The primary aim of the volume is to provide insights on some of the issues currently most debated in the field of Maritime and Transport law, also in light of both national and international regulatory interventions in recent years, and of more and more rapid advances in science and technology. Firstly, a special focus is dedicated to the topic of maritime insurance, which has seen an incisive evolutionary process, especially in some of its aspects, deepening, among others, problems of coordination between disciplines, modification proposals and various forms of insurance policies. The fact that the latter are continuously influenced by both national and international regulations, which provide specific norms for a wide number of aspects related to carriers’ liability, makes the entire legal system so complex that a good legal knowledge of the matter is essential for both the operators and the practitioners. In addition, the volume, collecting scientific articles of academics from different geographical areas and legal backgrounds, offers an update on the legislation and on some of the main problematics concerning unmanned vehicles (taking into account also the cyber-risk assessment), as well as Incoterms, civil liability for marine pollution, maritime liens, mooring contract and illegal fishing. Special thanks are addressed to Professor Stefano Zunarelli and Prof. Rhidian Thomas, who, with their profound knowledge of the subjects and their support, stimulate young scholars to participate with enthusiasm in the daily challenges that research in our field poses.
|Titolo:||Maritime and Transport Law towards Open Horizons|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2019|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||7.1 Curatela|