NEW IISTL Book is now out!

We are delighted that the book that emerged from our 2022 Colloquium “Damages, Recoveries and Remedies in Shipping Law! is now out (November 2023)! Edited by Professors Soyer and Tettenborn the book is published by Informa Law (you can get 20 % discount with the code attached).

Part 1


Chapter 1
Limitations to and Deductions from Contractual Damages
By Jonathan Webb, Florian Schacker, George Lawrence

Chapter 2
The Reflective Loss Doctrine and Shipping Law Can We Write It Off Yet?
Andrew Tettenborn

Chapter 3
Mitigation – Is It Relevant When Assessing Damages for Breach of Charterparty?
Simon Croall KC

Chapter 4
Prospects of Recovering Damages for Delay in Shipping Cases
Andrew Preston

Chapter 5
Limits on a Shipowner’s Right to Refuse Early Redelivery of a Time-Chartered Vessel
Ceren Cerit Dindar

Chapter 6
Ship Seller’s Potential Duty of Care in Respect of Buyer’s Dismantling of Vessel
Grace Asemota

Chapter 7
Judgments in Bitcoin?
Josephine Davies

Part II
Emerging Liability Regimes and Damages

Chapter 8
Remedies for Smart Legal Contracts- Rectification and Rescission Reconsidered
Adam Sanitt

Chapter 9
The Internet of Things in the Commercial Insurance Context – A Case for Regulation, or for Commercial Shrewdness and Judicial Creativity?
Barış Soyer

Chapter 10
Digital Banking and Liability Issues
Andrea M.

Chapter 11
Control Centres in the Context of Unmanned Ship Operations – Their Status and Potential Liabilities*
Prof Bülent Sȍzer

Chapter 12
Shipping Operators’ Obligations and Liabilities Under the International and EU Emission Reduction Strategy
Lia Athanassiou

Chapter 13
Damages for Late Payment of Insurance Claims
Peter MacDonald Eggers

Part III
Other Remedies and Third Parties

Chapter 14
Specific Remedies in Shipping – Specific Performance, Specific Enforcement and the Interaction of “Negotiating Damages”
Chris Kidd, Ben Moon, Waled Salih, Jack Maxted

Chapter 15
The Rebirth of the European “Anti-Suit Injunction” Issue Post-Brexit
Dr Aygun Mammadzada

Chapter 16
Punitive Damages in Maritime Cases – A View From Across the Pond
Michael Sturley

Chapter 17
Limitation of Liability – New Trends
Frank Stevens

Chapter 18
Am I My Brother’s Keeper? Liability in Tort for the Acts of Third Parties
Simon Baughen

Chapter 19
Third Party Loss in Carriage of Goods by Sea
Melis Özdel

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IISTL exists as a specialist research and professional training centre within the School of Law at Swansea University, promoting research and teaching of the highest standard in international shipping and trade law, fostering co-operation with other academic institutions and professional, commercial, shipping, insurance and business organisations. Over the last decade, the IISTL has gained a world-wide reputation for its contribution to research, policy making, professional training and teaching in the areas of shipping and trade law.

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