The most recent addition in the list of publications of IISTL members is the book entitled “Air Cargo Insurance” by Associate Professor George Leloudas and Professor Malcolm Clarke.
This exciting new book is the only one on the market that deals exclusively with air cargo insurance, and will therefore, be a vital addition to the collection of any practitioner, professional or academic working in the field. The book analyses the model policies and standard terms and conditions of air cargo insurance used in the London markets. The authors also provide readers with an invaluable perspective on cases in other jurisdictions, and the book discusses freight forwarders’ relations with airlines and addresses the possibility of recovery from third parties.
A new book for a new year!
This monograph on transnational human rights litigation against multi-national corporations in the US and the UK has now been published by Edward Elgar Ltd. For further details go to:
1. Corporations and International Law
2. Suing in the US (1). Jurisdiction
3. Suing in the US (2). The Alien Tort
Statute 1789 and Statutory Causes of Action
4. The ‘Law of Nations’ as a Cause of Action in the US
5. Tort Caims Against MNCs in the US
6. Tort Claims Against TNCs in the UK
7. Customary International Law as a Cause of Action Outside the US
8. Voluntary Codes and the UN Guiding Principles
304 pp Hardback 978 0 85793 475 8
Dec 2015 £80.00 (UK/RoW) • Feb 2016 $125.00 (N/S America)
Elgaronline 978 0 85793 476 5
Corporations, Globalisation and the Law series
It has just been announced that Professor Soyer’s recent book “Marine Insurance Fraud” has won the 2015 BILA Book Prize. This prize, for the best book on insurance law, is awarded annually by the British Insurance Law Association Charitable Trust, a body existing to promote research on the interrelationship between law and insurance.
BILA 2015 Prize for Professor Barış Soyer’s book “Marine Insurance Fraud”
The announcement was made at BILA’s Annual General Meeting on 16 October 2015. Alison Green, Chair of the BILA Charitable Trustees, congratulated Professor Soyer, not only for having written a highly relevant, interesting and accessible book, but also for being the only author to win the Prize twice (having first won the Prize in 2002 for his first monograph on warranties in marine insurance).
His most recent prizewinning monograph, published last year, gives a comprehensive and coherent legal analysis of the impact of fraud on the position of various parties to a marine insurance contract. At the time of publication it was seen as a winner. In the foreword, Sir Bernard Rix (formerly a Lord Justice of Appeal) stated: “Professor Soyer has written a book on an important and fascinating theme which not only states the law in a clear and concise way, but also analyses it critically, insightfully and helpfully. I am confident that it will be used profitably by a wide range of readers.”
Professor Barış Soyer is the Director of the Institute of International Shipping and Trade Law, a research institute based in the College of Law at Swansea University. He has taught marine insurance and other aspects of commercial law at Swansea for some 15 years.