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EU Transportation Law Volume I: Brussels Commentary on EU Maritime Transport Law

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EU Transportation Law Volume I: Brussels Commentary on EU Maritime Transport Law

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9789491673092 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Henning Jensen, Institute for Maritime Law and the Law of the Sea, Law Faculty, University of Hamburg, Germany and Michael Jürgen Werner, Partner, Norton Rose LLP, Brussels, Belgium
Publication Date: July 2016 ISBN: 978 9 49167 309 2 Extent: 1,250 pp
This book was originally published by Claeys and Casteels, now formally part of Edward Elgar Publishing.

The Brussels Commentary on EU Maritime Law provides a comprehensive article-by-article analysis of the most relevant EU Regulations and EU Directives of the shipping sector.

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This book was originally published by Claeys and Casteels, now formally part of Edward Elgar Publishing.

Waterborne transport is of crucial importance within the European Union. Almost 90% of the EU’s external freight trade and 40% of the intra EU exchanges of goods and passengers are carried by sea. 23 EU Member States are coastal states and 26 are Flag States. EU ship owners manage 30% of the world’s vessels and 35% of the global shipping tonnage. Each year, more than 400 million passengers pass through more than a 1.000 European ports. The Framework of the ‘Erika Packages’ has now added another imperative regulatory level to the existing global legal regime of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) and to national laws.

The EU has reacted to severe marine casualties in EU waters. As a result, almost all aspects of maritime transport and shipping are now regulated by EU Law. The Brussels Commentary on EU Maritime Law provides a comprehensive article-by-article analysis of the most relevant EU Regulations and EU Directives of the shipping sector.
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Contributors: Alexandros Ntovas, Lecturer in International Shipping Law, Queen Mary University of London Centre for Commercial Law Studies, London UK, Timo Noftz, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP, Hamburg Office, Germany, Thomas Brinkmann, Partner, Schackow, Bremen, Alexander Block, LL.M., Federal University of Applied Administrative Sciences, Brühl, Germany, Mateusz Bek, LL.M., Maritime Law (Soton), UK, Marian Paschke, Institute for Maritime Law and the Law of the Sea, Law Faculty, University of Hamburg, Germany, Melis Özdel, Lecturer in maritime and commercial law, head of graduate maritime law studies at University College London (UCL) and deputy director of the UCL, Centre for Commercial Law, UK, Michael R. Pimm, Partner, Orrick, London, Antonios Politis, Researcher, Institute for Maritime Law and the Law of the Sea, Law Faculty, University of Hamburg, Germany, Orestis Schinas, HSBA Hamburg School of Business Administration, Hamburg, Germany, Sara Vatankhah, German Shipowner’s Association, Hamburg, Germany, Christine Wersel, TUI AG, Hamburg, Germany, Robert Coleman, ret., UK, former Director-General at the European Commission, former EU Liaison Officer of the Baltic and International Maritime Council (BIMCO)
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