning and intellectual property.
Edited by Stuart Beadnall, Simon Moore, Max Lemanski.
The Modern Law of Marine Insurance Volume Five, 1st Edition
This fifth volume in the series comprises ten contributions written by an expert team of academics and practitioners. Collectively they analyse and expound many of the contemporary legal issues and debates in the law and practice of marine insurance.
This volume tackles topics such as the impact of the Insurance Act 2015 on remedies and the pre-contractual duty of insurers. It explores the impact of Brexit on jurisdiction in marine insurance whilst also dedicating time to the comparison of US and English law relating to the duties of brokers, and analyses the "but for" test in marine insurance as well as historical development of the law relating to fraudulent claims.
Edited by D. Rhidian Thomas.
Shipping and the Environment, 3rd Edition
From the time it was first published in 1998, Shipping and the Environment has been the leading text on international and US law and practice in this field. Written by renowned legal and insurance practitioners with over 100 years of combined specialist experience, including first-hand knowledge of many major incidents, it is not only a comprehensive reference work but an abundant source of introductory material and practical insights, all explained with a clarity appreciated by lawyers and non-lawyers alike in a broad international readership.
Written by Colin De La Rue, Charles Anderson and Jonathan Hare.
Lloyd's Law Reports
NATIONAL OILWELL VARCO NORWAY AS v KEPPEL FELS LTD
DHL PROJECT & CHARTERING LTD v GEMINI OCEAN SHIPPING CO LTD (THE “NEWCASTLE EXPRESS”)
Focus on The Poseidon Principles
Lloyd's Shipping & Trade Law
The latest issue of Lloyd's Shipping and Trade Law contains two feature articles on The Poseidon Principles.
The Rush of Green: the Poseidon Principles investigates the financial tools adopted in the ship finance sector to push green targets
Introduction to the Poseidon Principles for Marine Insurance discusses why the initiative offers an unparalleled opportunity to quantify the climate alignment trajectory of a significant proportion of the world’s ocean-going fleet.
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