Journal of International Maritime Law - Volume 28 - Issue 1
The construction of multi-tiered dispute resolution clauses
ANALYSIS OF RECENT CASES AND CONTEMPORARY DEVELOPMENTS
To be or not to be a bill of lading
 SGCA 84
Common sense and inevitable loss: proximate causation in marine insurance
Consultant, Clyde & Co LLP
The role of ‘common sense’ in determining inevitability in “Arch” (business interruption case) and The Coxwold – UK Supreme Court’s decision analysed.
Criminal liability based on European Regulations for ship recycling in South Asia: dead in the water?
ERIK M WITJENS
Attorney at law, De Reede Advocatuur, Rotterdam
At what point does legal ship recycling becomes illegal ship recycling, when ship recycling can lead to criminal liability under the European legal framework i.e. the Waste Shipment Regulation and the Ship Recycling Regulation.
Classification societies and immunity from jurisdiction
VIVIAN VAN DER KUIL
Erasmus School of Law, Rotterdam
The author examines the roles of classification societies, the legal basis for their work the cases the Erika and the Prestige and Al-Salam Boccaccio 98.
NATIONAL AND REGIONAL REPORT
Choice of court agreements in bills of lading under Greek civil procedure law
ATHANASSIOS P PANTAZOPOULOS
Judge, Athens Court of First Instance
INTERNATIONAL AND REGIONAL ORGANISATIONS
IMO – The IOPC Funds: meeting of the governing bodies (March 2022)
Marine Insurance – A Legal History Volumes 1 and 2 - 920 pages
“Professor Merkin’s approach represents a momentous development in the learning of this very important subject for
insurance and professional insurers, and commercial and social historians.” Peter MacDonald Eggers QC
Index of cases
Index of legislation