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Recommended Resources

 

1. Air Cargo Claims
by Rex C. Tester

The structure of air cargo claims is highly complex. Claimants may often have difficulty in establishing against whom they should make their claim. With the emphasis on practicality, this text is aimed at the entire air cargo industry from airlines and their insurers to freight forwarders, and importers and exporters. It illustrates the demarcation of responsibilities and liabilities of the various key players in the aviation market, and the contractual responsibilities and the liability implications between the various parties.

Resource type: Book

2. Carriage of Goods by Sea
by Stephen Girvin

Arranged thematically and covering the entire breadth of the law of carriage of goods by sea, including bills of lading and charter parties, limitation, admiralty claims, and maritime arbitration, Carriage of Goods by Sea discusses the underlying principles of contract, agency, tort, and
bailment as well as the business of carriage, and shippers’ and carriers’ obligations, rights and immunities.

Resource type: Book

 

3. Charterers’ Liability Insurance: Essential Best Practice
by Heinz Gohlish

This book is above all a practical guide for ship operators which brings together the various facets of marine insurance exclusively as it affects ship charterers, ranging in chartering activities from those who become fully immersed in the operation of chartered ships to those who may only book space in a ship, and in such a way that it should become an indispensable tool for chartering practitioners.

Resource type: Book

 

4. Construction Contract Claims
by Reg Thomas and Mark Wright

This book confronts many of the major problems which can arise in claims situations. It employs a systematic approach and is supported by extensive reference to UK and international case law. The negotiation and settlement of claims is an essential – but often overlooked – element of the construction industry, and this troubleshooting guide can help construction professionals, students and contractors to protect themselves against costly claims.

Resource type: Book

5. Construction Insurance: Practice, Law, Claims and Risk Management
by John D Wright

This book examines the various forms of construction contract and the different types of insurance available.

Resource type: Book

6. Construction Claims, 3rd ed.
by Philip Davenport, Helen Durham

This book is valuable plain English guide for everyone in the construction industry, commercial or residential, lawyers, consultants, adjudicators, and students.

Resource type: Book

7. Deposit Insurance Schemes: Funding, Policy and Operational Challenges
by Djurdjica Ognjenovic

This book provides a comprehensive overview of funding arrangements for explicit deposit insurance schemes. Responding to international guidelines and best practice, it discusses policy decisions and operational challenges which deposit insurers face in the financial management of ex-ante deposit insurance funds. Numerous examples are provided, and solutions offered on sources and uses of funds, focusing on target and optimal funding.

Resource type: Book


8. Issues in Medical Law and Ethics
by Derek Morgan

This book picks up some of the most important of those developments and reflects on the legal and social consequences of this metamorphosis over the past ten years, and will be of interest to students of law, sociology and ethics who want a considered and critical introduction to, and reflection on, key issues in these pivotal moments of human life.

Resource type: Book