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Special Issue of Environmental Liability on hydraulic fracturing ...

...just published See Current Issue of Environmental Liability

RECENT PUBLICATION


NUISANCE LAW AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
A study of nuisance injunctions in practice

By Dr Ben Pontin

FOREWORD by

Lord Carnwath JSC

This book about the common law's important contribution to environmental protection takes a practical - and novel - approach to nuisance law. It focuses on the social and environmental consequences of the enforcement of nuisance injunctions.

Quoted in the SUPREME COURT Judgment of 26 February 2014 in


Coventry and Others (Respondents) v. Lawrence and Another (Appellants)

"176. Ben Pontin in his valuable recent book Nuisance Law and Environmental Protection (2013) shows how since the middle of the 19th century common law nuisance has played an important complementary role to regulatory controls, one hand stimulating industry to find better technical solutions to environmental problems, and, on the other, stimulating the legislature to fill gaps in the regulatory system. He sees the present appeal as an important opportunity for the Supreme Court to review the proper role of this part of the law of nuisance in the modern world (p 184)."
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Publication date December 2013
ISBN 978-0-09539403-5-6
Hard back - illustrated - 224 pages
Price £45.00
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SEE ALSO

Nuisance injunctions after Coventry v Lawrence: revisiting the question of 'prevention or payment'?
BEN PONTIN

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RECENTLY PUBLISHED in ENVIRONMENTAL LIABILITY - LAW, POLICY AND PRACTICE

The appropriate assessment process and the concept of ecological ecological 'integrity' in EU nature conservation law

OWEN MCINTYRE Faculty of Law, University College Cork

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SHIPPING, LAW AND THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT IN THE 21ST CENTURY
Emerging challenges for the Law of the Sea - legal implications and liabilities


Editors: Richard Caddell, Rhidian Thomas


Publication date: April 2013
Extent: 358 pp
ISBN: 978-0-9539403-9-4
PRICE: £85

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This book brings together detailed papers on how the international Law of the Sea is evolving due to developing technologies, modern shipping and exploitation of marine resources.

Conflicting uses of the oceans, threats to the marine environment, and new navigational controls are all examined by experts in the fields of the law of salvage, Arctic passage, piracy, carbon capture and storage, wind farm development and the control of oil pollution in the wake of the Deepwater Horizon disaster.

Contributors:

Professor Tore Henriksen, Dr Edwin Egede, Professor Robin Churchill, Dr Richard Caddell,
Dr Rosalie Balkin, Professor D Rhidian Thomas, Hugh Shaw, Greg Gordon,
Professor M N Tsimplis, Dr Stefan Schmitz, Dr Susanna Much, Professor Alexander Proelss,
Professor Tullio Scovazzi, Judge Rüdiger Wolfrum


Editorial Changes - Environmental Liability

BIO-SCIENCE LAW REVIEW
Recent European Developments Regarding Patents Extensions (SPCs and Paediatric Extensions)
Gertjan Kuipers, Tjibbe Douma and Margot Kokke, De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek, Amsterdam

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RECENT PUBLICATIONS
A NEW CONVENTION FOR THE CARRIAGE OF GOODS BY SEA - THE ROTTERDAM RULES

An Analysis of
The UN Convention on Contracts for the International Carriage of Goods Wholly or Partly by Sea


EDITED BY
PROFESSOR D RHIDIAN THOMAS

EXTENT: 432 pp Hardback
ISBN 0-9539403-3-0
PRICE: £138.00

The new Convention, known as the Rotterdam Rules and open for signature in September 2009, represents a radical attempt to establish a single uniform legal regime for the carriage of goods by sea.
THIS BOOK has been compiled specially in readiness for the occasion and as an essential aid to all those concerned to absorb the complexities of the new Convention.

Contributors include:

PROFESSOR MICHAEL F. STURLEY
CHRISTOPHER HANCOCK QC
PROFESSOR G J VAN DER ZIEL
PROFESSOR YVONNE BAATZ
PROFESSOR WILLIAM TETLEY, C.M., Q.C.

The full text of the Convention, seven other appendices of international conventions and full indexes complete this expert analysis of the new approach and its relationship with the existing international and national laws.

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BIO-SCIENCE LAW REVIEW

Recent articles have included:
Discovery and Invention: Where is the Boundary Between Them and Should We Care?
Tim Roberts
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ON THE OTHER HAND: IS THIS THE LAST WORD ON PATENTING ENANTIOMERS?
H Lundbeck A/S v Generics (UK) Ltd CA
Stuart Jackson,Brian Whitehead and Richard Kempner
AdleshawGoddard
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Last stop for the Peruvian Guano Train: Disclosure in patent cases? where less can be more ? (Nichia Corp v Argos CA 19 July 2007)
Gareth MorganTaylor Wessing, London
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Patent Entitlement
Yeda Research and Development v Rhone-Poulenc Rorer
Luke Kempton and Janine Harborne Wragge & Co LLP
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Angiotech: A tale of two jurisdicitions
Camilla Smith and Shelley Blythe Arnold & Porter (UK) LLP, London
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Biosimilar Warfare: The Arrival of Generic Biopharmaceuticals - The Omnitrope Decision
Isabel Teare Linklaters London
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UTILITIES LAW REVIEW

Recent OPINIONS have included
Opinion

Does the Competition Commission case enough about Competition
Martin Cave Warwick Business School
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BSkyB/ITV: Competition Appeal Tribunal dismisses BSkyB's Appeal
Howard Cartlidge and Dervla Broderick Olswang, London
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Legal Privilege in the EU ? is the balance right?
Akzo Nobel Chemicals
David Wood
Gibson Dunn & Crutcher
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The European Court of First Instance rules in favour of compensation for illegal prohibition of a merger by the European Commission in Schneider/Legrand
Peter Alexiadis and Vassili Moussis
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP

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Recent Articles have included
European Energy Markets: The Next Round
James Ashe-Taylor and Miranda Cole
Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP
London and Brussels

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